From today’s TFN News Clips:
“It’s one more grain of sand on the beach of evidence for evolution.”
— Jim Blauth, a biology professor at the University of Redlands, on the discovery of a ground sloth skull thought to be 1.8 million years old
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We have prehistoric American Indian cultures that were here in the United States long before Adam and Eve. Malnutrition was sometimes the companion of these first Americans. Dinosaurs would have been a great source of protein. These cultures left behind millions of trash pits and other pit features containing the leftover bones from cooking and eating, many with the actual butcher marks made by stone tools. A wide variety of species is represented. Despite their muscle mass and probably their tastiness, no dinosaur food-bone remains are found in these pits. Wonder why?