Edouard Bastarache Inc. on sat 8 jan 05
have you ever heard of metabachouan?
Impossible, it is the indian name of a small town in
northeastern Quebec. (Hehehehe)
"Ils sont fous ces quebecois"
Lee Love on sun 9 jan 05
Edouard Bastarache Inc. wrote:
> have you ever heard of metabachouan?
> Impossible, it is the indian name of a small town in northeastern
> Quebec. (Hehehehe)
1. Of higher order or level
"a meta-index is an index of indices"
metabachaouan must be a banchawan/bachouan of a higher order?
Did you know that the first North Americans were Jomon
people, the same folks who first settled Japan? ;-) Maybe that
explains some of the linguistic similarities.
The First Americans Were Jomon?
The first people to cross a land bridge from Asia and settle in the
Americas may have been descendants of an ancient group who once lived in
Japan, according to a new study. Researchers examining and measuring
the bone structure of nearly 10,000 ancient human skulls collected from
around the world say the first Americans were most closely related to
the Jomon, a prehistoric people who lived in Japan thousands of years
ago, and to a later group, the Ainu.
Lee in Mashiko, Japan http://mashiko.org
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