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« on: September 20, 2009, 06:40:51 PM »

All files and photos linked in this post are courtesy of Virginia Steen-McIntyre from her archives. Photos and text credited to their respective authors.

ARMENTA MONOGRAPH

http://bandstex.globat.com/Hueyatlaco/ARMENTA%20MONOGRAPH%20complete.pdf

ARMENTA MONOGRAPH- ENGLISH TRANSLATION

http://bandstex.globat.com/ARMENTA%20MONOGRAPH%20English.pdf

ARMENTA'S TETELA 1 ENGRAVED MASTODON BONE

http://bandstex.globat.com/Armenta's%20Tetela%201%20engraved%20mastodon%20bone%201.tif

ARMENTA'S TETELA 1 ENGRAVED MASTODON BONE

http://bandstex.globat.com/Armenta's%20Tetela%201%20engraved%20mastodon%20bone%202.tif

ARMENTA'S TETELA 1 ENGRAVED MASTODON BONE

http://bandstex.globat.com/Armenta's%20Tetela%201%20engraved%20mastodon%20bone%203.tif

ARMENTA'S TETELA 1 ENGRAVED MASTODON BONE

http://bandstex.globat.com/Armenta's%20Tetela%201%20engraved%20mastodon%20bone%204.tif

ARMENTA'S TETELA 1 ENGRAVED MASTODON BONE- DRAWING

http://bandstex.globat.com/Armenta's%20Tetela%201%20engraved%20mastodon%20bone%205.tif

ARMENTA'S TETELA 1 ENGRAVED MASTODON BONE- DRAWING

http://bandstex.globat.com/Armenta's%20Tetela%201%20engraved%20mastodon%20bone%206.tif

BI-POINTED BIFACE RECOVERED FROM HUEYATLACO

http://bandstex.globat.com/bipointed%20hueyatlaco.tif

UNIFACE RECOVERED FROM HUEYATLACO

http://bandstex.globat.com/uniface%20hueyatlaco.tif

STEMMED BIFACE RECOVERED FROM HUEYATLACO

http://bandstex.globat.com/stemmed%20hueyatlaco.tif

DESCRIPTION OF TECHNOLOGY RECOVERED FROM HUEYATLACO 

http://bandstex.globat.com/technology.tif

IMAGES OF ARTIFACTS RECOVERED FROM EL HORNO 

http://bandstex.globat.com/hueyatlaco-el%20horno%20artifact%20photos.pdf

DRAWINGS OF ARTIFACTS RECOVERED FROM EL HORNO 

http://bandstex.globat.com/hueyatlaco-el%20horno%20artifact%20drawings.pdf

Steen-McIntyres 2003 Current Research in the Pleistocene Submission   

http://bandstex.globat.com/Steen-McIntyres%202003%20CRIP%20Submission.pdf

STEEN-MCINTYRE'S 2002 MEXICO CITY TALK 

http://bandstex.globat.com/2002%20Mexico%20City%20talk.pdf

VANLANDINGHAM'S PAPERS


VanLandingham, S. 2009c (abs.), Alleged Unconformity at the Hueyatlaco
Archaeological Site (Puebla, Mexico) Advocated by the Center for the
Study of the First Americans is Negated by 37 Lines of Diatom
Correlation, 20th North American Diatom Symposium, September 23-27,
2009, Iowa Lakeside Laboratory, Milford, Iowa, Program & Abstracts.

ALLEGED UNCONFORMITY AT THE HUEYATLACO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE (PUEBLA,
MEXICO) ADVOCATED BY THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE FIRST AMERICANS IS
NEGATED BY 37 LINES OF DIATOM CORRELATION
Sam l. VanLandingham1
1Consulting Environmentalist/Geologist, 1205 West Washington, Midland,
Texas 79701 USA

