"Discovery Near San Diego Freeway Shows Humans Were in America 100,000 Years Earlier Than We Thought: Study"

Feb 2017
Latin America

Personally I think this is sensationalistic, but it's interesting nevertheless. I think at this point no one anymore postulates a land or an ice bridge at some period in the world that helped people traverse the Bering Strait. You can do that just by building the most basic of canoes and kayaks and island hop from Kamchatka to Alaska.


Ad Honorem
Jun 2014
Lisbon, Portugal
If that is true, then it's highly likely that those humans probably weren't modern homo sapiens. Possibly Denisovans?