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November 13, 2019, 2:41 am UTC    
November 08, 2018 10:47AM
I'm going to do a short book review on a book review [www.tandfonline.com] for those who can't afford to read behind pay walls.

Unfortunately my copy says "Do not post" on it, but I can post referenced quotes from it that are direct quotes from the journal Nature.

From 1st page: "Contemporary Native Americans are effectively direct descendants of the people who made and used Clovis tools and buried this child" (Rasmussen et al. 2014)."

As it turns out, a number of people, including Mr. Waters et al. knew by the time of the Sante Fe conference in 2013 (the Paleoamerican Odyssey) that data from the Nature paper (2014) was going to be published, yet little to no mention was made at the conference for this remarkable new data. IOW, a cover up. Instead of due recognition for DNA advances, archaeologists dwelt on the same tired old out-of-date sites containing stone tool stories about imaginary pre-Clovis people and their ignorance of monkeys that made stone tools.



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Origins of the first Americans: Before and after the Anzick genome

Lee Olsen November 04, 2018 12:03PM

Re: Origins of the first Americans: Before and after the Anzick genome

Lee Olsen November 08, 2018 10:47AM

Re: Origins of the first Americans: Before and after the Anzick genome

Rick Baudé November 08, 2018 01:25PM

Re: Origins of the first Americans: Before and after the Anzick genome

Lee Olsen November 08, 2018 06:40PM



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