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Old 19-04-2014, 08:38 PM   #401
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no it is not in german, they speak english, how could you miss that???
Probably because, in the section I looked at, no English was being spoken.

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1:02: "We made analysis in ... a very expensive machine." Highly scientific.

1:20: "The Technical Director told me" Why isn't there a written report to back up this claim?

1:40: List of minerals. In fact, a quick google will show up dozens of rock samples around the world containing all of these minerals in the same rock.

2:25 "Factory & Institute in Prague". Why are neither named? Or is the 'factory & institute' a single entity, even?

2:45: Again, weasel words. Avoiding explaining the methodology used, while using scientific-sounding phrases with zero substance.

Also, why is David Vitek (an IT specialist from what I can tell) presenting this, and not the person who conducted the analysis (from other reports around the internet, this appears to be a person called Pavel RoubĂ­ček - who does seem to be a geopolymer scientist)? I'd be interested to see the conclusions of the written report, rather than hearsay about results obtained from 'a very expensive machine'...
Thank you for this, Phar Out.

I think a scientific report would be much better than a YouTube video, whether in German or in English, claiming results from 'a very expensive machine'.
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Old 09-03-2015, 05:35 PM   #402
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That post about the fort is spot on. They've utterly distorted the truth with the 'convenient' caveat that since it is a 'restored' fort it can't be excavated.
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Old 09-03-2015, 07:18 PM   #403
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That post about the fort is spot on. They've utterly distorted the truth with the 'convenient' caveat that since it is a 'restored' fort it can't be excavated.
The reason that the fortress of Visoki can't be excavated is that it is a mediaeval fortress and recognised archaeological site.
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Old 20-03-2015, 02:35 PM   #404
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The reason that the fortress of Visoki can't be excavated is that it is a mediaeval fortress and recognised archaeological site.
No one ever care about preserve this medieval fortress as an important archaeological site before the Bosnian pyramids hypothesis! Only when the pyramid of the sun foundation attempt to dig on that area, they hasten to rebuild the walls of this totally forgotten place. For what? Since this was not even a good archaeological restoration work, they just cement the walls, make it look like more of a contemporaneous construction then a medieval architecture, totally damaging the identity of this so called "recognized archaeological site".
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Old 25-03-2015, 02:33 PM   #405
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No one ever care about preserve this medieval fortress as an important archaeological site before the Bosnian pyramids hypothesis! Only when the pyramid of the sun foundation attempt to dig on that area, they hasten to rebuild the walls of this totally forgotten place. For what? Since this was not even a good archaeological restoration work, they just cement the walls, make it look like more of a contemporaneous construction then a medieval architecture, totally damaging the identity of this so called "recognized archaeological site".
Not true.

The site was protected as a National Monument of Bosnia & Herzegovina in March 2004 - over a year before Osmanagich visited Visoko for the first time. It had been added to the Provisional List for National Monument status in 1999. Plans for the reconstruction of the fort were initially drawn up in 2003.

The site was excavated in 1954 and 1976, and a big book about it was published in 1984.

The site was also featured on BiH's 1KM stamps from 2004-ish, again before Osmanagich turned up.
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