French archaeologist Francois Bordes interpreted variations in stone tool remains as evidence of different groups of people who existed in the past. American archaeologist Lewis Binford, however, believed these variations reflected different activities. Who was right? Find out in this lecture on the way scientists interpret the archaeological record.
Is it correct to say it like that? I know you can say find out the way scientists interpret the archaeological record, which is perfect English, but find out on something sounds grammatically, kind of, strange. What do you think?