Re: Thoughts on the South- American Man

From: derek gatherer (dgatherer2002@yahoo.co.uk)
Date: Wed 10 Dec 2003 - 09:31:10 GMT

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    > Why must 1 and 2 be anomalies?

    I didn't mean to imply anomalies in the sense of experimental error, only that they don't constitute enough evidence for large scale non-Siberian origins. A single mitochondrial lineage indicates a single female from Europe. Kennewick man indicates a single male of Polynesian origin. By the way, I was trying to trace the place where I read he was Polynesian but couldn't find it. Do you know what the latest on this is?

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