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Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby silverpop » Fri Mar 25, 2011 12:12 am

Humans camped by the shores of a small creek in Texas possibly even before the Clovis society, classically regarded as the first human inhabitants of the Americas, settled in the West.

The site, located in central Texas on the bank of Buttermilk Creek, has produced almost 16,000 artifacts, including stone chips and blade-like objects, in soil dating up to 15,500 years old, more than 2,000 years before the first evidence of Clovis culture. Many of the items are flakes from cutting or sharpening of tools, but the research team also found about 50 tools, including several cutting surfaces — including spear points and knives


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Re: Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby 23hourfruitcake » Fri Mar 25, 2011 12:53 pm

That explains the Bush family then :rofl2:
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Re: Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby silverpop » Fri Mar 25, 2011 2:25 pm

interesting
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Re: Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby sledge » Tue Mar 29, 2011 6:26 pm

23hourfruitcake wrote:That explains the Bush family then :rofl2:


That's funny! :rofl2:

Would you believe that The Bush Family is related to ancient texans? :WTF:

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Re: Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby silverpop » Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:49 pm

ok let's get back on track here people, enough with the political junk

i find this very interesting as i have found a few arrowheads and other flint pieces on creek beds i had always thought local tribes made them but some pieces seemed out of place there
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Re: Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby sledge » Thu Mar 31, 2011 6:23 am

silverpop wrote:ok let's get back on track here people, enough with the political junk

i find this very interesting as i have found a few arrowheads and other flint pieces on creek beds i had always thought local tribes made them but some pieces seemed out of place there


Yep sorry for the humor off-topic

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Postby silverpop » Thu Mar 31, 2011 12:22 pm

coins? :scratch:
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Re: Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby sledge » Mon Apr 11, 2011 7:36 pm

silverpop wrote:coins? :scratch:


err artifacts? I forgot the topic :lol:
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Re: Prehistoric Texans May Have Been First Humans in U.S.

Postby Quicksilver » Wed Jan 11, 2012 4:29 am

It is most probable the first humans to make landfall on the US came by way of France along the icepack and down the east coast of Canada to the east coast of the USA, then down to central America and South America. They were Solutrians and the Clovis point is just a larger version of their arrow and small spear points. Numerous waves started probably over 25K years ago, and they were not always friendly with each other. Many explored inland. Solutrians also crossed over to Asia and the Pacific and came around the ice that way beginning circa 16+K years ago, down that coast all the way to the tip of South America. The last groups came when the land route opened 12K years ago.
It is also probable that Southeast Asian aboriginals came by way of the sea, island hopping and searching, to South America as long as 50K years ago, and were killed off in race wars by the Solutrians. A white group came across all the way to WA but were wiped out in more race wars by the Middle/Northeast Asian Solutrian group, 9K+ yrs. ago. Then 999 to 1002AD the Vikings settled Newfoundland and joined with the Chippewas to survive. Others came to the eastern seaboard from Ireland, Wales, and later northwestern Spain, short term stays.
The original Solutrians came up out of the Caucasus/middle East ~40K years ago. The first group to split off went further north then west 35K years ago and would become whites. The rest settled below the glaciers in France and Spain, Eventually with successive waves migrating both across the North Atlantic and later across middle and northern Asia and across the North Pacific(with different arrow point design), and later land bridge, split into 4 more genotypes. Now all mixed, and often fighting over the vast stretch of time. The only tribe with the discernible white genotype markers is the Chippewa. None checked so far in South America have any discernible Southeast Asian aboriginal genetic markers, but a great deal have not been checked. The Chinese probably landed in South America, but without any settlements, circa 400AD or before.
The reality of the human settlement of the Americas is interesting, and they were not actually native to the western hemisphere. It gets me how some mixed breeds call themselves "native Americans", when there really were none. The closest in genotype markers to the American Indians are white people. The white(1st Solutrian break-off) genotype has history in the Americas to over 9K years ago, former west middle European groups to 25K years ago(2nd & 3rd genotype Solutrian), middle/north east Asian genotypes (from Solutrians 3rd & 4th genotypes) to 16K+ years ago, and non-Solutrian SE Asians from 50K years ago (S. Am. only).
Meanwhile back in Europe the remaining Solutrians wiped out the Neanderthals, then died off from diseases brought from a few African explorers. The whites up north came back south, resisting the diseases, eventually giving rise to Greek civilization, while northern African tribes became the Egyptian civilization, in the Middle East, more civilizations, and eventually the Chinese civilization in East Asia.
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