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    So I've read this comparison on another website:

    >europeans
    >from aurignacian proto-gravettian to solutrean:10000 years (30000BC-20000BC)
    >from aurignacian-antelian to start of crop development: 9000 years(30000BC-21000BC)
    >from start of crop development to neolithic revolution: 10500 years (21000BC-10500BC)
    >from neolithic revolution to copper furnaces: 5500 years (10500BC-5000BC)
    >from neolithic revolution to bronze metallurgy: 6700 years (10500BC-3800BC)

    >Amerindians:
    >from aurignacian proto-gravettian to clovis: 5500 years (16000BC-10500BC)
    >from aurignacian proto-gravettian to the start of crop development: 5000 years (16000BC-11000BC)
    >from start of crop development to neolithic revolution: 7000 years (11000BC-4000BC)
    >from neolithic revolution to copper furnaces: 3000 years (4000BC-1000BC)
    >from neolithic revolution to bronze metallurgy: 4700 years (4000BC-700 AD)

    2003a. Tiwanaku Period (Middle Horizon) bronze metallurgy in the lake Titicaca basin: A preliminary assessment. En Tiwanaku and its hinterland, T 2. A. Kolata, (Ed.), pp. 404-434. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D. C.
    1997. El bronce arsenical y el Horizonte Medio. En Arqueología, antropología e historia en los Andes: Homenaje a María Rostworowski, R. Varón y J. Flores E. (Eds.), pp. 153-186. Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, Lima.
    https://www.researchgate.net/publica...entinian_Andes
    Historia de América Andina: Las sociedades aborígenes
    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF02859340
    http://journals.plos.org/plosone/art...l.pone.0141923
    http://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/1873/
    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paleoamericano
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluefish_Caves

    I'm not the author but it makes me wonder how strong is the genetic factor for such example of convergent cultural evolution to happen.

    What are your thoughts?

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    Was it on Reddit or 4chan that you read this?

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    I read it on forosperu, I talked to the guy and he said he read it on 4chan.

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