The C14 radio carbon dating confirm: The Bosnian "Moon" Pyramid was build 10,000 years ago!

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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 03:25 PM
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The history books could be rewritten soon.The latest Test, with C14 radiocarbon dating, on a adhesive material of organic nature, found during excavations under The "Pyramid of the Moon" in Bosnia, confirm that the manufact was build more than 10,000 years ago!
It has been the greatest archaeological plan of 2010 with more than 500 coming volunteers and 45 professionals archeologists from the European and international countries (Italy, Spain, France, Hungary, Croatia, Malaysia, Egypt....)



www.jutarnji.hr...
Google translation:

During the intense activities it is collected of the organic material that coming from the pyramids, so as to be able to determine the age of the same ones. “In one of the diggings carried out in the Pyramid of the Moon" we have found of the adhesive material of organic nature, and we have sent it to Gliwicame (in Poland) in order to carry out the test of the dating to the radiocarbon, at the Institute of Technology of Slesia. The age is calculated of approximately 10,35 thousand years. This changes our vision of Europe and the age of the first advanced civilizations.


The video of the conference at Svavonski Brod.
Bosniac language but english slides.



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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 03:36 PM
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star and flag


there are many people who doubt that these are really pirimids
imho
these are pirimids but the 10,000 years has hidden them from us
thinking about the recent thread about satalite mapping using ir
i think this could be confirmed from space

and you are right this will if uncovered change the acepted history of the world

anything that does not fit will be surpressed
and has been for decades
proof on this size will unlock the other surpressed sites around the world


its looks to me as if this man who rediscovered these pirimids had listened
he would have givin up years ago

this really shows that 1 man with purpose can change the world

thanks OP

xploder


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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 03:37 PM
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As many here know I'm an "outside the Box" Early man/Ancient Monument builders etc enthusiast but...

This doesn't really confirm anything other than the material itself that they tested is 10,000+ years old. Until the entire site is thoroughly investigated and excavated it's all speculation and conjecture IMO. I'll admit, the site is very interesting and I'd love nothing more for them to be proven to be what many have speculated them to be.

A. Pyramids/Temples

and

B. As ancient as many believe them to be.

So where does this leave us?
In time more shall be revealed one way or the other.
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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 03:40 PM
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One bad thread after another.


There is no 'Bosnian pyramid.'

Why don't you post a few images of the 'pyramid' to illustrate your OP? Why no links to the research that supports the existence of 'Bosnian pyramids?'

Is it because the 'pyramids' are natural hills? Osmanagic hasn't a leg to stand on in his claims of pyramids.



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 03:47 PM
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I love this. I saw this on "Bad Archaelogy" website like a year ago. I wonder why? Maybe because the guy heading these findings lacks credentials? Hmm either way I'm pretty excited to see what he finds and I don't think that he is "ruining historical sites" as some might say.


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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 03:50 PM
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One bad thread after another.


One bad comment after another




There is no 'Bosnian pyramid.


Your blind presumption and excessive self-esteem do not make to see you beyond your nose.




Why don't you post a few images of the 'pyramid' to illustrate your OP? Why no links to the research that supports the existence of 'Bosnian pyramids?'


Posted the video of the claim of Dr. Osmanagic at the Slavonski Brod convention, Sergeant!


As usual a personal attak: nothing more and nothing less from you....

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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 03:54 PM
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Organic adhesive holding blocks together? I've never had organic chemistry so I can't say, but if someone who has can explain what this means, I've appreciate it. I can't imagine anything other than cement holding blocks together, and I don't think cement is organic.

This archeologist is controversial. I'm really not sure he can be trusted. And, he does not say he believes the pyramid was man made. He said he only uses the word pyramid to refer to it that way due to its shape. That's what I read on wikipedia anyway. So, it could just be a big hill in the shape of a pyramid, with, uhh, 10,000 year-old goop stuck between the...whatever.



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 04:03 PM
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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 04:07 PM
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Thanks for this!

We stay tuned on it!
Please let me know your update!
Stars.
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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 04:08 PM
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Originally posted by daynight42
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Organic adhesive holding blocks together? I've never had organic chemistry so I can't say, but if someone who has can explain what this means, I've appreciate it. I can't imagine anything other than cement holding blocks together, and I don't think cement is organic.

