Skip to comments.Stunning Cave Discovery Just Changed The Timeline of Human Presence in North America
Posted on 07/23/2020 2:46:21 PM PDT by Candor7
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Long been proof, it’s just that the lamestream archaeologist, etc., etc. are stuck on stupid and sticking to their preferred lamestream academic BS.
I guess the key to achieving “indigenous” status is to drive out or slaughter all those that came before you, and then to erase the record of their existence. In pre-literate societies, that last step is unnecessary.
i LOVE seeing the ‘Clovis first’ defenders getting their final death blow... having run up against these dinosaurs in years passed, it’s great to see an end to their charade.
Here is another article about the pre - clovis cave in Mexico. it has photos of the tools involved.
Well there go those reparations.
The glaciers and their aftermath washed away relics from early America. People have been her a long, long time.
I go out to caves and bury shoehorns and those little drink umbrellas.
Lets see those archeologists explain those.
More proof that Atlantis may have been in North America and that it was wiped out by comet impacts 12,900 years ago during the Younger Dryas.
Add 15K more years, and they still couldn’t develop a rifle. A sailing ship. Or anything useful that compares to inventions and discoveries that blossomed from Christian minds.
It seems as iif there is a Divine creator who gives wisdom to people who assemble their minds to worship Him.
Once a professional academic has published anything, which they must do if they’re to get tenure (what the Chinese call an “Iron Rice Bowl”), they will defend that ground like an angry wolverine. It’s what creates a 20 to 50 year lag in Archaeology catching up to the latest finds and data. The “experts in their field” literally have to die off. Egyptology is probably the best example. And of course, the affliction is rampant in nearly every branch of science.
'The Stone Age lasted roughly 3.4 million years, from 30,000 BC to about 3,000 BC, and ended with the advent of metalworking.
The above GOOGLE answer applies to Europe. It doesn't apply to North America because the stone age in North America ended in 1492. Until then it was all stone aged material. The southern indigenous people (and some North American indigenous people) worked with gold and copper... Pure metals that can be heated and melted into forms, but other than that, no metallurgy existed.
So how do you determine the age of a stone aged tool in North America? My assertion is that you cannot determine the age of stone aged materials in North and South America.
Am I wrong?
Lost me right there....
They found the home videos of Fred and Barney but are keeping them under wraps... : )
Neither sails nor firearms were invented by Christians.
They lasted 20,000 years. The US may collapse before 500 years.
The difference? There were no communists 20,000 years ago. And no public schools to indoctrinate kiddos into the wonders of the totalitarian state.
“So if humans were here DURING the Last Glacial Maximum, that’s because they had already arrived BEFORE it,” Ardelean noted in an email.
One might wonder if perhaps man’s history goes far, far back. Maybe we were even technologically advanced tens of thousands of years ago. I read awhile back that a glacial period would basically grind up and extinguish any evidence of an earlier technological period. Perhaps every 40,000 years or so, as an ice age descends, mankind is reduced back to stone-age living.
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