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Re: Re[2]: The Henry Voyage

Questions are much easier to formulate the cogent answers.  Wallace-Murphy
and Bro Bill from two completely different perspectives have answered with a
united chorus that proof absolute is not available.

The questions that have been asked are questions without definitive answers.
While interesting without new information we cannot take the argument

Laurel has pointed out that these and other uncertain tales should be
liberally salted with word like perhaps and maybe.

My part of this fascinating discussion ends with, "Henry, a Prince among
men, maybe, went to North America, perhaps,  accomplished nothing that
changed the course of history.  Henry was maybe killed by his enemies in
Orkney or Englishmen or died in Nova Scotia perhaps".

Without a shadow of any doubt that is a Definitive Maybe

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