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This is about sociology, not biology.
freediverx wrote: »
This is about sociology, not biology.
You clearly didn't read the article...
schlack wrote: »
seems odd. i get that the gov shouldn't be posting the conf flag officially. but a business regulating? why should they care? will they ban nazi flags from video games? will the ban turkish flags as well (armenian genocide?). american flags (iraq)?
Not a word of this is true, so you really ought to be the one doing research.
Originally Posted by NolaMacGuy
Indigenous peoples of the Americas
According to the prevailing New World migration model, migrations of humans from Eurasia (in particular North Asia) to the Americas took place via Beringia, a land bridge which connected the two continents across what is now the Bering Strait. The majority of experts agree that the earliest migration via Beringia took place at least 13,500 years ago, with disputed evidence that people had migrated into the Americas much earlier, up to 40,000 years ago. These early Paleo-Indians spread throughout the Americas, diversifying into many hundreds of culturally distinct nations and tribes.
The loss of lives was exacerbated by conflict between colonists and indigenous people. Colonists frequently perpetrated massacres on the indigenous groups and enslaved them. According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census (1894), the North American Indian Wars of the 19th century cost the lives of about 19,000 whites and 30,000 Native Americans.
The majority of experts agree that the earliest migration via Beringia took place at least 13,500 years ago
Solutreans came over from Europe first.
Diseases were brought over by animals before secondary European contact.
"The Solutrean hypothesis, first proposed in 1998, is a hypothesis about the settlement of the Americas that claims Europeans may have been among the earliest settlers of the Americas. This is in contrast with accepted theories that the North American continent was first populated by people from Asia, either by the Bering land bridge (i.e. Beringia) around 16,500–13,000 years ago, by maritime travel along the Pacific coast or by both."
"The Solutrean hypothesis has generally not been well received or enjoyed wide acceptance. Many archaeologists have criticized the proposed similarities as insignificant and just as likely to be due to chance as to shared origins. As David Meltzer put it in 2009, "Few if any archaeologists—or, for that matter, geneticists, linguists, or physical anthropologists—take seriously the idea of a Solutrean colonization of America." Recent DNA studies serve to weaken the case that Haplogroup X2A migrated to the Americas by way of the Atlantic."
"Emphasizing the “European connections” to the ancient Native American genome seems at first glance to be a particularly bizarre approach, because the genome showed absolutely nothing new in this context. So why do some reporters choose to report it this way?"
What else do you have up your sleeve? Some biblical quotations to disprove evolution?
This is in contrast with accepted theories
Gee, how about that. Almost as though that’s the entire idea.
"Few if any archaeologists—or, for that matter, geneticists, linguists, or physical anthropologists—take seriously the idea of a Solutrean colonization of America."
I dunno; I’m liking the data I’ve seen. Who’s to say they didn’t fail in the same way the Vikings did?
there is a long and unsavory tradition in the United States–going back to the very earliest days of European colonization–of attempts to insert Europeans into Native American history."
That’s nothing to do with what I’m saying. Of course people crossed from Beringa; people ALSO crossed from the Atlantic.
And you’re revealed for what you’re actually doing. Thanks.
It’s on wikipedia so it has to be true...
‘cause they can’t put it on the internet it if’s not true.
Besides, here is the proof.