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Studying modern people’s mitochondrial DNA, which is inherited from the mother, suggests all the Native Americans in South America split off from a single Northeast Asian group that migrated over about 15,000 years ago.
Now for the first time, anthropologists have put the same bones to both tests. The verdict: The DNA is right. There was a single ancestor, at least for the part of Argentina they studied. The work, done by a group from the Universidad Nacional de La Plata in Buenos Aires, Argentina, was published in PLoS ONE Friday.
Originally posted by redhead57
I can tell you this has the Mormons in an uproar and coming up with many interesting stories surrounding this. According to their scriptures the people of South America and the NA population of NA are of Hebrew descent. This DNA sort of blows this theory right out of the water. Not hard to believe though, the land masses up in Alaska would have made travel across those waters very doable for those people to have traveled from one continent to another.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
check out my thread i just made detailing my research that shows the African , Indian, Japanese, etc origins of Native Americans
I will link your thread in mine as well for people to see the connections.
Ancient America was the worlds first melting pot of people from all over the world, including Europe and the Middle East