Archaeologists continually ignoring evidence of pre-Clovis entrance into Americas

Posted On: Oct 9th, 2018 at 12:09

The Americas
In the 1970s┬áVirginia Steen-McIntyre was a geologist working for the US Geological Survey (USGS) and was sent to an archaeology site in Mexico to date a series of artefacts located in sediment. The archaeologists involved suggested a date of 25,000 years – at that time double the accepted date of human arrival in the Americas – but Steen-McIntyre’s results suggested otherwise. After a series of state-of-the-art tests on the stratification layers the results came back as 250,000 years.
The lead archaeologist then dismissed her findings and requested a new set of dates, but she refused to change the scientific results that she had uncovered, citing that the science could not be altered. Suffice to say her paper was thrown out and she subsequently lost her teaching job at an American university and her papers were rarely accepted by academia or the peer review process.
This is what can happen when you step out of line of mainstream accepted theories. Of course, in the 1970s things were a lot worse than they are today, but this is just one example of many where discoveries that wipe out accepted theories are brushed under the carpet by mainstream academia. We are being lied to, drip fed information based on strict guidelines, and if anything is contradictory to those strict set of guideline it is dismissed completely. And occasionally, as in the case of Steen-McIntyre, careers are destroyed.
One of the most hotly debated theories is of course the arrival of human beings in the Americas. Despite dozens of bits of evidence placing human beings in the Americas long before 20,000 years ago the inability of academia to accept these dates, and the entrance path in which humans arrived, continues to be based around a Bering Straight land bridge and an ice-free corridor. The former is an acceptable idea although the dates are clearly wrong, but the idea of the ice-free corridor that opened up for a short time is about as viable as Man walking on Jupiter.
We must continue to fight the arrogant and often idiotic ideas laid down by – once again – outdated and defunct Darwinian models of human evolution.