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November 13, 2019, 1:45 am UTC    
November 18, 2018 08:11AM
Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> I didn't say they said that. I said it. Here's the
> complete quote. "The obvious solution is that the
> Australians got here by a sea route,

That's what I copied and pasted...exactly. And it's so patently false one would have to be winging it on only imagination to actually believe such a thing.
Not counting the fact that the earth is curved, "The obvious solution is that the Australians got here by a sea route, you know the shortest distance between two points is a straight line." so there is no such thing as a "straight line" approach to begin with.

Anyone even remotely familiar with the peer-reviewed literature knows that genetics, archaeology, and tooth studies all agree that the standstill hypothesis is valid, which means no evidence for a sea route, never mind the fact there is no evidence for boats in Australia or the Americas at that time.

Another free paper from the peer-reviewed literature:
[www.unr.edu]
Abstract
C.G. Turner II made dental morphological observations on thousands of Eskimo-Aleuts and American Indians and concluded they were derived from ancestral populations in northeast Asia during the last stages of the Pleistocene. He further distinguished two dental patterns in Asia. In East Asia, populations exhibit Sinodonty, a specialized dentition with intensified trait expressions. Southeast Asians exhibit Sundadonty, a more generalized dentition for crown and root traits. Turner argued all NewWorld groups were derived from Sinodonts. Recent work has led some researchers to conclude there is evidence for the Sundadont pattern in Native American populations, an observation in accord with craniometric research that argues for an early migration of a generalized Asian population, followed by an influx of more specialized northeast Asians. A reanalysis of Turner's dataset fails to reveal evidence for a Sundadont component in the settlement of the Americas, but it does provide support for the Beringian Standstill model proposed by geneticists.

or
[science.sciencemag.org]
or
[www.nytimes.com]



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