Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Homo sapiens' Wanderlust

We have always known that Christopher Columbus didn't really discover the New World. There were already Homo sapiens living here.  If you read my last post and visited the links you know that the Asians were preceded a 1,000 years by a seafaring group of Homo sapiens from Europe.  So Chris wasn't the first European (Italians will never admit that) and the Vikings weren't the first, either.  At this time, little is known about these early immigrants.  I am fairly certain they were not assisted by aliens.  Why, is my question?  Is wanderlust genetically imprinted in our minds.  If so, load up the rockets for the New New World.

The Genographic Project
DNA Tracing of Migration
Migration by Boats

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