1500 - 2000 year old ancient artifact discovered

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1500 - 2000 year old ancient artifact discovered

Post Number:#1  Postby Alan Hassell » Fri Jun 25, 2010 5:19 pm

Well it might come as a big suprise but its finally happened.
A group of dedicated researchers not connected with Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett took their research seriously and it led them to discover something of immense historical value.

The artifact estimated at 1500 to 2000 years old, to be confirmed and authenticated by Carbon 14 dating is unique and one of a kind.

The finders expect to make millions from the book they intend to publish in the near future so they are not revealing too much at the moment.

Proper procedures have to be taken to ensure academics dont attempt to steal their discoveries, which has happened in the past.

the point is any member of this forum could of taken alan hassell seriously and had they followed Alan Wilsons 8 published books, they could of been the lucky finders. with the possibility of even making millions from film rights too.

What these guys found proves beyond reasonable doubt that what Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett wrote was 100% correct through diligent research.

It will be released to the public eventually but there are legal things to do first so they can legally claim the find as theirs.

To the disbelievers::::: hehehe tough bloody luck you had your chance and blew it
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Re: 1500 - 2000 year old ancient artifact discovered

Post Number:#2  Postby mrjimsfc » Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:45 am

Of course there are a bunch of us who have never even heard of these guys. :roll:
"Nobody wants to listen to the voice of reason when there's a good hysteria to be had. Humans are like that."
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Re: 1500 - 2000 year old ancient artifact discovered

Post Number:#3  Postby geogeek » Thu Oct 21, 2010 4:02 am

If you can't find your glasses or your keys when you pressed the edge of late, go look in the mirror and open your hands. BTW, do you have oil in and for your lamp?
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