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Originally posted by Marduk
you don't say anything
but when I reply
considering you've been around for years
considering you've been around for years why is it you've only built up the pathetically small score of 141 points so far
i do more than that daily
I have provided both links and logical discussion
perhaps in future you could stay on ignore permanently
you and trhe rest of your pseudoscientific mob seem to get banned with regular frequency
Originally posted by d60944
In an attempt to drag this back on topic, I was wondering about the well to the north of the sphinx on the Giza plateau. I have seen a few sites stating that this is an Artesian Well. If it is one, then it gives a picture of the geology of the area. The problem I am finding is that I can find no reference to this well on any websites except those pushing the agenda of the site quoted in the first post of this thread, which mentions it the most.
I wonder if anyone knows what kind of well this actually is (if it really exists). The closest I can find are the references to shafts on the site here, but flooded shafts are not the same as artesian wells (or normal wells for that matter, as they would not demonstrate the type of aquafer):
Anyway, just throwing in some unformed ideas.
[edit on 22-11-2006 by d60944]
Originally posted by JOHNNYMURDER
I've been around for years...I went under a different name...Went travelling for a while....came back on.
Hopefully that puts it all to rest and we get on the with business of doing business.
You get people like Marduk everywhere, provokers, but I'm sure under the arrogance he's interested in the subject or he wouldn't be here.
So I agree...stick to topics and try and ignore the trolls.