Footprints in New Mexico Date Back 23,000 Years

cant' be.... cause it goes against all the 'known' information about human existence.

People are going to have to rethink some of the Darwin theories and start looking at the evidence.
 
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Paleo

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Mankind has been on this continent a lot longer than that. Not Indians either. Caucasion.
There's Australian aborigine DNA in some South American Indians. No telling when they got here but they were in Australia 60000 BP and they didn't have a land bridge to walk there.
 

Son

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Archaeologist and anthropologist will continue to discuss the topics of Early Americans forever. It gives them reason to publish and climb the ladder of success. What's interesting to me is. As far back as the 1970's, Some anthropologist claimed that the Eastern American Indians DNA is NA and Viking. My DNA shows NA and Viking, Dark Caucasian and Irish. Researched Cherokee DNA and it's said, there is no pure NA DNA for the Cherokee. My lineage goes back to the Murphy's and Reeds in the Cherokee Henderson rolls.
 
I believe that it is obvious that North and South America were visited or even settled by other cultures in times that far predate what the "official" timeframe has always been.

Humans 23,000 years ago were essentially us, without our modern conveniences. That's a blip on the evolutionary timescale. It's a mistake to think that those people were idiots with no means to travel long distances across land and sea.
 

NCHillbilly

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I think people of all kinds have been visiting and living here for a long, long time. Tell me that people who built the Pyramids or Stonehenge couldn't build a boat.
 
I think people of all kinds have been visiting and living here for a long, long time. Tell me that people who built the Pyramids or Stonehenge couldn't build a boat.
The pyramids got got janky and touristy, so the social influencers of the time came to what became the Americas.
 
23,000 years ago way predates the pyramids but the point is well taken. I am more looking at the clovis style points that have also been found in France.
 

NCHillbilly

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23,000 years ago way predates the pyramids but the point is well taken. I am more looking at the clovis style points that have also been found in France.
No Clovis points per se in France, but the Solutreans were the only other people at that time using the same lithic technology that could be applied to making fluted points. I think the Solutrean theory is pretty sound. Scott Silsby showed me a classic Solutrean laurel leaf point dredged up in a net off the coast of Virginia that was made from Pennsylvania rhyolite.
 

Nicodemus

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I stand corrected I should have said similar to clovis points

You`re close. The way the Solutreans in Neolithic Europe and the Clovis People in the New World prepared and worked their core stones and nodules was too similar to be a coincidence. Especially since an ocean was between them.

This is some real interesting stuff, and new findings are showing up here and yonder.
 

NCHillbilly

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You`re close. The way the Solutreans in Neolithic Europe and the Clovis People in the New World prepared and worked their core stones and nodules was too similar to be a coincidence. Especially since an ocean was between them.

This is some real interesting stuff, and new findings are showing up here and yonder.
The "pound of butter" cores were interesting.
 

Lukikus2

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The French right of passage port was Louisiana. They brought with them their own disease that was spread to other ethics's as they were allowed free passage to other states.
 

Nicodemus

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The French right of passage port was Louisiana. They brought with them their own disease that was spread to other ethics's as they were allowed free passage to other states.

The "French" I`m referring to came here over 30,000 years ago.
 
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