Oh geez! I wish these people would get over themselves already. Why assume that every other continent in the world had people except this one?
Exactly-every archaelogical find shows that people have always been curious enough about what is “over there”, and whether it might be profitable to trade there to slap together a raft/boat, pack up some stuff to trade, hoist a sail, if they had one, pick up some paddles, launch the boat and go check it out.
It wouldn’t make sense to totally exterminate each other, either-the Bible and other accounts of what went on then certainly show that people fought over just about everything, but I’m betting they also loved the profit from trade. And men have always been interested in mating with foreign women, even if the Greeks and Romans were the first to make it a trademark of their macho-conqueror lifestyle-I doubt people were any different before they knew how to write stuff down.
I’m Hispanic-like most, my ancestors were Native American, from what is now Mexico and the southwest, and people who came there some 3 or 4 hundred years ago from Spain. It doesn’t matter whether they were mongoloid, caucasoid, a mix of the two or something else altogether-we are all so mixed up that no one really knows who was here 15-20 thousand years ago or where they came from-they were likely mongrels, too. I’ve been to see those statues the Olmecs in Mexico made way back when-if those are not images of African people, I’ve never seen one-so where did THAT come from if the “Natives” were only from Mongolia? All humans = itchy feet for unknown places, in my opinion...