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The cayuse winds sounds very similar to chaos but is not. =P
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“I remember when we get the dates back and we just kind of sat there going, holy moly, this is old,” said Gauvreau.“What this is doing is just changing our idea of the way in which North America was first peopled.”
What the team found is incredible: Tools for lighting fires, fish hooks and spears, all dating back 14,000 years.
The discovery has led experts to believe a large human migration may have occurred on B.C.’s unfrozen coastline.
What’s more remarkable, according to one B.C. First Nation, is that the scientific discovery appears to corroborate the tribe's oral history.
“It’s very special to not only me, but our entire tribe,” said Heiltsuk Nation’s William Housty.
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[link to vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca]
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Is that a thousand years before the land bridge(13,000). That is a good start. They need to look at the other land bridge-Olmec people too=P
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“I remember when we get the dates back and we just kind of sat there going, holy moly, this is old,” said Gauvreau.“What this is doing is just changing our idea of the way in which North America was first peopled.”
What the team found is incredible: Tools for lighting fires, fish hooks and spears, all dating back 14,000 years.
The discovery has led experts to believe a large human migration may have occurred on B.C.’s unfrozen coastline.
What’s more remarkable, according to one B.C. First Nation, is that the scientific discovery appears to corroborate the tribe's oral history.
“It’s very special to not only me, but our entire tribe,” said Heiltsuk Nation’s William Housty.
 Quoting: science


[link to vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca]
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Is that a thousand years before the land bridge(13,000). That is a good start. They need to look at the other land bridge-Olmec people too=P
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Hihi

I haven't, thanks. I did see this which is really good video

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I recall the pyramidion that some were made of black granite.

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I've heard the pharaohs were women(Stephen Mehler).
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"Now my heart turns this way and that, as I think what the people will say. Those who see my monuments in years to come, and who shall speak of what I have done."
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That reminded of when we went from age of rock into age of fire.
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Where you find HerStory in history you will find great stories of Love.

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I just listened to the Tina Turner song on her, thanks.
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“I remember when we get the dates back and we just kind of sat there going, holy moly, this is old,” said Gauvreau.“What this is doing is just changing our idea of the way in which North America was first peopled.”
What the team found is incredible: Tools for lighting fires, fish hooks and spears, all dating back 14,000 years.
The discovery has led experts to believe a large human migration may have occurred on B.C.’s unfrozen coastline.
What’s more remarkable, according to one B.C. First Nation, is that the scientific discovery appears to corroborate the tribe's oral history.
“It’s very special to not only me, but our entire tribe,” said Heiltsuk Nation’s William Housty.
 Quoting: science


[link to vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca]
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Is that a thousand years before the land bridge(13,000). That is a good start. They need to look at the other land bridge-Olmec people too=P
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[link to www.iflscience.com]
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The most commonly held perspective on the end of the Clovis culture is that a decline in the availability of megafauna, combined with an overall increase in a less mobile population, led to local differentiation of lithic and cultural traditions across the Americas.


One has to ask the question of practicality.
When the environment changes, the way people adapted to the environment changes as well. It was said the valleys became short of game and smaller game as well causing agriculture to become a staple with maize. But have to factor in other cultures and the contacts too.
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I have to take Godzilla name to satisfy gay glp
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It is generally accepted that Clovis people hunted mammoth: sites abound where Clovis points are found mixed in with mammoth remains. Whether they drove the mammoth to extinction via overhunting them - the so-called Pleistocene overkill hypothesis - is still an open, and controversial, question, keeping in mind that Archaeology is purely a theoretical endeavor.

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When does wisdom become trouble making? When the lesson is not understood because of the 4 understandings not known.
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our 4 directions upon experiencing our 5th direction can startle all 4 directions at ones
initially
remembering which way 5th direction goes


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5th direction or black sun is age of fire which anyone understanding the 'templar cross' symbol knows. Where the peaks of the mountains meet at the center. Remembering historians say mountains is same as gates in Babylonian words, lol
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my descriptions of meaning fit my memory of arriving from the dimension I experienced before becoming born into our matter dimension
the structure and function of our universe prompts local variation of motion within matter causing my description of me arriving last century to be understandable to me
what you are showing is the principles of understanding that I talk about are spoken of differently within this locality
In this era the visible signs of 5th direction are not as physically noticeable as 5th direction was on occasions here upon Gaia a long time ago

I didn't notice that to much before today
and I have a headache which is unusual for me
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I have to take Godzilla name to satisfy gay glp
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How alpha of you, lol
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It is generally accepted that Clovis people hunted mammoth: sites abound where Clovis points are found mixed in with mammoth remains. Whether they drove the mammoth to extinction via overhunting them - the so-called Pleistocene overkill hypothesis - is still an open, and controversial, question, keeping in mind that Archaeology is purely a theoretical endeavor.

