#humanmigration

  1. Tiny crumbling island in the US holds key to American people’s existence

    By Harriet Brewis The question of how humans first arrived in the Americas has long been a subject of fascination and debate. Over the past century, the timeline has shifted earlier and earlier and, today, scientists mostly agree that people were living on the continent at least 15
  2. Footprints discovered in New Mexico rewrite American history

    By Harriet Brewis Archaeologists have made a staggering discovery about American history and it's all thanks to some footprints. The human tracks, unearthed in White Sands National Park, New Mexico , are the oldest ever to be found on the continent. Scientists previously estimated th
  3. Climate change is a primary cause of human migration. The US has put more carbon emissions into the atmosphere than any other country. We “developed” and grew rich at the cost of a livable planet for every living thing. We must get over ourselves and our subservience to the fossi
  4. Unprecedented evidence humans occupied ‘lava tubes’ could fill in gaps in the archaeological record, scientists say

    By Mindy Weisberger, CNN Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more . People who lived in the Arabian Peninsula thousands of years ago went underground when they wanted to beat the h
  5. Clearly migrations are motivated by climate. It is why mankind spread throughout the globe and to particular regions searching for game that thrived in hospitable climates to life. I suspect it is the changing environment that is making it inhospitable along with political and