posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 11:59 AM
Originally posted by Pressthebutton
reply to post by something wicked
I agree completely with what you said, and I'm not saying any different. My point is, that new things are constantly popping up in separate parts of
the world that shake the community, because they didn't realize a particular settlement had existed for so long. If it's happening with smaller
regions then my thought is that it's also happening with human timelines as a whole. Logical process right? Thanks for the input!
Shaking is good. It's science after all. Nothing new is boring
(Ah... I remember my college days, when repeating older experiments to just
re-confirming the findings of older scientists)
It's more a correction about the human migration data that was available so far. There isn't anything so amazing about the fact the human come to
Americas in the past because we know they come here. The news is that the migration to Americas is older than previous data/artifacts available
suggested in that area.
The actual data suggest the early human beings had come to Americas as long 30,000-60,000 years ago from 2 different migration fronts... Indonesia ->
south america and from north america via Alaskan coast. And different migration waves