Human Settlement of the Americas Pushed Back to 38,900 – 36,250 cal BP.

bill barilko

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Much too long and an odd format to C&P if you have any interest check it out it'll take a while

 

Ron in Regina

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A team of international researchers has found that modern-day humans entered North America as part of a single migration wave no earlier than 23,000 years ago.
Whoops….dealing with absolute deadline dates….oh well….

A team of international researchers has found that modern-day humans entered North America as part of a single migration wave no earlier than 23,000 years ago and likely around 15,000 years ago, but they split into two separate branches 13,000 years ago, according to the team that includes two archaeologists from Texas A&M University.

The rest of the authoritative fiction at the above link.
 
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When will we Irish get on the why me train ? I want the truth of the railroad deaths , where are they buried ? Where is my money ?
 
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When will we Irish get on the why me train ? I want the truth of the railroad deaths , where are they buried ? Where is my money ?
Your cheque is at the Post Office right next to the Ukrainian interment/slave camp in Banff.