[link to www.crystalinks.com]
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This is probably similar in theology of mammoth to bison.

[link to rapidcityjournal.com]

When a Lakota person looks up into the night sky and sees Orion, they see not a hunter but a different image – parts of a buffalo: Orion’s three-star belt is Taya mni cankhu, the spine of the bison. The great rectangle of Orion’s most visible stars are part of the bison’s ribs. The Pleiades star cluster in nearby Taurus is the bison’s head. And Sirius in Canis Major, is Taya mni sinte, the buffalo’s tail.
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When does wisdom become trouble making? When the lesson is not understood because of the 4 understandings not known.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


our 4 directions upon experiencing our 5th direction can startle all 4 directions at ones
initially
remembering which way 5th direction goes


 Quoting: aether


5th direction or black sun is age of fire which anyone understanding the 'templar cross' symbol knows. Where the peaks of the mountains meet at the center. Remembering historians say mountains is same as gates in Babylonian words, lol
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my descriptions of meaning fit my memory of arriving from the dimension I experienced before becoming born into our matter dimension
the structure and function of our universe prompts local variation of motion within matter causing my description of me arriving last century to be understandable to me
what you are showing is the principles of understanding that I talk about are spoken of differently within this locality
In this era the visible signs of 5th direction are not as physically noticeable as 5th direction was on occasions here upon Gaia a long time ago

I didn't notice that to much before today
and I have a headache which is unusual for me
 Quoting: aether


I wonder if that arrival is different arrival because of mountain. A mountain would be the answer to the shortened birkland current/turnip rope of the big dipper story of arrivals into material from star world. Born in the aether.

Hope your headache feels better. Maybe walk in the sun and get out of the stone for a while, lol
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Group to Research Mysterious Little People of Alaska

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looking at gaia from space we notice siberia and alaska is the same place/space

The word "shaman" probably originates from the Evenki word "saman", most likely from the southwestern dialect spoken by the Sym Evenki peoples. The Tungusic term was subsequently adopted by Russians interacting with the indigenous peoples in Siberia.
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When Chief Joseph, a renowned Nez Perce leader, surrendered to Europeans in 1877, he gave a special gift to General Nelson Appleton Miles, wrote Vine Deloria, Jr. in his book Red Earth white Lies. The gift received by the general was a pendant that turned out to be an ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablet. According to Benjamin Daniali of AssyriaTimes.com, the tablet was translated by Robert Biggs, professor of Assyriology at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Professor Biggs found that it was a sales receipt for a lamb dating back to 2042 B.C.
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Group to Research Mysterious Little People of Alaska

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looking at gaia from space we notice siberia and alaska is the same place/space

The word "shaman" probably originates from the Evenki word "saman", most likely from the southwestern dialect spoken by the Sym Evenki peoples. The Tungusic term was subsequently adopted by Russians interacting with the indigenous peoples in Siberia.
 Quoting: shaman


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Supposed to wait at least 7 years before talking about the little people, lol


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One hundred and fifty years ago, on March 30, 1867, U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward and Russian envoy Edouard de Stoeckl signed the Treaty of Cession. With a stroke of a pen, Tsar Alexander II had ceded Alaska, his country’s last remaining foothold in North America, to the United States for US$7.2 million.

Today Alaska is one of the richest U.S. states thanks to its abundance of natural resources, such as petroleum, gold and fish, as well as its vast expanse of pristine wilderness and strategic location as a window on Russia and gateway to the Arctic.

