Science NewsCurated by RSF Research Staff Home > Science News > The first Americans: new archaeological findings are a paradigm shift During the course of the development of his revolutionary scientifc ideas, physicist Nassim Haramein found indications of an understanding of fundamental principles of the physics and nature of the universe encoded in the architectural remains of ancient civilizations. The information encoded in the awe-inspiring archaeological remnants, such as the pyramids of meso-america, were not only validating reflections of the theory Haramein was developing, but also strong indications of a much more sophisticated and technologically advanced state of ancient human civilization. New findings from archaeological analysis of 130,000 year-old human activity in North America are in agreement with this supposition that the text-book history of humanity is incomplete or, in many instances, completely incorrect. Archaeological analysis of ancient artifacts and civilizations is a key endeavor in the research being performed at the Resonance Science Foundation. High-tech dating of mastodon remains found in southern California has shattered the timeline of human migration to America, pushing the presence of hominins back to 130,000 years ago rather than just 15,000 years, researchers said Wednesday. Teeth and bones of the elephant-like creature unmistakably modified by human hands, along with stone hammers and anvils, leave no doubt that some species of early human feasted on its carcass, they reported in the journal Nature. Discovered in 1992 during construction work to expand an expressway, the bone fragments "show clear signs of having been deliberately broken by humans with manual dexterity," said lead author Steve Holen, director of research at the Center for American Paleolithic Research. Up to now, the earliest confirmed passage of our ancestors into North America took place about 15,000 years ago. These were modern humans—Homo sapiens—that probably crossed from Siberia into what is today Alaska, by land or along the coast. There have been several other claims of an even earlier bipedal footprint on the continent, but none would take that timeline back further than 50,000 years, and all remain sharply contested. Continue reading at: Article: https://phys.org/news/2017-04-humans-america-years-earlier-thought.html#jCp Inner Clocks and Future PredictionDecember 17, 2018The return of the green cometDecember 14, 2018Life in Deep Earth Totals 15 to 23 Billion Tonnes of Carbon—Hundreds of Times More than HumansDecember 13, 2018The elusive electric dipole momentDecember 12, 2018Quantum physics working at macroscopic scaleDecember 9, 2018 Sharing is caring - please share this with your friends: Facebook Twitter If you like this content, you will love the Resonance Academy.