May 2016 SCIENCE magazine confirms 14,550 year-old Solutrean Points uncovered with butchered American mastodon remains at the Page-Ladsen site, a Florida sink hole swallowed by a waterway above. Hold-outs in academia and archaeology clinging to pre-Clovis denial insist North America's first inhabitants came east through Alaska. Regressive mindsets such as theirs are repudiated by these latest scientific finds establishing, without question, a previous, ancient western European presence in America before Native Americans. Nonetheless, archaeology digs its heels in deeper, pathetically thrashing in dogmatic quicksand.
What's it going to take for true reformation in academia so wedded to its dogma?
The astronomy rock art evidence I've investigated since 1984 — with a renewed push since 2014 — is dated to the time of Christ, found in the heart of mid-America with ancient, translatable grooved writing, known throughout western Europe as Ogham. The USA variant (without vowels) may have been in use earlier in Rome, Libya and Turkey.