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Of gomphotheres, early American Indians, the Lazarus effect and the end of the world
December 17, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

Sometime during 2007, a rancher in the northern Mexican state of Sonora took a visitor to see large bones he had found in an arroyo, or creek bed. The visitor was Guadalupe Sanchez, who works for Mexico’s INAH (Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia). It turns out that the bones were not the only item […]

One if by land, two if by sea
June 25, 2008 · 1 Comment

The ocean blue. photo credit: Matti Mattila When Columbus sailed the ocean blue and finally set foot on the shores of the New World, there were people there to greet him. Roughly 500 years before Columbus, when the Vikings sailed across the North Atlantic and reached what is now Newfoundland, there were people there too. In […]

A major step forward – 40,000 years ago
June 4, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

Ask any scientists what gets people all riled up within their field of expertise and you will get plenty of answers. Outsiders may think that these individuals, who are scientists and are supposed to be logical and even minded about things, have gone bonkers. Yet that is the way things are in many areas of […]



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