If you mean her own media - that was part of her act.
Not that she was the brightest bulb (2.2 GPA was it?), but she was definitely playing dumb as part of her role. The downside to traditionally having smaller voter turnouts is that you need to pander to your base. Which is, of course, among the reasons Lieberman didn't get the position, despite being infinitely more qualified (though, man, what a strange alternative).>>2849857>D. Global myths are produced by worldwide events. This is were Hancock and the post Ice Age sea level rise fit in.
Yeah, but he also states that people used to live in Antarctica, and it suddenly relocated during a polar shift. I mean, I do suspect there's a whole lotta remains of proto civilizations underwater on the coastal shelves, but I rather suspect they would be more primitive, rather than less - and a sudden continental relocation kinda leaves a paper trail.
Discarding that bit of it, I'd say all of the above to one degree or another except C. Not that the Sea Peoples weren't influential, but they weren't any more advanced than anyone else, or they wouldn't have gotten their asses handed to them by the Assyrians and Egyptians, among others, and it seems that, if anything, they were quite a bit less advance than the founding civilizations, in addition to showing up relatively late in the game (around the bronze age collapse).
It's amazing how much mileage an offhanded mention by one philosopher can give a single myth.