Old bones tell new tales
Lowe, D.J. (2006). Old bones tell new tales. New Zealand Skeptic, 80, 3-5.
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Of all the so-called evidence that has been presented in support of human settlement in New Zealand before the second millennium, only a set of radiocarbon-dated rat bones has appeared scientifically credible. Now even that is coming under close scrutiny.
This article has been published in the journal: New Zealand Skeptic. Used with permission.