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Thor Heyerdahl is probably the best-known proponant of the idea of human travel and cultural exchange across the oceans in ancient times. The work of Heyerdahl first came to worldwide attention in 1947 with his Kon-Tiki expedition. This serious and successful experiment with a replicated ancient South American balsa raft demonstrated the practical feasibility of pre-Columbian contacts across the Pacific to Polynesia.1 In 1970, Heyerdahl built a replica of an ancient reed ship and with an international crew of six, managed to easily cross the Atlantic Ocean from the coast of North Africa to the New World. Following the winds and currents, this journey from the port of Safi in Morocco to Barbados took less than two months.
I think further discussion on this thread would be beating a dead horse. The search bar is your friend, use it!!!
Originally posted by last time here
actually young man, look up the "olmecs".
they were "african" and indeed introduced many cultural influences
to the aboriginal inhabitants.
Black individuals have wider nasal openings and subnasal grooves. American Indians and Asians have forward-projecting cheekbones and specialized dental features.
it's no great mystery. unfortunately,
in many instances, history has been "cleansed" of many truths but
the information is there.