- Standing stones are unlikely to mark cemeteries. (They are in fact enormously common in early-to-mid-1st Millennium AD cemeteries in Sweden.)
- Many of the stones in the new cemetery Lind has been spinning his astronomical yarns about hardly protrude above the turf. The reason, he says, is that the ground level in the meadow has somehow risen 80 cm since the stones were put in place, and nearly buried them. (This simply doesn’t happen. Our geology doesn’t work that way.)
Please, bona fide amateur archaeologists of Scania, you can’t let Bob Lind act as an example of your community like this! He’s a complete embarassment.
Thanks to Sven-Åke of Arkeologiforum for the link.