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You don't get that this sarcophagus would not survive 800 million years, intact,
found a two-meter marble casket amazingly precise mechanical manufacture.
Have you bothered to do any kind of research on this at all?
You're speaking as if it's all true despite there being a handful of sources saying the exact same thing,
one of which is banned here for spouting so much BS.
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: Informer1958
I did elaborate.
Obviously you don't know how coal is formed, there is massive amounts of pressure involved.
A 10 foot thick seam of peat is needed to form a 1 foot seam of coal.
This sarcophagus was found within a 20 metre seam of coal.
SO yes it could easily survive that pressure but to be intact and not broken the mechanical strength of the container would be interesting, remember you can stand on a tray of egg's if they are upright.
originally posted by: Informer1958
What I want to know is what happened to the girl in the coffin and what did the scientist discover? Why was their work never published?
What was the composition of the pink-blue liquid?
This should refutes the "Darwinian theory" of the origin of man from apes.
Well ATS, what are your opinions, and theories on this interesting topic?
Yes I have, and I just provided evidence of bodies preserved for thousands of years perfectly.
You do not know if anyone was banned and for what reason, and what does that have to do with the OP?
I believe they must have done some kind of carbon test to come to those conclusions.