Tuesday, June 13, 2006



from national geographic

A discovery of ancient jade could shake up old notions of the New World before Columbus. Scientists say they have traced 1,500-year-old axe blades found in the eastern Caribbean to ancient jade mines in Central America 1,800 miles (2,900 kilometers) away

i didn't think anyone still believed columbus 'discovered' america
everyone knows Jarl Henry Sinclair (c.1345 - c.1400) made it to Nova Scotia in 1398