The Hypothesis on first americans.

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    The subject matter I plan to Hypothesis is America's stone age.

    There are some truth covering archaeologist who would like us to believe the prehistoric Native Americans refered to as the Paleo-Indians were the frist inhabators of america. In other words, The people from asia.

    What age does the paleo Indian come from?

    The Age of Paleo-Indians? paleo in greek is palaios which means ancient and refers to the upper paleolithic time period.The word paleolithic broken down refers that "paleos" means "old" and "lithos" means "stone." hence, they come from the "old stone age."

    How did the Paleo-Indians reach america?

    Well of course, during the last iceage. Also refered to as the late Pleistocene.
    The Paleo-indians (clovis) made their way across the Bering land bridge which connected eastern Siberia with present-day Alaska when sea levels were significantly lower due to widespread glaciation. Then they made their way southward through a ice free corridor east of the rocky mountains into western canada as the glaciers receded, between about 15,000 to 35,000 years ago.

    What distinctive archaeological proof do we have to Connect the asian Paleo-indians theory to the clovis-americans? The Clovis point, of course. However, This theory fails the test. As my pictures will provide...

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    ^ this is the clovis point found in America. Which dates retrospectively to around 13,500 years ago. Nowhere in Aisa which is where the Paleo-Indians came from
    does this Distictive clovis point exist.

    However, The Clovis point in America matches the Clovis point in southern france in Europe. And the clovis point in France belongs to the Solutrean people who date back to Europe 21,000 to 17,000 years ago. morover, The advancement in Pressure flaking belongs to the Solutrean-style.

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    Solutrean-style pressure flanking clovis points found in Europe, france/spain, are similar. Notice how the American flake scar pattern of clovis and the shape of clovis match up here. That's because the European Solutreans brought their advanced technological method for making clovis points along with them from Euorpe to America before the Paleo-Indians from Asia crossed the Bering land bridge into america.

    How do I know this?

    A recent deeper excavation in the west of america showed the cLovis points were much older than the clovis points excavated eariler in america, Which radiocarbon Dates the different artfacts as 13,000, 15,000, 21,700, 50,000 years old. Which is much earlier than Paleo-Indians from asia. Who's settlements in america are only 11,500 years old.

    The pre-clovis Archaeological digsites:

    Topper in South Carolina.
    Monte Verde in Chile.
    Meadowcroft Rockshelter in southwestern Pennsylvania.
    Cactus Hill in southern Virginia.
    Tlapacoya in central Mexico.
    Walker in Minnesota.
    Big Eddy in southwestern Missouri.


    The Mitochondrial DNA?


    The pre-clovis DNA matched European DNA for haplogroup X.
    This means the Haplogroup x links the pre-clovis to the maternal ancestors in Europe today. Moreover, as I said ealier the clovis points in america didn't even exist in the Paleo-Indians earlier home of asia.

    Approximately 97% of Native American mtDNAs belong to one of four major founding mtDNA lineages, designated A to D (Haplogroup A, Haplogroup B, Haplogroup C, Haplogroup D).

    Unlike haplogroups A-D (Haplogroup A, Haplogroup B, Haplogroup C, Haplogroup D), Haplogroup X is also found at low frequencies in modern European populations.

    There is a consensus haplogroup X motif that characterizes our European and Native American samples.

    Among Native Americans, haplogroup X appears to be essentially restricted to northern Amerindian groups, including the Ojibwa, the Nuu-Chah-Nulth, the Sioux, and the Yakima, although they also observed this haplogroup in the Na-Dene-speaking Navajo.

    European and Native American haplogroup X mtDNAs, although distinct, nevertheless are distantly related to each other.

    Time estimates for the arrival of X in North America are 12,000-36,000 years ago, depending on the number of assumed founders, thus supporting the conclusion that the peoples harboring haplogroup X were among the original founders of Native American populations.

    To date, haplogroup X has not been unambiguously identified in Asia, raising the possibility that some Native American founders were of Caucasian ancestry.


    The question remains, How did the Solutreans get from Europe to america before the Paleo-Indians crossed the Bering land bridge?

    These Ice Age Europeans crossed the North Atlantic along the edge of the pack ice that extended from the Atlantic coast of France to North America during the last glacial maximum. These people made the crossing in small watercraft (canoes), similar to those of the modern "Inuit" people, exploiting relatively plentiful maritime resources.

    FYI - Their canoes were water proofed with seal blubber.
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