So either the date was wrong, or the whole theory about the land bridge was bunk.In recent years, paleobiologist Scott Elias and his colleagues at the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado have pinned the problem on the date.When did they first appear in those lands, and how?Just as the Judeo-Christian tradition teaches that human beings originated when God created Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, so every Native American tribe has at least one creation story.
The absolute 2nd millennium BC dates resulting from this decision have very little support in academia, particularly after more recent research.
This is where the imaginary part of the theory of evolution comes in.
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The middle chronology (reign of Hammurabi 1792–1750 BC) is commonly encountered in literature and early twenty-first century dendrochronology has essentially disproved the short chronology.
For much of the period in question, middle chronology dates can be calculated by adding 64 years to the corresponding short chronology date (e.g.