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« on: February 18, 2007, 03:59:56 am »

Experts explain significance of the Walker site

A team of archaeologists uncover what might be the oldest intact site
of human activity on two continents, located near Walker (Minnesota,
USA). Thor Olmanson is director of the Leech Lake Heritage Sites
program and is the project's principal investigator. This fall, he
and David Mather, National Register Archaeologist for the state's
Historic Preservation Office, invited geologists, soil scientists,
fellow archaeologists and other scientists to investigate the site.
"As the natural response is skepticism, everyone who came was ready
to debunk the site," said Olmanson. "And, so far, they have left
convinced that this is something different, something that needs to
be looked at more closely" he said.

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