Books Read 2007 to Date 2/24/07

9. Quantumscapes, by Stephen Martiniere
8. Quantum Dreams, by Stephen Martiniere
7. Viriconium, by M John Harrison
6. Old Man’s War, by John Scalzi
5. The Scent of Shadows, Vicki Pettersson
4. The Best Time Travel Stories of the 20th Century, Edited by Martin Greenberg and Harry Turtledove
3. The Classical World: An Epic History from Homer to Hadrian, by Robin Lane Fox
2. Carnival, by Elizabeth Bear
1. Souls in the Great Machine, by Sean Williams

Ancient Stone Weapons Not Ancient Enough to Be Used by First Americans

Science & Technology at Scientific American.com: Ancient Stone Weapons Not Ancient Enough to Be Used by First Americans — New radiocarbon dates of established archaeological sites suggest that the Americas must have been populated before the advent of so-called Clovis weapons
Ancient Stone Weapons Not Ancient Enough to Be Used by First Americans
New radiocarbon dates of established archaeological sites suggest that the Americas must have been populated before the advent of so-called Clovis weapons
By David Biello
This article on Scientific American is another nail in the coffin of the theory of those who are convinced that the Clovis culture represents the first and earliest human habitation in the Americas.
Me, I’m mostly already persuaded that human habitation in the Americas predates the Clovis culture. In point of fact, there is a little evidence that in the waves of migrants into North America, some may have even come from Europe west to America.