With the advent of the internets, once you've stated something it's very hard to take it back. I think, therefore, that folks should be VERY careful about what they get all emphatic about. For instance, Prof. Cordain has stated that there is a lot of stuff he would have written differently in his original book, or was forced to say to get published. It's perfectly sensible for folks to say that a lot of this paleo stuff hasn't really been proven yet ... there really isn't the funding out there now to do the type of research you'd need to start saying more definitively that what we hypothesize holds up under rigorous testing. That being said, Medhi is really painting himself into a corner with his objection to paleo so vehemently and doesn't help that he doesn't really make a case but rather just posts links to some really juvenile websites which don't really offer any sort of intelligent rebuttal.
Originally Posted by shiggles
Apathy is tyranny's greatest ally.