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(Mother Nature Network)   If you don't think there are UFOs buried beneath the Egyptian pyramids, then explain how ancient Egyptian jewelry came from outer space?   (mnn.com) divider line 25
    More: Interesting, Egyptian pyramids, Egyptian, Egyptian jewelry, Journal of Archaeological Science, Open University, Institute of Archaeology  
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2013-08-20 04:03:41 PM
Everything came from outer space
 
2013-08-20 04:04:20 PM
My hair is a bird.
 
2013-08-20 04:04:25 PM
gee you're right

there are only 2 possible answers to any question
 
2013-08-20 04:04:35 PM
Why is an Egyptian bead taster than an Earth bead?
 
2013-08-20 04:05:30 PM
I can explain this because I read it somewhere earlier today.
 
2013-08-20 04:05:43 PM
Gravity?


/stargate
 
2013-08-20 04:07:19 PM

HailRobonia: Why is an Egyptian bead taster than an Earth bead?


It's a little meteor!

/Address all complaints to the Monsanto corporation
 
2013-08-20 04:07:20 PM
Stargate.

/slashes don't cout as input double U
 
2013-08-20 04:07:48 PM
im-not-saying-its-aliens.jpg
 
2013-08-20 04:09:28 PM
The alien conspiracy nuts are more obnoxious than Jehovah's Witnesses.
 
2013-08-20 04:10:12 PM
In summation, the interesting part isn't that the beads are made of meteorites, it's that someone had the black smithing technology to craft with such harm metal well before Egypt's Iron Age.
 
2013-08-20 04:10:16 PM

the_sidewinder: HailRobonia: Why is an Egyptian bead taster than an Earth bead?

It's a little meteor!

/Address all complaints to the Monsanto corporation


Dear Monsanto corporation,

Where do you get off? Making your puns and displaying them? Where do you get off?

I'm sure by now you have realized that I am a fan of your product and have nothing negative to say to you.

Sincerely,
Mike_d85
Dictated, not read.
 
2013-08-20 04:14:12 PM

Nemo's Brother: The alien conspiracy nuts are more obnoxious than Jehovah's Witnesses.


I dunno. I think they're a little more fun. Plus, they aren't knocking on my door.
 
2013-08-20 04:14:29 PM

Nemo's Brother: The alien conspiracy nuts are more obnoxious than Jehovah's Witnesses.


Jealous much?
 
2013-08-20 04:15:05 PM
Silly Subby! UFOs aren't buried beneath the pyramids; the pyramids themselves are ships!
 
2013-08-20 04:16:34 PM
In 1911, nine tube-shaped beads were excavated from an ancient cemetery. . . Inside the tomb, which belonged to a teenage boy...

Oh god, whatever you do, don't test what's inside the tubes!
 
2013-08-20 04:19:10 PM
If you don't think you probably believe all sorts of nonsenses.
 
2013-08-20 04:21:16 PM
I think what drives me more nutty than anything about this sort of thing is archeologist's want and need to dig up these tombs to start with.  They were created 1000's of years ago so that the person in question could spend eternity at rest.  This is all fine and well until a bunch of us westerneres come in with our shovels and brushes and dig them up!  Just so we can say, "ooooh...  Pretty jewels."

My goodness, people, let the dead rest as intended.
 
2013-08-20 04:23:30 PM
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2013-08-20 04:23:52 PM

Nemo's Brother: The alien conspiracy nuts are more obnoxious than Jehovah's Witnesses.


What about Jovian Witnesses?

www.mupso.com
 
2013-08-20 04:27:52 PM

Nemo's Brother: The alien conspiracy nuts are more obnoxious than Jehovah's Witnesses.


Are you questioning the existance of Xenu?
 
2013-08-20 04:28:03 PM

durbnpoisn: I think what drives me more nutty than anything about this sort of thing is archeologist's want and need to dig up these tombs to start with.  They were created 1000's of years ago so that the person in question could spend eternity at rest.  This is all fine and well until a bunch of us westerneres come in with our shovels and brushes and dig them up!  Just so we can say, "ooooh...  Pretty jewels."

My goodness, people, let the dead rest as intended.


Yeah, can you imagine the shiat storm that would erupt if someone started digging up graves in Vatican city? or your neighborhood church?
 
2013-08-20 04:37:26 PM

durbnpoisn: I think what drives me more nutty than anything about this sort of thing is archeologist's want and need to dig up these tombs to start with.  They were created 1000's of years ago so that the person in question could spend eternity at rest.  This is all fine and well until a bunch of us westerneres come in with our shovels and brushes and dig them up!  Just so we can say, "ooooh...  Pretty jewels."

My goodness, people, let the dead rest as intended.


Most tombs in ancient Egypt were robbed well before there were complex cultures in Europe.  The Egyptians* were so into robbing tombs there must have been an Oklahoma Land Rush-esque starting line every time a pharaoh got interred.  The thing that made Tut so impressive was that it was actually stocked - and that itself was a re-do after people stole it blind the first time before the body was cold. If a mummy's curse was real, Anubis would have blown through Egypt worse than drunk Yahweh in a speedboat.


* Unless Basques were trotting across the desert, the only people in position to rob the things were Egyptians
 
2013-08-20 04:42:10 PM

Unoriginal_Username: durbnpoisn: I think what drives me more nutty than anything about this sort of thing is archeologist's want and need to dig up these tombs to start with.  They were created 1000's of years ago so that the person in question could spend eternity at rest.  This is all fine and well until a bunch of us westerneres come in with our shovels and brushes and dig them up!  Just so we can say, "ooooh...  Pretty jewels."

My goodness, people, let the dead rest as intended.

Yeah, can you imagine the shiat storm that would erupt if someone started digging up graves in Vatican city? or your neighborhood church?


Actually, they have done several archeological digs in and around Rome/Vatican City which resulted in digging up tombs.  Plus, you don't even want to know how often this or that saint got dug up, trotted off, then re-interred - just to get moved when some church managed to win the We Want Moar Bonz! jackpot

/And the less said about Pope Formosus' battles with post-breathing eviction the better
 
2013-08-20 05:00:12 PM

phalamir: Most tombs in ancient Egypt were robbed well before there were complex cultures in Europe. The Egyptians* were so into robbing tombs there must have been an Oklahoma Land Rush-esque starting line every time a pharaoh got interred. The thing that made Tut so impressive was that it was actually stocked - and that itself was a re-do after people stole it blind the first time before the body was cold. If a mummy's curse was real, Anubis would have blown through Egypt worse than drunk Yahweh in a speedboat.


Seems as if I saw a documentary on this very subject, and one suggestion was that the person who took over the throne would be behind the tomb robbing.  They said it was well known the previous king was buried with lots of gold, and whomever took over the throne would send their troops in, open the tomb and reclaim the riches for the living king.

/no historian here, but doesn't seem that far fetched
 
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