Americas' first people may have arrived thousands of years earlier than we thought
WORLD · CULTURE
July 22, 20205 min read, 965 words

Americas' first people may have arrived thousands of years earlier than we thoughtAmericas' first people may have arrived thousands of years earlier than we thought

Colin Barras
Published: July 22, 2020  |  5 min read, 965 words
Archaeologists say stone artefacts point to occupation more than 30,000 years ago — but not everyone is convinced. Archaeologists excavating a cave in the mountains of central Mexico have unearthed evidence that people occupied the area more than 30,000 years ago — suggesting th...
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July 23, 2020
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Very nice point-counterpoint. Scientific discourse at its very best. Exceedingly well-sourced with simply splendid and expository quotes and commentary. The Author's own informed ruminations flesh things out nicely. The added links are a nice touch and most welcome. For those inclined toward a closer read on the subject matter they are well worth one's time. An informative piece on a fascinating topic. Do have a read. You will not be disappointed. Four stars!
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