I didnt mix it up. I just had another question about information on
Nostratic so I thought I would ask. I am new to the idea but it is similar
to my own theories, so I want ot learn more about it.

--- In Nostratica@yahoogroups.com, "Geraldine Reinhardt"
<waluk@...> wrote:
> 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
> dispersing.
> I like to think of languages as different dialects whereby the speaker
> of a definite "down Maine" accent cannot understand someone
> 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
> www.home.earthlink.net/~waluk
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: madlinguistics
> To: Nostratica@yahoogroups.com
> 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
> have the basic information about nostratic for people new to the
> is there anyone here who has studied much the connections
> the altaic and the amerindian famailes? Im doing so, and the
> of quechua, hopi, and turkish are nearly identical. any info on that
> me know.
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