Skip to comments.New artifacts suggest civilization in America began earlier than thought
Posted on 03/28/2013 3:31:37 AM PDT by WCH
Dr. Clark Wernecke says 2.6 million artifacts have been discovered at the Gault Site in Central Texas.
"That's just an unheard of quantity," said Wernecke.
What's also surprising, the artifacts suggest people must have arrived somewhere between 15,000 and 20,000 years ago.
Wernecke said, "So, much earlier than we had originally thought."
"Very slow going," added Wernecke. "Every object larger than a dime, we get its exact depth, with a laser...It goes on with a permanent maker on a tag in a little baggie, then all that information goes on the outside of the bag. Everything is done two or three times because we can't afford to lose any information."
The years of dedication to meticulous digging is finally paying off.
(Excerpt) Read more at myfoxaustin.com ...
No one has called the MORMONs on a LOT of stuff...
And they STILL didn’t have the wheel when Columbus got here.
The Nephiites wouldn’t share...
“And they STILL didnt have the wheel when Columbus got here.”
They had no need for it, until Columbus got here.
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