posted on 01/27/2013 9:09:02 PM PST
first. nice summary and pics.
posted on 01/27/2013 9:10:17 PM PST
posted on 01/27/2013 9:25:16 PM PST
(When gunpowder speaks, beasts listen.)
The point is, the Clovis culture marked the peopling of North America on a scale beyond anything preceding it. It was an “explosion”, and findings of earlier incursions, whatever their merit, do nothing to diminish this fact.
posted on 01/27/2013 9:27:00 PM PST
Thanks for an excellent and thought provoking article.
posted on 01/27/2013 9:40:14 PM PST
( what difference does it make?)
For later read...Sweetwater creek petroglyph.
posted on 01/27/2013 9:50:33 PM PST
(Dave Mustaine for president.)
posted on 01/28/2013 4:40:24 AM PST
The tricky part is that in 20,000 BC, there were no modern "Europeans" -- the Indo-Europeans only came across in 2000 BC to Europe from either Central Asia or the area between the Caspian and Black seas
I don't think there were even the Basque-Georgian peoples there at that point in time.
posted on 01/28/2013 5:28:49 AM PST
The Solutreans, whose territory on the European continent was apparently rather compact, may have been forced by encroaching glaciers and extreme cold to cluster on the Atlantic coast. At some point, Stanford and Bradley say, the stresses of overpopulation may have forced some Solutreans to escape by sea. They headed north and west beneath the Atlantic ice sheet to nudge into North America at the Grand Banks of Newfoundland.
Can I open a casino and sell tax free smokes?
posted on 01/28/2013 12:34:29 PM PST
by Poison Pill
(Take your silver lining and SHOVE IT!)
There are humans in America?
posted on 02/03/2013 10:51:39 AM PST
To: Theoria; a fool in paradise; Slings and Arrows
The question is not when but why? Why would humans want to come to a land ruled not by a president but by a dictator?
posted on 03/01/2013 4:33:45 PM PST
by Revolting cat!
(Bad things are wrong! Ice cream is delicious!)
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