Tuesday, March 18, 2008

New Information Points to American Colonization in Steps

New information is leading scientists to believe the first main wave of migration to the Americas started 22,000 years ago but got stuck in Alaska. It took another 7,000 years for climate change to allow the colonization to continue south.

Another piece of evidence genetically links all Amero-Indians to six women who lived between 18,00 and 21,000 years ago.

The evidence further damages the Clovis First Theory of nothing before 12,000 years ago then massive population. What is missing from the studies is the step-colonization of 22,000 years ago the only wave before Europeans came. Many of the oldest Indian sights are along the Pacific coast in Central and South America. Interior artifacts of equal age are strangely missing.

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