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BREAKING NEWS!! Solutrean hypothesis, Cro-magnon Euros first in the America's, gets a major boost. Footprints carbon dated to 23,000 years ago confirmed in New Mexico National Park - "A discovery like this is very close to finding the Holy Grail," says Ciprian Ardelean, an archaeologist with the Autonomous University of Zacatecas.-- NatGeo. Solutreans from southern France/northern Spain are theorized to have arrived over the Atlantic ice bridge 23,000 to 24,000 years ago. Also, "The new research could spur archaeologists to take another look and reconsider how and when people arrived in the Americas." -- Scientific American Read more - "Stunning footprints push back human arrival in Americas by thousands of years" National Geographic.