> --- In cybalist@..., David Russell Watson wrote:Do they? Tell me, just how many linguists do you
> > Just for openers:
> > How do you explain ...
> That is the job for the linguist. They need to reconstruct a
> language so that both RUKI and non-RUKI languages will branch
> out from it.
> Just liket that graded ablaut stuff, the actual 5 vowels are notI see that you're just as confused about it all as
> observed in any langauge.
> I know enough about linguistics to know that the centum/satum
> distiniction is not air tight. Pro Bangani an ancient language
> of India is centum inspite of the IEL establishment efforts to
> shoot it down. Tocharian is a centum langauge also.
> > --- In IndianCivilization@yahoogroups.com, "mkelkar2003"Thomas Burrow was a comparative linguist.
> > <smykelkar@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > We both find philology and comparative (historical)
> > > lingusistics disgusting.
> > ( IndianCivilization/message/53399 )
> That is correct. I am basing my tree on the comment from the
> famous Sanskritist Thomas Burrow (1955)
> I think what Burrow (1955) writing without the help ofWhich shows that you need to read more than just
> archaeological and genetic research meant was the so
> called "European" langauges should be split in the middle
> with Italic/Celtic/Germanic on one side and the others
> combined with Asian langauges. That is what proto-Vedic
> Thanks for your interest.I see now that I should have shown none, and this