|This brilliant paleoconstruction is the work of Sergio de la Rosa-Martínez.|
The paper describing the possible interaction of us and them is
“Human (Clovis)–gomphothere (Cuvieronius sp.) association ∼13,390 calibrated yBP in Sonora, Mexico,” by Guadalupe Sanchez, Vance T. Holliday, Edmund P. Gaines, Joaquín Arroyo-Cabrales, Natalia Martínez-Tagüeña, Andrew Kowler, Todd Lange, Gregory W. L. Hodgins, Susan M. Mentzer, and Ismael Sanchez-Morales. PNAS, published online before print July 14, 2014, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1404546111, July 14, 2014.
That’s quite a line-up!
And quite a locality, all things considered. Por ejemplo, mira usted! Forget CRYSTAL SKULLS. They’re just for show! The beauty shown below, on the other hand, was for rockin’ and rollin’ with the pachyderms. Or, so these authors claim.
|Quartz crystal Clovis biface. Credit: INAH Sonora, and Phys.org|
I haven’t the time to get down and subversive on the claims for the contemporaneity of and interactions between us and the gomphotheres. But I will have the time real soon.
I’ve missed you!