Breaking News: US Geological Survey dates human footprints in New Mexico to between 23,000 and 21,000 BC!

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Locale was swamps or wetlands during that period.

At the same time that I was last in Mexico . . . the summer of 2000 . . . a Scottish geologist-archaeologist dated footprints in wet volcanic ashes near Mexico City to the same time period. Her interpretation was supported by Mexican archaeologists, but she was so bitterly attacked by academicians in the United States that she dropped out of the public’s view.

Earlier, in the previous decade, a team of archaeologists from the United States found what they interpreted as a small village site on the shores of Lake Chalco in Metro Mexico City. The skeletons were proto-Polynesians. When they announced radiocarbon dates from 18,000 to 25,000 BC, there were bitter attacks from other academicians in the USA. These dissenters evidently had political influence in Mexico. Suddenly, the President of Mexico ordered the archaeological permit for this site revoked. It was quickly bulldozed and converted into a recreation center and public park.

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  1. Howdy, Good points.

    On Wed, Apr 6, 2022 at 5:52 AM The Americas Revealed wrote:

    > alekmountain posted: ” The Americas Connected Series Locale was swamps or > wetlands during that period. At the same time that I was last in Mexico . . > . the summer of 2000 . . . a Scottish geologist-archaeologist dated > footprints in wet volcanic ashes near Mexico City to ” >

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  2. Scientists are human. One makes a grand announcement, five more deny or even mock. Old-Father help us when something is discovered in the Americas before europeans were here. Cotton was developed over 4,500 years ago in the Americas. Cotton was grown in Mojen-daro 4,000 years ago. oops, can’t have that! Now there are claims Bronze Age peoples in that area of Pakistan were really raising cotton in 4,000 BC. Prior to attending Penn State family who were students warned me, keep quiet about anything redskin. That the suck-ups are worse than the nazis there. BTW, yes, I do mean nazism. Penn U followed Manchester U (UK) into nazism in the 30s. niio

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