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I’m very worried about Pulp Science: It’s become a habit of making an assumption, waiting for it to solidify into “fact” and then piling more assumptions onto it to make new theories. It’s an appalling obsession with consistency, a deviation from the simple truths and a hub for wise-cracking. More’s the pity, it seems as if the logic and conclusion of even the best of theories form a somewhat infinite loop in consistency- one in which the test of truth is thwarted. In this light of reasoning, I’m sure that if we are to discover archeological evidence for the homosapien which predates say the ancestor of all apes, the conclusion would be that the homosapien evidence discovered must have been from a time traveler who died in that timeline.