posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 01:04 PM
reply to post by Novalis
Let me get this straight; you pine for the days when colorful characters of feverish delusion spent their hours and days competing for attention in
arguing the finer points of whatever fraudulent finery of utterly fabricated nonsense with intelligent wit, charm, and humor?
If you can find a flux capacitor on eBay, and own a vehicle that can get up to 88mph, all your problems could be solved.
As for this supposed underground pyramid, could you please enlighten us on the benefits of building a pyramid underground?
At what depth does the ground soil hit bedrock in that area?
I could be wrong, but, that area was inundated with miles thick Glaciation scouring pretty much everything down to bedrock and staying there for
awhile after the last Ice Age. Further the ending of said Ice Age does not equate to really anything up around Alaska getting to the point of being
ice-free for several hundreds of years, if not thousands, leaving nothing but barren solid rock behind, requiring even more thousands of years to
build up any sort of depth in soil enough to bury just a body.
How far can you dig in modern Alaska before hitting bedrock, much less covering up and burying to any kind of satisfactory depth something the size of
or larger than the Great Pyramid?
edit on 27-7-2012 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)