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2022-03-28 7:18:29 AM  
Makes me want to be a treasure hunter.
 
2022-03-28 7:48:57 AM  
This "treasure" leaves me reevaluating Donald Trump's family tree:

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No need, to change my opinion of his character and ignorance though.
 
2022-03-28 8:32:04 AM  
"The chest was filled with coins dating back to between 1200 and 1600. The treasure had most likely been buried with a 13th-century ruler... " ~ How would this be possible???
 
2022-03-28 9:49:09 AM  

formerjackman: "The chest was filled with coins dating back to between 1200 and 1600. The treasure had most likely been buried with a 13th-century ruler... " ~ How would this be possible???


Well, if it's 1600, and you got a dead 13th century ruler, you bury him with your coin collection.
 
2022-03-28 10:48:24 AM  

formerjackman: "The chest was filled with coins dating back to between 1200 and 1600. The treasure had most likely been buried with a 13th-century ruler... " ~ How would this be possible???


Obama's time machine?

The Doctor and his TARDIS?

Perhaps they just left out the date qualifiers, and the presumed dates were 1600 BCE and 1200 CE. Note TFA would still have the dates in the wrong order if this is the case, but few media outlets do well with anything even vaguely scientific. Remember the Shuttle travelling at "17 times the speed of light"?

Alternate hypothesis: TFA is a half-assed attempt to mine Wiki for something to publish before the deadline.
 
2022-03-28 1:28:53 PM  
Good find on the ichthyosaur, but it didn't necessarily have to be near shore.  There's one in the middle of Nevada, in the mountains, that's preserved, near the ghost town of Berlin.  If you're in the area, stop by - it's pretty interesting.
 
2022-03-28 5:33:14 PM  
I tried this once, but I stepped on a pop-top, cut my heel and had to cruise on back home
 
2022-03-28 6:00:54 PM  
Do yourselves a favor and watch the gentlest and most calming comedy I can remember:

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2022-03-28 6:33:30 PM  
I feel bad for the Welsh guy..."that lump of gold you found on the beach? Totally must be from this specific shipwreck....hand it over" And he KNEW they were going to screw him (he hid the discovery).

I'd be buying some junk jewelry at estate sales and melting it down *wink...
 
2022-03-28 7:18:04 PM  

xrayspx: Do yourselves a favor and watch the gentlest and most calming comedy I can remember:

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Best ever! Loved that series.
 
2022-03-29 2:21:10 PM  
What about Garfield phones?
Le mystère des téléphones Garfield échoues enfin résolu
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