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Remember Glenn Beck? Here's that time in 2010 he thought he could prove the Lost Tribe of Israel built the mounds of Newark The post The ..read more
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This is a slightly edited version of an article I wrote on this blog back in 2010. When does vandalism become an archaeological feature? ..read more
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Here's a brief look at the discussion of aDNA in Denisovan Origins and what Collins and Little got wrong. The post Denisovan Origins and ..read more
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A book review of Denisovan Origins by Andrew Collins and Gregory Little. Not a point-by-point debunking, but a word on style. The post ..read more
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Newsletter woes I fully intended to do a quarterly newsletter, but over the summer I ended up having some problems with the newsletter ..read more
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A book review of Missing Lands by Freddy Silva. This self-published book on Amazon has a very appealing cover but is lacking some reality ..read more
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The "hard evidence" of pre-Columbian but non-indigenous explorers is examined in detail. The post Pre-Columbian Explorers in the Americas ..read more
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Book Review: Crossing the Sands of Time. A review of Jack Churchward's book that examines the Uighur culture and the Lost Continent of Mu ..read more
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Pseudoarchaeological claims of horses present in the Americas isn't all that new. Recently, however, a new story started making the rounds ..read more
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A story of 800-year old squash seeds being revived is making its rounds on Facebook again, linked to none other than that ..read more

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