This archeologist is controversial. I'm really not sure he can be trusted. And, he does not say he believes the pyramid was man made. He said he only uses the word pyramid to refer to it that way due to its shape. That's what I read on wikipedia anyway. So, it could just be a big hill in the shape of a pyramid, with, uhh, 10,000 year-old goop stuck between the...whatever.


Not an expert but I'm guessing mud, moss, grass and such.


Kinda like huts or log houses.

Maybe?



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 04:16 PM
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Not only cement...

This is an exemple and abstract from a company that trade on Buildings materials :

The adhesive creates contact between the substrate and the material to be laid.
The different characteristics of the adhesives and bonding agents we offer you arise from the different needs of the substrate and the material to be laid (ceramic tiles, porcelain stoneware, klinker, terra cotta, natural stone, glassy mosaics), the thickness to be built, the intended use of the premises (non-industrial buildings, industrial floors, raised floors, swimming pools, façades and high traffic areas).
All adhesives possess the requirements established by the strictest international quality and safety directives.



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 04:18 PM
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Awesome. I'm definitely keeping an eye on these. Just wish I had the money to travel there and see them for myself.



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 04:34 PM
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Originally posted by Arken
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One bad thread after another.

One bad comment after another



There is no 'Bosnian pyramid.

Your blind presumption and excessive self-esteem do not make to see you beyond your nose.

Perhaps you'd like to investigate a little further. Wishes do not morph into facts because of your belief. As such, you are merely embarrassing yourself.en.wikipedia.org...
Could there be datable organic material available? Maybe...but even so, as they say in the trade, "One date is no date". Not to mention that context is everything. But I wouldn't belittle someone who attempts to throw some science at a leap of faith.



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 04:46 PM
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Originally posted by daynight42
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Organic adhesive holding blocks together? I've never had organic chemistry so I can't say, but if someone who has can explain what this means, I've appreciate it. I can't imagine anything other than cement holding blocks together, and I don't think cement is organic.


If it contains carbon compounds (with the exception being carbonate), it's organic. Nothing to do with the "naturalness" of the material. Even plastics are organic compounds/substances
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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 05:20 PM
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Yeah I bet you did. I also bet the people who create/hype these stories up for revenue wish you could afford a holiday as well.

Pyramids made by mud and grass and poop, wow, the builders of that pyramid must have been bright?

Pyramids in Egypt is a different ballpark all together.



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 05:59 PM
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Oh my this nonsense continues.

Osmie keeps trying and still cannot find any real proof. It is best to take propanganda from him with a grain of salt the size of Gibraltar.

Sad to see real sites and a historic cultural heritage used so poorly to puff up his ego and make money.




This archeologist is controversial.


He is no archaeologist he is metal worker and fringe writer
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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 06:09 PM
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They're not pyramids so what's the point in carbon dating material from a natural hill formation? For all we know he carbon dated a 10,000 year-old dog turd from some hunter-gatherer tribe.

The subject of these pyramids has been debunked many times before. It's well known that paleolithic hunters occupied these lands since the last glacial maximum, with remains found of open-air camps with simple stone tools, hearths, and animal remains. There is no sign of a civilization capable of building three large pyramids (which Osmanagich claims are bigger than those at Giza), no quarries, nothing. This "organic adhesive compound", if it was used as a mortar, would require several hundred thousand tons to build a similar sized pyramid to those at Giza. (The GP alone took 500,000 tons of mortar). Multiply that by 3 pyramids, you would need at least 1.5 million tons of such material. Where was this much material extracted from? There's no sign of quarries for this let alone all the block to build 3 massive pyramids.



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 06:19 PM
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Howdy Blackmarketeer

Agree with you completely on the Bosnians hills!

The last time we had a discussion it was on the DAI reports on Baalbek - have you had a chance to look at that report and what they said about the pre-Roman foundation they found under one of the temples?



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 06:48 PM
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Yes. A necessary observation that shouldn't be necessary, but, alas, it in in these days of brown dwarfs warping our planetary into unholy alignments. We need to stamp on brush fires quickly..

Since humans have existed for a long time as has "organic materials," we can make zero conclusions from these determinations. Why trees have existed for almost that long too!



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 06:58 PM
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Sorry Arken but 2 things bug me...

C14 radio carbon dating = complete crap

Bosnian pyramids = theory, nothing more

Where are the megalithic stones?





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