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 that humans arrived in North America at least 15,000 years earlier than thought. The discovery, which includes hundreds of ancient stone tools, is backed up by a fresh statistical analysis that incorporates data from other sites. But the conclusion has stirred controversy among some researchers. “When I see claim... READ MORE
July 23, 2020
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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