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originally posted by: Marduk
lol anything with Foerster as a source should immediately ring alarm bells
originally posted by: FlavianPerhaps a couple of boats were caught in a serious storm system and ended up being blown across the Atlantic? .
originally posted by: SargonThrall
a reply to: ancienthistorian
Brian Foerster is not even a real archaeologist!! He's apparently an undergraduate in biology! He is a fraud who sells "paranormal" tours to gullible tourists! Im not sure how he is taken seriously whatsoever when he fabricates hands and believes that DNA can be used as a dating mechanism! Preposterous!
originally posted by: Area201
This could tie in with the theory of a lost Pacific continent "Mu" which was inhabited by all four races commonly found today. After it's destruction remnants of population fled to Easter Island and along the South American coastline, Peru. I've read somewhere before that they found dna and bones of African-race humans along South American coastline. The Hopi Native American tribe and native Americans, one of the original human races, is another remnant of the Mu inhabitants.
Of course this reply is loaded with all kinds of new theories to argue and prove (an ancient continent in Pacific ocean, planet X, ancient aliens) but I'm just noting that this discovery of skulls with European dna traits may be explained by the lost continent theory. The lost continent theory argues for the earliest human civilization on the planet.
originally posted by: Snarl
I wonder a little bit about this 'news'. These days I wonder about everything and take it all with a grain of salt.
Could it be an attempt to get us closer to believing this 'untouchable' evidence where the development/origins of mankind is concerned?