John Kelly's Washington, Washington Post (Nov 6, 2006)
From the article:
"You probably think that archaeology is all about artifacts, all about obsidian spear points, crystal skulls and gold idols."Give me a break. Crystal skulls?
Is there anyone grounded in reality that immediately equates the science of archaeology with crystal skulls?
Okay, not a big deal and I think the author of the article was trying to appeal to the casual reader that is more interested in Unexplained Mysteries than real science. But the gratuitous inclusion of the skull reference seems like more examples of the woo-woo version of science that helps keep people stupid.