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Topic # 173421 22-May-2015 13:45
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https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ancient-technology#/story

 

Hoytelous Jones has discovered the technology that ancient Egyptians utilized to construct the pyramids.

I thought that was ramps and slaves, but I guess I was wrong.

 

I'm raising capital to establish a developing technologies organization and to demonstrate the existence of this ancient technology. 

 

I've conversed with a patent attorney to ensure that the technology doesn't exist.

 

An ancient technology that doesn't exist.... riiiiight!

 

$33USD raised by 5 people in 4 days

Riiiight!

Mercifully, no-one has signed up to pay $10,000 to see a demonstration of this technology. Yet.

Still $2,749,967 short of his goal.


 


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  Reply # 1309906 22-May-2015 13:50
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OK He has discovered the technology that the Egyptians used. Hmmm then he says "I've conversed with a patent attorney to ensure that the technology doesn't exist."  OK does it exist or it does not exist? If he has "discovered the technology that the Egyptians used" then he is contradictory
and if it exist like originally postulated then why a Patent Attorney?... prior art etc





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  Reply # 1309910 22-May-2015 13:57
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It is flexible funding, so even tho the target is 2.5M, he will get anything that is contributed at the end of the campaign - genius.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1309917 22-May-2015 14:06
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I didn't know you could patent slaves??

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  Reply # 1309921 22-May-2015 14:11
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doesn't he know the History channel has already solved it, it was the Aliens





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  Reply # 1309923 22-May-2015 14:14
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A real boon for all those pyramid construction projects planned and going on at the moment.

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  Reply # 1309926 22-May-2015 14:19
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I know the tech already....   "Gullibility"





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  Reply # 1309927 22-May-2015 14:21
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xpd: I know the tech already....   "Gullibility"



Did you know that if you say the word 'gullible' very slowly, it sounds like 'orange'?

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  Reply # 1309955 22-May-2015 15:12
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lxsw20: I didn't know you could patent slaves??


Ha. No longer I am afraid. Life would be so much easier if you could!





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  Reply # 1309994 22-May-2015 16:54
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BlueShift:
xpd: I know the tech already....   "Gullibility"



Did you know that if you say the word 'gullible' very slowly, it sounds like 'orange'?


Bugger!






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  Reply # 1309995 22-May-2015 17:02
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frankv: Hoytelous Jones has discovered the technology that ancient Egyptians utilized to construct the pyramids.

 


I thought that was ramps and slaves, but I guess I was wrong...


It is now widely accepted that that the pyramid builders were not slaves. They were volunteers.




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  Reply # 1310021 22-May-2015 17:42
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frankv: Hoytelous Jones has discovered the technology that ancient Egyptians utilized to construct the pyramids.

 


I thought that was ramps and slaves, but I guess I was wrong...


It is now widely accepted that that the pyramid builders were not slaves. They were volunteers.


Ah yes, just as each of us here is voluntarily giving our hard-earned taxes to the Govt.smile


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frankv:
Sideface:It is now widely accepted that that the pyramid builders were not slaves. They were volunteers.

 



Ah yes, just as each of us here is voluntarily giving our hard-earned taxes to the Govt.smile



They were volunteers who were fed and housed by the government (the pharoah).
You can't get that in New Zealand smile




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Sideface:
frankv:
Sideface:It is now widely accepted that that the pyramid builders were not slaves. They were volunteers.

 



Ah yes, just as each of us here is voluntarily giving our hard-earned taxes to the Govt.smile



They were volunteers who were fed and housed by the government (the pharoah).
You can't get that in New Zealand smile


About 10,000 prisoners disagree.

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I think it's a pyramid scheme.

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  Reply # 1310069 22-May-2015 19:19
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Sideface:They were volunteers who were fed and housed by the government (the pharoah).

 

You can't get that in New Zealand smile


About 10,000 prisoners disagree.


Posthumously?

"The Egyptians started building the Great Pyramid of Giza on August 23, 2470 B.C., according to controversial new research that attempts to place an exact date on the start of the ancient construction project."

Egypt Unwrapped: The Pyramid Code - National Geographic Channel




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