The History Channel has a new series that is very interesting, ′America Unearthed′, hosted by forensic geologist, Scott Wolter. He is also the president of American Petrographic Services, the working end of a new branch of science Wolter has invented – Archeopetrography. A scientific process for dating and categorizing unusual and mysterious artifacts and locations. In the premier episode which aired last Friday on the so-called Mayan Doomsday, Wolter presented a good argument that the Mayans had established settlements in the United States, mainly in Florida and Georgia. He also may have solved the mystery of some alien-like skulls found in Mexico. Last night’s episode examined a ′rune stone′ from Arizona marked in Medieval English that may indicate a European visitor well before Columbus. Next week Friday, the H2 series investigates whether or not ancient Minoan miners sailed from the Mediterranean to the shores of Lake Superior in Michigan′s Upper Peninsula to mine for copper. Pretty wild stuff!