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November 15, 2019, 8:24 pm UTC    
November 08, 2018 11:42AM
Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> And the New World isn't the Old World.

Let's put it this way then, the DNA in the Old World is the same as the DNA in the New World back to ca. 14 or 15 kya., but not before. "Contemporary Native Americans are effectively direct descendants of the people who made and used Clovis tools and buried this child" (Rasmussen et al. 2014)."

> If I can
> find pictures of paleolithic axes at Cal Fire and
> on ebay then how much more must there be out
> there? Valesequillo, Cerutti, have been found
> without too much difficulty.

Cal Fire and ebay are not mentioned in any peer-reviewed papers on the peopling of the Americas. If you have such a reference, please post it. Thank you.

> On top of that
> Clovis was discovered in what 1932? How arrogant
> of anthropology

This isn't 1932 anymore. What anthropologists named in 1932 is not what they are claiming today.

"Contemporary Native Americans are effectively direct descendants of the people who made and used Clovis tools and buried this child" (Rasmussen et al. 2014)." (Note: both DNA specialists and anthropologists signed this paper)

> to think that they've discovered
> the absolute beginning of New World Paleontology
> based on a handful of sites and that there's
> nothing earlier than that.

This article doesn't say that:
[www.researchgate.net]

That "handful" of sites only needs one complete genome to prove all Native Americans today are descended from Clovis people, whether or not they all made the same tools.
[www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]










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