John Hubbard 
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Re: “Scientists have unearthed ancient artifacts that are upending the history of mankind

One idea that we tossed around in school, and I apologize that I cannot remember its origins, was that clovis points might have been a "socketed" hunting point. Insinuating that the hunter carried one or two spear shafts, not 10, and bagged numerous clovis points as ammo. This would indicate the the spear was not thrown if it was possible, rather, detachable socketed clovis points were left in the game animal to cause tissue damage and the hunter was able to easily reload, similar to a modern bullet. This would also indicate use on large game and family hunting strategy.

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Posted by John Hubbard on July 2, 2015 at 4:44 PM
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