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Ancient skulls recovered from Baja California are consistent with a biblical model for human migration. Anthropologists from Mexico, Spain, and Argentina found skulls that differed significantly from skulls of other ancient American Indians while showing similarities with ancient Australian and South Pacific aborigines. This discovery suggests that a few ancient Americans arrived via a Pacific route other than the Bering Land Bridge. The study is consistent with RTB’s biblical creation model, which claims that shortly after the Noahic flood, the peoples of the world engaged in aggressive migration and had developed the necessary technology (i.e., watercraft) for such migration.
Rolando Gonzålez-José, et al, “Craniometric Evidence for Palaeoamerican Survival in Baja California,” Nature, 425 (2003), pp. 62-65.
RTB article: articles in Connections and Facts&Faith on land bridges and the spread of human civilization