While it would be way, way cool if these "structures" were bona fide ancient man made monuments, anyone with a critical mind should spot all the tell
tale signs in the linked article.
It's so full of guff that i shall just highlight a few and not waste my time any further.
"New Era Times" being the ultimate source hardly has credibilty..
Then there are the scientists/writers in question, and the way their statements are worded and subsequently mis interpreted for maximum effect:
From the initial OP posted source, deriving from NewEraTimes:
Results released by the Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy of chemical and diffractometry laboratory analysis done on sandstone and
conglomerate blocks taken from the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun show that the samples are an inert material with a binding, similar to that found in
ancient Roman concrete. These results were confirmed by analysis on the samples done at the University of Zenica,Bosnia-Herzegovina.
This does not say man made by any stretch of the imagination
In a separate independent test, Professor Joseph Davidovits, renowned French Scientist, member of the International Association of Egyptologists and
author confirms this claim. “I performed electron microscopic analysis of the sample and I propose the geopolymer chemistry that was used to make
this is ancient concrete,”
he can discern that it is not modern concrete, but more like the technique used by the Egyptians 3500 years ago.” In his book,The Pyramids: an
again, not stating that it is man made, but making a simile which is quite different - he is also selling a book and seems to be making a cloudy
stayement that folk who want to believe can get all het up about, yet gives him plausible deniability. His credentials as a member on the
International Association of Egyptologists?
It's not hard to join.
IAE Application form
I qualify via my Archaeology degree and further related studies as well as my long standing friendship with an Egyptian former colleague who studied
Egyptology in Cairo and worked on the Giza Plateau for about six years before moving to the UK. I know as much about Pyramids as the average reader
here (but maybe in a calmer fashion) yet could use my membership to imply i'm an expert.
The research on pyramid technology has long suspected that pyramid energy involvesscience and machinery far more advanced than what we currently have
today. Christopher Dunn, author of The Giza Power Plant, published in 1996 explains that the pyramids were ancient energy machines
Nuff said, by all means explore stuff and be open minded, but he does not lend credibilty to any claim and has a vested financial interest in this.
The given facts at the bottom of the page are unsubstantiated hyperbole too, and the excavation at the site, well covered elsewhere is a joke, using a
methodology more reminiscent of the Antiquarians who stripped the megalithic tombs of the UK in search of treasure. Archaeologists look at the site
and blanche because it is so amateur, disorganised and slapdash.
If there is any evidence, they are destroying it and removing all context. The only reason that a qualified Archy like Osmanagich would do this is to
deliberately cover up the fact that he has squat to prove his grand claims.
What if this fool is destroying real evidence of genuinely groundbreaking stone age discoveries that dont sell to the boggle eyed masses so well? ever
thought of that?
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