weird giant skeleton in India

Is this for real or a clever internet hoax?

http://giantology.typepad.com/giantology...

I could believe that tsunamis and global warming will reveal lost cities and wooly mammoths, but this?

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Oscar's picture
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How can you make sure it is the real thing? have you searched google for additional information?

Terrence's picture
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i showed it to some guests last nite at my home

they believed it was real!

tihz_ho's picture
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Terrence wrote:

i showed it to some guests last nite at my home

they believed it was real!

Well, there you go then.

Sorry, I could not resist. haha :D

Cheers

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http://www.rationalistinternational.net/...

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I could not see the visuals on the movie on the giant link, only the naration. My pop up blocker is snatching it up I guess, I do not know. I read your post Oscar, I went to that link, I thought that was an interesting article you found. Thank you.

Good search Osc.
C

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Hi Oscar,

That's excellent research in record time. Thanks.

Bill

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Hi,

The hydepark excavation photo looks hoaxed, check the stump shade at the right top corner- it points the other way..
As for the giant bones, the local lore of giants, could well have something to do with it..either way.

" do unto others as you would have them do unto you "

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toxilogic wrote:

Hi,

The hydepark excavation photo looks hoaxed, check the stump shade at the right top corner- it points the other way..
As for the giant bones, the local lore of giants, could well have something to do with it..either way.

" do unto others as you would have them do unto you "

This is how these "mysteries" start and develop.

People who want to believe in giant humans will claim the Hydepark mastodon photos were hoaxed to cover up the giant human skeleton. Manipulation of the facts to conform to one's belief and rejecting anything that contradicts it.

The stump shadows differ because the ground around them is not level. Next time you go to the beach put some sticks in uneven sand and look at the shadows. Unfortunately there are too many people (not suggesting you) who would never do this simple proof as this would disprove their belief a photo was hoaxed because of discordant shadows.

On and on it goes where it stops... it never stops!

:)

Cheers

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Looks phony to me. But you will probably be able to find someone that will swear to it. Then again, Elvis still shows up at 7/11's in Mississippi.

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That is what I thought. From listening to the first broadcast with no visuals, it sounded like the lady could have been reading from a script, which I know they do that anyway being broadcasters, but it seemed odd to me. Also, I would think they would be able to tell if it was dino bones in the first place if they were really scientists or human type by the shape of the various body parts. If this was real, it would have a real archaeological /paleontology / anthropology team and researchers, and it would have made headlines in Nature or at least National Geographic wouldn't you think? Yes, I know National Geographic has their agenda too. I think they are manipulated as well, but I may be wrong on that.

The link that Oscar posted had a picture, you could see that it was a graphic, and I liked that it was pointed out about the shadows too.

I have an article about the Roswell Alien Autopsy. I was wondering how many people thought that was real. I knew the producer of the film and I have a story to tell. But, it is like the face on Mars. Sometimes people want to believe the research, even if evidence and the truth is out there that may contradict the theories.
C

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OK... If it's not a phony, that means that somewhere out in the Indian Ocean, there's a extremely large copralite floating out there , maybe with a little pennant sticking out of it?

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shadows

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Yeah, well, I thought that all Aussies were clean-cut, church-going, pure-as-the-driven-snow nobility. Besides, no one down there smokes mother nature either.

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I go past the church every day.
As for clean-cut, I tried to grow a beard but couldn't.
Pure as the driven snow nobility eh?
That sounds like me.
I believe what I choose to believe.
People who believe in a god do so because they choose to believe.
People who take drugs choose to take them.
I choose to believe in the seemingly impossible.
If it looks like a giant human skeleton and I can choose to believe or not, then I choose to believe.

shadows
And I think you're cute too udanax.

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26% of Aussies go to church. Noble....maybe. Clean cut, that depends on what your cutting. Smoking mother nature....you've not heard of Nimbin????????
The only foolish thing Australians do is go to the polls to vote!

DISCLAIMER: the opinions and veiws in this post are mine only and are not those of others or of TDG. Any similarities are by chance only.

udanax's picture
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I have no idea what nimbin is, but I heard you folks like yeast sandwiches....something called vegemite?

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just type...Nimbin...in google.

DISCLAIMER: the opinions and veiws in this post are mine only and are not those of others or of TDG. Any similarities are by chance only.

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I was curious to see what Nimbin was, went to Google, found a town, celebration, hemp and controversy.

Hemp has many medicinal factors. I feel it sould be legalized.
But, legalizing it would interfere with government commerce.
Drugs are a persoanl choice, what is bad about addiction to anything, no matter what it is, causes some form of hardship on others, as usually others are victims to theft, lies, and manipulation or have to be care takers if their loved one or friend does not have the ability to cope with the disease of addiction.

The government focuses on the negative factors of drugs and not the beneficial factors. I do not want to get into a debate about this though. I am just making a personal comment. My mind says some of them are OK, others are not. But, I may be wrong about the ones I think are OK anyway.

C

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the shadow wrote:

shadows

The stump shadows differ because the ground around them is not level. Next time you go to the beach put some sticks in uneven sand and look at the shadows. Unfortunately there are too many people (not suggesting you) who would never do this simple proof as this would disprove their belief a photo was hoaxed because of discordant shadows.

Cheers

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It's viral marketing for a Sony Playstation 2 game called Shadow of the Colossus (Amazon US or UK). Websites appeared with video of a giant skeleton found in Siberia, a dragon skeleton in shallow waters off a Southeast Asian island, excavations of a giant skeleton in the Middle East... it had a lot of people fooled.

Excellent game too, I highly recommend it. Original, creative, and very compelling.

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This is a very old post with no new replies?
XC

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probably yes, thats waht it is

I got new contact lenses today, don't know if they work right

I can see little bits of grass 2 miles away, but it's hard to cook at home.

Have to see (haha) the next few days.

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The cost of living has not affected its popularity.

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Wow,

Hi Earthling, you saw my post! I just came here to see if any one really read this topic everyday to see if some one posted some thing new. Your new eyes are working good.
Are your eyes OK? Are those soft ones or hard ones? I can't wear them, they bug me extremely bad. Once I tried them, they were soft ones. The assistant placed them on my eyes when my eyes were dry. She told me to wear them for 2 hours then take them off. They were stuck on my eyeballs. They felt like sand grinding in my eyes and wearing the tissue away. I could not take them off. I started crying, that did not work, but, then I really started crying because the crying did not work. My friend showed up and tried to peel them off and I was freaking out watching their fingers come at my eyeballs and touching them, I then started bawling because he was unable to peel them off. After getting hysterical and screaming and bawling for a few more minutes (over an hour of frantic torment alltogether) they were wet and loose enough for me to peel them off. I never put them on again. I have astigmatism real bad. My world view is warped/worped?

Well, I suppose back on topic now...yes, nice hoax. I remember this one. It was after the big tsunami.

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That is a symbolic representation of the big wave rolling back and exposing ground, and the big skeleton in view. Can you see what I mean?

C

Dr. Colette M. Dowell ND
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www.robertschoch.net

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Colette M. Dowell wrote:

This is a very old post with no new replies?
XC

Dr. Colette M. Dowell ND
Circular Times
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Makes me wonder why do you continue to use Dr Robert Schoch name as your domain? You could just link from your old domain to a new one.

www.collettmdowell.com is available as well as www.circulartimes.info, www.circulartimes.biz.

You don't mind if I go ahead and use them would you? ;)

Cheers

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I think it's not real. IMHO

Because it's too unlikeliness.

Although I may mistake.

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