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originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: Harte
Are you sure it can be checked out and proven that Steen McIntyre stole that data, I for one think that is a load of Hooey and yes I was at first taken aback by it but now suspect it is merely a whitewash with people like yourself merely quoting dubious sources to back up your claims of superior intellectual right on the matter which in fact you most certainly do not have.
Here is another site you hate but it is quoting an article from Harpers Magazine in the 1970's from an interview with the lady in Question whose career in the field WAS most certainly damaged, I mean you would not hire her would you, she would probably disagree with you or find something out you did not want the rest of us to know about.
Once again Come off it Harte.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: Guyfriday
You need to complete the sentance pal. LoL
What i said was "a civilization that seems to have sprung up from nowhere somewhat fully formed".
Which Egypts First dynasty seems to kind of have done if the history books are to be beleved.
The Pyramids are impressive, at least i find them impressive
Sorry Phage i have to have you on this one , metorite iron cant be forged it just keeps cracking up at malable temprtures.
After a slow start and a couple of attempts, in a coal fired hearth, to get the feel for it. I found it best to work by keeping to a high temperature and not allowing it to cool too much, it was quite manageable.
I first forged it into a small rectangular bar, Manipulated it to the rquired shape, cut off the excess which I also used to make a pendant for the clients daughter, and then formed the shape by bending the bar on edge and punched a small hole through the tail end of the dipper. The position of the seven stars were then stamped into the item, and a light clean up undertaken with a file and emery cloth.
if Tuts dagger was a meteroite, then stuff would have to be added or taken away from it.
Last year, a study using X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry determined that Tutankhamun’s dagger was made with iron containing nearly 11 percent nickel and traces of cobalt: a characteristic of extraterrestrial iron found in many of the iron meteorites that have rained down on Earth for billions of years.