posted on Apr, 7 2013 @ 12:19 PM
The wiki on "Mount Padang" lack so much.
It has been edited by someone who is not an archaeologist, or someone who edited the page just for the publicity for the site.
A serious survey is conducted in 2012 gave us many new things
This is not technical writing. Particularly, not by an archaeologist, if it was ever written by one. Archaeologists are fanatic about precise,
There is a link to a article on "The Jakarta Post" stating Beta Analytic had analyzed the samples taken from "mount padang" and found them to be
around 14,000 years old
A recent analysis of carbon-dating by the Miami-based Beta Analytic Lab has apparently validated findings by a government-sanctioned team that a
man-made structure, buried under Mount Padang in Cianjur, West Java, is older than the Giza pyramid. Carbon-dating test results from the Miami lab
show that the structure could date back to 14,000 BC or beyond.
From the wiki
Structure beyond Mount Padang structure is older than the upper stucture, but it has more advance technology. In depth of 1-4.5 meters by Beta
Analytic Radiocarbon Dating (BETA) the older (below) structure is built in 4,500 BC, wether the upper structure in 500 BC. In 4.5 meter depth there
are stones with specie which consist of 45 percent of ferrum, 15 percent of clay and the rest is silica. And even the surveyor found a 10 centimeter
Once again, a wiki article with so many typos and ugly technical writing. Yuck!!!
Where is this report from Beta Analytic??
Why hasn't the "Independent" Research "Integrated" Mount Padang Team put this radiocarbon test report to public? (by the way, i have emailed Beta
Analytic to inquire whether they had in real done any such radiocarbon testing. I hope we get a reply)
Why hasn't the reports,white papers, reports, not been submitted for peer review or even be published in archaeological journals?
One question - Where was the sample that was "tested by Beta Analytic" taken?
edit on 7/4/13 by coredrill because: to add a few more lines