How about the alleged evidence that some Egyptian mummies were found to have traces of cocaine and tobacco in their residual tissue? What about Hyerdahl? Certainly under the right conditions, it seems that reed boats could have made the trip either way! Even without sails, it seems the conveyor belt of currents, lends itself to automatic transport in either direction. All one needed was enough fresh water, and enough food for the trip. Luck is all that was needed!
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