So what prompted Russia to withdraw from its American beachhead? And how did it come to possess it in the first place?
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When Chief Joseph, a renowned Nez Perce leader, surrendered to Europeans in 1877, he gave a special gift to General Nelson Appleton Miles, wrote Vine Deloria, Jr. in his book Red Earth white Lies. The gift received by the general was a pendant that turned out to be an ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablet. According to Benjamin Daniali of AssyriaTimes.com, the tablet was translated by Robert Biggs, professor of Assyriology at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Professor Biggs found that it was a sales receipt for a lamb dating back to 2042 B.C.
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Lol, nice. Smith is getting worked up hahahaha
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[link to www.livescience.com]

Newfound Tusk Belonged to One of the Last Surviving Mammoths in Alaska

A prehistoric campfire and a number of archaeological treasures — including a large tusk of a mammoth, and tools fashioned out of stone and ivory — remained hidden for thousands of years in the Alaskan wilderness until researchers discovered them recently.

Researchers found the 55-inch-long (140 centimeters) mammoth tusk, the largest ever found at a prehistoric site in the state, during a 2016 excavation at the Holzman site, located about 70 miles (110 kilometers) southeast of Fairbanks, Alaska. A radiocarbon dating analysis revealed that the tusk was about 14,000 years old, the researchers told Live Science in an email.

"The radiocarbon dates on this mammoth place it as one of the last surviving mammoths on the mainland,"


rockon
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The Mystery of How Black Holes Collide and Merge Is Beginning to Unravel
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The first American invention: How Clovis people made fluted arrow tips

Adding fluting to stone tips is tricky and can easily backfire, creating weaker tips rather than stronger ones if done wrong.
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Several months ago, the archaeologists used an unmanned, robotic vehicle to examine under the waters around the islands. The weir is under 400 feet (122 meters) of water. The researchers say the area under water was dry land at sea level 14,000 years ago, from the islands to what is now the British Columbia mainland. The area has been underwater since after the last Ice Age ended and a warming period began about 11,000 years ago.
The archaeologists saw other formations on the sea floor that they think may have been camps from around the same time.
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government textbooks tell us that nobody in the ancient world had ever crossed the Atlantic before Columbus. But the voyage of the Mayflower only took 60 days. Are we honestly to believe that no one had ever previously taken the 60 day trip in all of human history? The great civilizations of ancient Egypt, Babylon, Sumer, Greece, Rome, and the sea-faring Phoenicians never wondered what was out West past 59 days sailing?
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Entity inspired, lol
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Caves breath in and then breath out seasonally, noting
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Caves breath in and then breath out seasonally, noting
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hmmmm
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Several months ago, the archaeologists used an unmanned, robotic vehicle to examine under the waters around the islands. The weir is under 400 feet (122 meters) of water. The researchers say the area under water was dry land at sea level 14,000 years ago, from the islands to what is now the British Columbia mainland. The area has been underwater since after the last Ice Age ended and a warming period began about 11,000 years ago.
The archaeologists saw other formations on the sea floor that they think may have been camps from around the same time.
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Discovery Of 14,000-Year-Old Settlement In Canada Could Rewrite North American History


The ancient stories of the indigenous Heiltsuk Nation people say that their ancestors sheltered on a mysterious strip of coastline in Canada during the last Ice Age. Thanks to a recent discovery of a 14,000-year-old settlement, science is now reaffirming those claims.

The discovery was made last year along the Central Coast of British Columbia on Triquet Island, CBC News reports. Teams of archaeologists from the Hakai Institute, University of Victoria, and local First Nations found the remains of charcoal, tools, fish hooks, spears used to hunt marine mammals, and even a hand drill used for lighting fires.

Based on the analysis of charcoal found, it’s estimated the settlement was established around 13,613 to 14,086 years ago. This makes it one of the oldest human settlements in North America.

There is also evidence to suggest that the sea-level around Triquet Island has remained remarkably stable for 15,000 years throughout the end of the last Ice Age. This again confirms that this area acted as a haven of stability over the millennia, just as the Heiltsuk Nation have said all along.
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ohyeah
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Bump, lol
What is the mask of the sun?=P
Augustohyeah
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Mound builder topic


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As mountains grow, they drive the evolution of new species

A long-standing hypothesis gets hard data


Mountains aren't just beautiful: these locales also tend to host some of the richest diversity of species on the planet. We’ve known this for a long time—ever since Alexander von Humboldt, the Prussian geographer and naturalist, first climbed up the Andes in the 18th century. But nobody has really figured out why


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