Ms. Lieberman is right about this: Modern science far surpasses anything Christopher Columbus could have dreamt up. Moreover, there are lines of evidence which suggest the effects of Hannibal’s invasion of Italy not only lead to the development of Hannibal’s Hannibal’s name, but were later applied to the city he burned. I can also verify that there is a puzzle which either Christopher Columbus would have had to solve, or a very large part of him would have solved; namely that the native Americans in the southern part of North America are considered to be Europeans not Americans. To research the subject I went to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and to the center of anthropological research and to the University of Basel. The facts are recorded in your article.
The troubles with our search is that it is based on the singular U.S. of A. I would suggest another place for studies. In this country all the citizens claim to be American, and are thus considered American.
Mario Rabinowitz, New York
The Post’s informative travel piece by Peter Gethers suggests another instance where the good Lord may have spared Christopher Columbus: to find out if he could survive an experiment in which explorers shot lightning into a mountain. The Post story wonders if this might prove that the origins of the happy Roman Christians of the New Testament might have come from Christian inhabitants of an African mountain. — Telegraph, London