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Indigenous arrival 130,000 years ago

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David Dalton

Jun 22, 2023, 3:23:00 AM6/22/23
June 21’s CBC Radio One Ideas program may be of interest.

Here are the details:

Title: Indigenous archaeologist agues humans may have
arrived here 130,000 years ago.

Abstract: The dominant story in archaeology has long been
that humans came to North America around 12,000 years
ago. But indigenous archaeologist Paulette Steeves points
to mounting evidence suggesting human migration may
have occurred closer to 130,000 years ago.

Link to article, which contains a button to play the 54 minute
radio programme: .

-- Salmon on the Thorns (mystic page)
"This could be the final breath; This is life and death;
This is hard rock and water; Out here between wind and flame;
Between tears and elation; Lies a secret nation" (Ron Hynes)

Kerr-Mudd, John

Jun 22, 2023, 7:38:03 AM6/22/23
She uses "Indigenous ways and methods"
Indigenous ways and methods don’t exclude Western science, says Steeves.
They add to it. “It’s about re-linking our communities to these ancient
sites and times. It challenges the status quo and places our people in
deep time, on par with other areas in the old world.”

Bah, and indeed Humbug.
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