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Author Topic: Adding the old to the new.  (Read 4159 times)

Offline raburgeson

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Adding the old to the new.
« on: January 21, 2015, 12:56:42 AM »
When I read an article and it stands out in a special way I flag it. Here is one article from the past that still exists on the net.

Now you may wonder why I bring this to attention because it's way out there. There is a good reason, read about the gemstones that are very heavy. Then take a look at this.

It seems that gems and probably other rocks can be in the form we are unaware of here at the surface. Are they doing the same thing at the India-Chinese border. What technological advantage is there to having these. Do they act as memory? A superior electronic clock perhaps? Energy production? Many other things I can think of but, what about the things I can't think of?

Is the governments paying high prices to these space pirate pricks or are they charging them good and high for the minerals?

Well read it and post something, prove to me that some of you out there are capable of thought.