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If that age is accurate, the skeleton—along with three others found in underwater caves along the Caribbean coast of the Yucatán Peninsula—could provide new clues to how the Americas were first populated.The remains have been excavated over the past four years near the town of Tulum, about 80 miles southwest of Cancún, by a team of scientists led by Arturo González, director of the Desert Museum in Saltillo, Mexico."We don't now how [the people whose remains were found in the caves] arrived and whether they came from the Atlantic, the jungle, or inside the continent," González said, "But we believe these finds are the oldest yet to be found in the Americas and may influence our theories of how the first people arrived." In addition to possibly altering the time line of human settlement in the Americas, the remains may cause experts to rethink where the first Americans came from, González added.

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Later movements of White people out of Asia and into Europe (the Germanics and Slavs circa 200 A.

D.), is attributed to the Huns of Mongolia chasing them westward.

In South America, a skull belonging to a roughly 20 year old Australoid woman was unearthed in Brazil by the French archaeologist Annette Amperaire in 1971, nicknamed “Luzia”.

Keeping in mind that the Earth's climate has changed many times over the last 100, 000 years, and that the original Australians: left Africa, Island hopped to New Guinea, and then crossed the 300 miles of the Timor Sea to reach Australia.

The skulls from Baja California, which may date back only a few hundred years, have slender-looking faces that are different from the broad-cheeked craniums of modern Amerindians, the descendants of the Mongoloid people.

"Our results change the traditional idea that all modern Amerindians present morphological affinities with East Asians as a result of a single migration," said Rolando González-José of the University of Barcelona, Spain, who led the study.

In South America, there are indications of human settlement from 55,000-60,000 years old.

Contrary to the White mans self-serving view, the Americas were not isolated lands: common sense and the artifacts, tell us that there was a constant flow of people into the Americas, and possibly out of the Americas too.

As an example; The Hawaiian islands are about 1,860 miles from the nearest continent.

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