You must have me mixed up with someone else.  Or else you're
a machine.
This is what I sent you:
Nostratic has been a topic under discussion for a long time and
presently is an active topic on many discussion groups.

Your point about people who evolved in different places speaking
a different language is as plausible as the antithesis which amounts
to people evolving in one specific area (say OoA) and then

I like to think of languages as different dialects whereby the speaker
of a definite "down Maine" accent cannot understand someone speaking
Creole from New Orleans.  Both languages are considered to be
indigenous to America yet both New Orleans and Maine were settled
by immigrants who came from the continent.

Hope this helps.

Gerry Reinhart-Waller

----- Original Message -----
From: madlinguistics
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2003 6:36 PM
Subject: [Nostratica] basic info on nostratic

your link doesn't work.   is there any other sites or links you have that
have the basic information about nostratic for people new to the study? 
is there anyone here who has studied much the connections between
the altaic and the amerindian famailes?  Im doing so, and the grammar
of quechua, hopi, and turkish are nearly identical.  any info on that let
me know.

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