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Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Ancient Canals in Andes Reveal Early Agriculture

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  • mike white
    yes, they keep pushing advanced cultures further back in time in the americas. now they have established irrigation canals back to 4700 bce, and others may
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         yes, they keep pushing advanced cultures further back in time in the americas.  now they have established irrigation canals back to 4700 bce, and others may date to 8,000 bce.  irrigation is advanced agriculture, associated with high cultures.  the wonderful chavin textiles and dyes point to the same conclusion.  its time for our experts to admit the americas are not the new world, but the old.  i fully expect within this 21st century the horizon for cultured man in the americas will be pushed back beyond 10,000 bce, and possibly to 40,000 bce.   the proofs will likely be found in mexico or peru. 
       
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      From: mobydoc
      Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2007 3:55 PM
      Subject: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Ancient Canals in Andes Reveal Early Agriculture

      http://news. nationalgeograph ic.com/news/ 2005/12/1205_ 051205_peru_ canals.html

         Mike This URL  is a cross-post ....the reason  J  Page 2

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      Water deposited gravel and sand in Canals 2 and 3, which also contain charcoal that researchers dated.

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           (imho)  this speaks of (Water Filtration)    Moby


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