Not fiscal cliff, doomsday ping.
The History Channel really doesn’t deserve the name anymore. It’s a higher quality version of the SyFy Channel.
The final chemical analysis of the Mayan blue dye compared to Georgia clay was very interesting.
I believe it isn’t unusual to think that the native nations of the Americas traveled a lot more than is commonly assumed.
The Mayans are from Mexico. They migrated to the United States. Nobody asked them to come here.
What else is new.
I have seen the same sort of walls and rock piles in both S Fulton county Ga and central NC. Both locations were miles from any roads and no evidence at all of recent occupation or ag use of the land. Recent as in last 100 years or so.
If a PHD doesn’t get a huge gov’t grant to “discover” these things, they do not exist.
It’s probably the Survivor Panama set.
Doesn’t the Mormon’s (LDS) believe that the South American Indians inhabited the US or what is now the US?
Did they leave a rock saying when the Bulldogs are going to win a National Championship?
Why not? AMericans has established outposts a hell of a lot further away than that.
What do you think they will look like in 700 years.
Any civilization generally spreads out from a center, with evidence of its presence stronger the closer to that center.
This means that one would expect strong evidence of Mayan presence in the Caribbean, Florida and south Georgia, which AFAIK does not exist, not an isolated presence in north Georgia.
It’s not like they had the option of establishing free-standing colonies supported by air, like ours in Afghanistan and Central Asia.
I’ve read similar accounts of Viking presence in Minnesota or Alberta, with no particular explanation of why they would have bypassed other lands between. When the later Euro settlers of history showed up, it took them centuries to reach these areas.