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Earliest human footprint in Americas found.
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Horace LaBadie
2019-05-01 16:11:38 UTC
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A footprint found in sediments in Chile has been dated to 15.600 years
ago.
<https://www.livescience.com/65368-oldest-human-footprint-americas.html>

"The earliest human footprint on record in the Americas wasn't found in
Canada, the United States or even Mexico; it was found much farther
south, in Chile, and it dates to an astonishing 15,600 years ago, a new
study finds.

The finding sheds light on when humans first reached the Americas,
likely by traveling across the Bering Strait land bridge in the midst of
the last ice age.

This 10.2-inch-long (26 centimeters) print might even be evidence of
pre-Clovis people in South America, the group that came before the
Clovis, which are known for their distinctive spearheads, the
researchers said. The find suggests that pre-Clovis people were in
northern Patagonia (a region of South America) for some time, as the
footprint is older than archaeological evidence from Chile's Monte
Verde, a site about 60 miles (100 kilometers) south containing artifacts
that are at least 14,500 years old. [10 Things We Learned About the
First Americans in 2018]

Vertebrate paleontologist Leonora Salvadores discovered the footprint in
December 2010, when she was an undergraduate student at the Austral
University of Chile. At the time, Salvadores and her fellow students
were investigating a well-known archaeological site known as Pilauco,
which is about 500 miles (820 km) south of Santiago, Chile."

[..]

"The footprint is classified as a type called Hominipes modernus, a
footprint usually made by Homo sapiens, the researchers said. (Just like
species, trace fossils, such as footprints, receive scientific names.)
Previous excavations at the site revealed other late Pleistocene
fossils, including the bones of elephant relatives, llama relatives and
ancient horses, as well as rocks that humans may have used as tools, the
researchers said.

The study "adds to a growing body of fossil and archaeological evidence
suggesting that humans dispersed throughout the Americas earlier than
many people have previously thought," said Kevin Hatala, an assistant
professor of biology at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
who was not involved with the study."
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2019-05-01 20:18:16 UTC
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Tabernacle Mishkan @ Stonehenge Heelstone
2019-05-01 20:40:50 UTC
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George
2019-05-01 20:25:07 UTC
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On Wed, 01 May 2019 12:11:38 -0400
Post by Horace LaBadie
A footprint found in sediments in Chile has been dated to 15.600
years ago.
<https://www.livescience.com/65368-oldest-human-footprint-americas.html>
"The earliest human footprint on record in the Americas wasn't found
in Canada, the United States or even Mexico; it was found much
farther south, in Chile, and it dates to an astonishing 15,600 years
ago, a new study finds.
The finding sheds light on when humans first reached the Americas,
likely by traveling across the Bering Strait land bridge in the midst
of the last ice age.
This 10.2-inch-long (26 centimeters) print might even be evidence of
pre-Clovis people in South America, the group that came before the
Clovis, which are known for their distinctive spearheads, the
researchers said. The find suggests that pre-Clovis people were in
northern Patagonia (a region of South America) for some time, as the
footprint is older than archaeological evidence from Chile's Monte
Verde, a site about 60 miles (100 kilometers) south containing
artifacts that are at least 14,500 years old. [10 Things We Learned
About the First Americans in 2018]
Vertebrate paleontologist Leonora Salvadores discovered the footprint
in December 2010, when she was an undergraduate student at the
Austral University of Chile. At the time, Salvadores and her fellow
students were investigating a well-known archaeological site known as
Pilauco, which is about 500 miles (820 km) south of Santiago, Chile."
[..]
"The footprint is classified as a type called Hominipes modernus, a
footprint usually made by Homo sapiens, the researchers said. (Just
like species, trace fossils, such as footprints, receive scientific
names.) Previous excavations at the site revealed other late
Pleistocene fossils, including the bones of elephant relatives, llama
relatives and ancient horses, as well as rocks that humans may have
used as tools, the researchers said.
The study "adds to a growing body of fossil and archaeological
evidence suggesting that humans dispersed throughout the Americas
earlier than many people have previously thought," said Kevin Hatala,
an assistant professor of biology at Chatham University in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who was not involved with the study."
Thanks for an on topic post


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Tabernacle Mishkan @ Stonehenge Heelstone
2019-05-01 20:38:57 UTC
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Anytime.

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2019-05-01 21:15:47 UTC
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Post by Horace LaBadie
The finding sheds light on when humans first reached the Americas,
likely by traveling across the Bering Strait land bridge in the midst of
the last ice age.
Actually, doesn't it do the opposite? Instead of shining any light it
seems to put the lights out on the conventional model & time
table.




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