No other archaeological site in the world is known to be associated with
such a vast variety of age and paleoecologically diagnostic diatom
fossils as Hueyatlaco: 37 lines of correlation demonstrate this. In the
present work, 33 additional lines of diatom correlation are added to the
four previously published by the author, all of which discredit this
alleged unconformity: 7 of these lines pass directly through and the
remaining 26 pass within 3 m of the supposed unconformity at the
Hueyatlaco site. No proof of the postulated unconformity has been
presented, because it is a vacant hypothesis: it cannot be proven, since
the so called evidence has been destroyed (eroded away). At no other
location in the world would one be likely to find any non-marine
diatomaceous sequence with as many as 22 distinct beds with a total
thickness < 30 m which would result in so many lines of correlation
between samples based on the six criteria (i.e., taxonomic percentage
correlation, pennate to centric ratios, extinct taxa, earliest known
first occurrences, paleoecology, and dominance/subdominance associations
of taxa) for diatom correlation within a spherical area with a diameter
of < 3 m. All but 2 of the 37 lines of correlation link to samples
within the artifact-bearing B, C, E, and I Units of C. Irwin-Williams.
And all of these 35 lines of correlation corroborate a minimum age of
Last Interglacial (Sangamonian) for all of the artifact beds connected
with them. In the 37 lines of correlation, total diatom taxa extinct at
the end of the Sangamonian range from 5 in lines 9 and 36 to 17 in lines
1 and 30. Six of the lines of correlation have the
Cocconeis-Navicula-Synedra generic dominance/subdominance association
which is otherwise known in the fossil record only from the Last
Interglacial of Europe and in the Western Hemisphere only in the six
correlation lines (4 of which pass directly through the
"unconformity"). Line 4 (which passes straight through the supposed
unconformity) links two samples (in the centric paucity zone) both of
which have the Cocconeis-Navicula-Nitzschia-Synedra
dominance/subdominance association, the only such occurrence of this
association known in the Western Hemisphere. 

VanLandingham, S. 2009, Extraordinary Examples of Deception in Peer Reviewing: Concoction of the Dorenberg Skull Hoax and Related Misconduct, International Symposium on Peer Review (ISPR), Orlando, Florida, July 10-13 (to be published in July).

http://www.iiis.org/CDs2008/CD2009SCI/ispr2009/PapersPdf/V544TW.pdf

Below is the reference to Sam VanLandingham's latest paper on the age of the artifact-bearing sediments at Hueyatlaco, along with the abstract. He was working with the younger artifact-bearing beds (bifacial tools); the unifacial, edge-retouched tools are older still.

----------, 2009, Use of diatom biostratigraphy in determining a minimum (Sangamonian = 80,000--ca. 220,000 yr. BP) and a maximum (Illinoian = 220,000--430,000 yr. BP) age for the Hueyatlaco artifacts, Puebla, Mexico. Nova Hedwigia, Beiheft 135, p. 15-36.

http://bandstex.globat.com/Hueyatlaco/VanLandingham/VanLandingham%202009a%20paper%20copy.pdf

----------, 2008, Yarmouthian (430,000 - 500,000 yr BP) chrysophyte cyst assemblages aid in corroborating a maximum Illinoian (ca. 220,000 - 430,000 yr BP) age for the artifacts at the Hueyatlaco site, Puebla, Mexico (abs.), 7th International Chrysophyte Symposium, Connecticut College, 270 Mohegan Ave., New London, Connecticut, June 22-26, 2008, Program (with abstracts)

Abstract: Bona fide artifacts have been found in situ in sedimentary deposits which, by various reputable means (including fossil cysts), have been demonstrated to be older than the Last Ice Age, but most American archaeologists disagree. No other archaeological site in the world is known to be associated with such highly significant age and environmentally diagnostic cyst/diatom evidence as Hueyatlaco. Two diagnostic Yarmouthian (430,000 - 500,000 yr BP) cyst assemblages (in samples VL2149 and VL2316) occur in a bed (Unit J) which is conformably below (and older) than the lowermost artifact-bearing bed (Unit I) at the Hueyatlaco archaeological site. And these two samples correlate with a third diagnostic Yarmouthian sample (68M288=VL2243) from a core 7 km NNW at Rancho Batan. The extinctions and earliest known first occurrences of the 26 extant and 8 extinct cyst taxa in the three samples (with a minimum 430,000 yr BP Yarmouthian age) corroborate a maximum of 430,000 yr BP age for the Hueyatlaco artifacts which previously was established by means of cyst/diatom assemblages with a maximum age of Illinoian (220,000 - 430,000 yr BP) in Unit I.

