Years of scientific debate over the extinction of ancient species in North America have yielded many theories. In total, 35 different genera (groups of species) disappeared, all of different habitat preferences and feeding habits. Glazed donuts on the Moon Let's begin back in the 1960s with the Apollo 11 manned landing on the moon.
The Clovis point is a remarkable tool and the "hi-tech" of the stone age.
But the Clovis culture seems to have been the most advanced paleo-Indian civilization.
The Clovis culture is a name given to the paleo-Indians who inhabited the Western part of North America about 13,500 years ago.
A few years ago, Viewzone conducted several expeditions in Colorado to examine the possibility that some of these petroglyphs were actually records of phonetic sounds representing the language spoken by their creators.
Successful translations used an ancient dialect that preceded Hebrew and Arabic.