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Paperback, 216 pages. ABSTRACT
Skeletal remains of an archaic man were found in the Great Basin of the United States. Radiocarbon date is 3500 years. Distinguishing features include protruding brows unlike those of any other hominid species, archaic or modern. The skull is broad based and the posterior view differs from that of modern man. Presented are 18 photographs of skull parts, 7 photographs of body and extremity bones, and 69 photographs of paleolithic artifacts. The claim is well supported that this is a newly reported species, and it is given the name Homo americanus.
It is proposed that this archaic species made and used the paleolithic artifacts found in huge numbers in the region. Appendixes I and II add parts of the author's books, Earliest Man of America in Oregon, U.S.A.; with photographs of paleolithic artifacts, and Originations of Life from Volcanoes and Petroleum. Some paleolithic tools are claimed to be 3-4 million years old. The author bases his theory of multiple originations of life on fundamentals of geology, physics, chemistry, biology, and observations of plants and animals. The presented archaic man found in North America provides additional support for that theory. CONSISTENT RECENT REPORT
Amy Dansie, an anthropologist at the Nevada State Museum reported 10,000 hours studying 550 burials excavated prior to 1900 in the Great Basin in Nevada, including five over 9000 years old. She noted, "The 9,000 to 9,500-year-old Spirit Cave Man, Wizards Beach Man, and Kennewick Man share some distinctive traits not often found in later western Native Americans, but which may be a combination of traits of a pre-racial common ancestor of all modern humans, and the emerging proto-Indian." Society for American Archaeology Bulletin, 17:30, at 31., May 1999.
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The author is a Mayo-trained, board certified urologist. He received premedical education at UCLA during World War II in the Navy V-12 Officers Training Program. There he was elected to freshman honor society Phi Eta Sigma. He graduated from the University of Oregon Medical School and the University of Denver College of Law. He was one of three in his medical school class elected in the junior year to Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He served as a navy medical officer during the Korean War. In addition to private practice in medicine, Doctor Tyler was a clinical instructor in urology for a few years at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He has written articles based upon his original research published in the American Journal of Anatomy, American Heart Journal, Journal of Urology, British Journal of Venereal Diseases, American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, U.S. Armed Forces Medical Journal, and the Proceedings of the Staff of the Mayo Clinic.
Biographical sketches of Donald Earl Tyler appear in Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 1st Edition, 1997-1998, Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 4th Edition, and Who's Who in America, 52nd Edition, 1998, continuing in subsequent editions of each.
OTHER BOOKS BY DONALD E. TYLER
1. The Other Guy's Sperm: the cause of cancers and other diseases.
2. Spermatozoa: the probable cause of gonorrhea, nonspecific urethritis and other diseases.
3. Sperm Causing Diseases: a major medical breakthrough.
4. Originations of Life from Volcanoes and Petroleum: a scientific theory opposed to evolution.
5. Earliest Man of America in Oregon, U.S.A.; with photographs of Paleolithic artifacts.
6. A New and Simple Theory of Gravity.
7. Crooked Judges, Lawyers and Insurance Companies.
8. (co-author) A Second Species of Early Man and a Folsom Point in Oregon, U.S.A.
9. American Paleolithic; Boat Building Eight Million Years Ago
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Book Description Discovery Books, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111884981062