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Nancy Casey
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Oct. 24, 2012, 6:31 a.m.
"The earliest humans originated in Africa. Some migrated west and their descendants are modern Europeans and North Americans. Some migrated east and north, and crossed a land bridge existing between Siberia and Alaska due to lower sea levels. Their descendants spread down through the Western Hemisphere, and were inconveniently present when that landmass was “discovered” by Europeans in the 15th century.
I’ve heard that story so many times, I’ve never much questioned its accuracy, but there are some scholars who say, No way. As in, No way did the original inhabitants of the Western Hemisphere trudge over here from Eurasia..."

Music by Kevin MacLeod
Date-stamped 10-24-12 but material is not pegged to any particular date or event.

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