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From: Anders Pålsen <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Pre-Germanic pre-Celtic peoples in Belgium/Netherlands
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 18:56:02 +0200 (CEST)
I suspect so, else we have to imagine a scenario where a bunch of kids managed to survive the sudden death of their parents before they learned to speak or/and understand the language or the population suddenly decided to invent a new language totally indepentedly from their previous language knowledge, none of these seem to me probable. Also what came first, the spoken language or the physical ability to speak?
Ken Nordtvedt <> skrev:
Do all languages have to converge back to a single linquistic Adam or (more likely) Eve? Or did languages get invented independently at different places on Earth as agriculture probably did?
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