----------, 2006, Diatom evidence for autochthonous artifact deposition in the Valsequillo region, Puebla, Mexico during the Sangamonian (sensu lato = 80,000 to ca 220,000 yr BP and Illinoian (220,000 to 430,000 yr BP). J. Paleolimnol, 36, 101-116.

http://bandstex.globat.com/Hueyatlaco/VanLandingham/VanLandingham%202006b%20copy.pdf

----------, 2004, Corroboration of Sangamonian age of artifacts from the Valsequillo region, Puebla, Mexico by means of diatom biostratigraphy. micropaleontology, 50:4, 313-342.

http://bandstex.globat.com/Hueyatlaco/VanLandingham/cofsangamonianartifacts.pdf

----------, 2002, Corroboration of Sangamonian Interglacial age artifacts at the Valsequillo archaeological area, Puebla, Mexico, by means of paleoecology and biostratigraphy of Chrysophyta cysts. Transactions of the 37th Regional Archaeological Symposium for Southern New Mexico and West Texas -- Southwestern Federation of Archaeological Societies Annual Meeting, April 6-7, 2001, Iraan, Texas, pp. 1-14.

http://bandstex.globat.com/VanLandingham2002.pdf

----------, 2000, Sangamonian Interglacial (Middle Pleistocene) environments of deposition of artifacts at the Valsequillo archaeological site, Puebla, Mexico. Transactions, 35th Regional Archaeological Symposium for Southern New Mexico and Western Texas -- Southwest Federation of Archaeological Societies Annual Meeting, April 9-11, 1999, Midland, Texas, pp. 81-98.

http://bandstex.globat.com/Hueyatlaco/VanLandingham/VanLandingham%202000.pdf

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS: DENVER, 1926

http://bandstex.globat.com/00037.png

SOLORZANO'S ERECTUS-LIKE SUPRAORBITAL RIDGE RECOVERED IN JALISCO

http://bandstex.globat.com/Solorzano-%20Jalisco.rtf

SOLORZANO'S ERECTUS-LIKE SUPRAORBITAL RIDGE RECOVERED IN JALISCO

http://bandstex.globat.com/Solorzano-fossil%20artifacts.pdf

SOLORZANO'S ERECTUS-LIKE SUPRAORBITAL RIDGE RECOVERED IN JALISCO

http://bandstex.globat.com/chapala-brow-ridge.jpg

CORRESPONDENCE RELATED TO THE DORENBERG SKULL

http://bandstex.globat.com/Correspondence%20on%20Dorenberg.pdf

CORRESPONDENCE RELATED TO THE DORENBERG SKULL

http://bandstex.globat.com/Dorenberg%20Leipzig%20letter.pdf

CORRESPONDENCE RELATED TO THE DORENBERG SKULL

http://bandstex.globat.com/Dorenberg%20skull%20info.pdf

STEEN-MCINTYRE'S 2008 HOUSTON GSA CONFERENCE TALK

http://bandstex.globat.com/STEEN-McINTYRE%20HOUSTON%20GSA%202008.pdf

STEEN-MCINTYRE'S 2008 HOUSTON GSA CONFERENCE TALK- SLIDES

http://bandstex.globat.com/Steen-McIntyre%20Houston%20GSA%202008%20slides.ppt

VANLANDINGHAM'S 2008 HOUSTON GSA CONFERENCE TALK

http://bandstex.globat.com/VanLandingham%20GSA%202008.pdf

WATERS' 2008 HOUSTON GSA CONFERENCE TALK- SLIDES

http://bandstex.globat.com/Waters%20GSA%20talk%202008.pdf
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