TROOF n.: The truth with substantial proof to accompany the aforementioned truth. TROOF is portmanteau or a combination of the words truth and proof; not a mispronunciation of the word truth as alluded to by many that do not know how to truly or creatively interpret the English language. In laymens terms the truth + proof= TROOF
According to historical accounts, America was discovered by Christopher Columbus. The troof is, no place can be discovered if there were already people living there.