posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 08:14 PM
Click here to see how the opening of the time capsule
may play out
Still wondering what it might be, it's like having a terrible song stuck in my head and I can't quit singing the chorus all day...
It does seem that 1 of the wax seals has been broken, but, from my display, the other wax seal seems intact. Must be good wax, I would have thought it
to lose all moisture over a century and flake off, nearly on it's own. Then again, I am no wax whiz.
It must have been in a place where it could easily be accessed, since it was almost discarded as garbage a couple times.
Also, it seems there would be little to no general wear or wrinkling of the envelope if it were truly secured properly, like in a safe. It does have
more wear and wrinkling on the surface of the envelope and especially on the edges.
Once again, I am no expert on anything I just mentioned, I just hope no one became dumber as a result of reading my posts...
Is it me or does it seem like people from centuries ago had the best handwriting skills ever, especially when compared to modern handwriting?
Most modern versions of cursive writing are bad jokes compared to the handwriting seen from those of times past. It just seems like the average
person's handwriting back then makes today's average handwriting look like it was written while operating a jaq hammer.... or just maybe they were
actually taught something in school back then.
edit on 23-8-2012 by esteay812 because: insert time capsule video link