Bosnian pyramids carbon dating

The findings would be consistent with initial field observations noted in the Geological Report, and also recent excavations on site.The results appear consistent with what would be expected from an artificial structure – lesser density materials, porosity, internal cavities/chambers, hallways etc. The results of core drilling, test-well sinking and limited trenching in August and October 2005, with a follow-up in 20, have confirmed prior observations and, revealed that the surface of the pyramids is comprised of layered sandstone and breccia blocks, which have been manually processed and/or cut to fit the required dimensions.All of the aforementioned hills exhibit triangular sides and some have elements of stairs and step features on the sides with flat plateaus on the top.In the case of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, three out of four sides exhibit evidence of geometric features.

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Amer Smailbegovic), indicated that there are five hills which show apparent geospatial anomalies where two or more sides are triangular.The North side of the BPS is oriented towards stellar North (like the Great Pyramid of Egypt), in parallel with the position of the North Star.The results of the thermal inertia obtained from ASTER thermal detector (resolution 60m) suggest that the observed targets may be comprised of less consolidated material and tend to “cool faster” respective to their surroundings (presumed denser).Even though such elements occur in nature, it is rarely, if ever, a precise shape and rarely replicated on opposite sides of a mound.

In this case, two sides are equilateral triangles, with well- defined sides.The binding agent found between the sandstone blocks suggest the presence of a “clastic breccia,” a multicolored conglomerate comprised out of gravel, sandstone and shale with a connective matrix or cement composed of sandy carbon particles of quartz, feldspar and flakes of mica.

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