Interesting twist on white sands foot prints

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Thought I’d share, up to this I thought they were rock solid evidence but this would certainly change things


And non related arrowheads just because
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Thanks for posting that interesting article up.
Just proves that the system of carbon dating needs some work yet.
 

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Clovis may not have been first but Clovis marks, without a doubt, an actual migration of a "mass" of people with a starting point (whenever it was exactly)
 
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I was under the assumption that the errors in carbon dating were a result of sampling the wrong material, like contaminated samples and such, I didn’t realize that some living things take in old carbon to begin with.
 

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