First recall that the Atlantean copper fleet sailed every year from Bimini to the isle of Lewis and did this from at least 2500 BC through 1159 BC. That was a period of at least 1250 years. During that same period deer husbandry arose in Georgia, Ireland and surely Scotland.. Now you know what you are looking at in this item. This just happens to be an increasingly secure snippet of the global Atlantean Bronze Age.
This is very good news actually. It establishes significant Atlantic seamanship beginning around 3100 BC which is seven hundred years before the apex of the European Bronze Age and the building of the Great Pyramid in 2400 BC.
Such seamanship was making use of large open vessels rigged much the same way as a viking ship. Shipping took place during the summer months and involved catching the Gulf Stream out from the shores of Georgia and then running before the wind until the latitude of Ireland was reached. Most times is is a short fast trip in great weather.
Deep sea Shipping had to precede the full scale copper trade that allowed the Great pyramid to be built.
Most Brits probably read the article and were impressed by the skill of the geneticists. By breakfast time the next morning, they had forgotten the article and moved on to more important things, like the big football (soccer) game coming up between Wales and England.