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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I also want to add to my statement about repatriation of all the egyptian antiquities.

If it wasn't for a possible revolution, what about natural disasters and fire...The Alexandrian library may have sound like a fine idea, but look at what happened and all that was lost when it burned.

There is no reason to move things from other countries to house them back in Egypt if they have been taking care of them properly all this time.


Well the GEM is designed to withstand, natural disasters and conflicts of war. Question is, when will it be finished? And who’s constructing it?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 1:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ranoferhotep wrote:
Calypsos wrote:
I also want to add to my statement about repatriation of all the egyptian antiquities.

If it wasn't for a possible revolution, what about natural disasters and fire...The Alexandrian library may have sound like a fine idea, but look at what happened and all that was lost when it burned.

There is no reason to move things from other countries to house them back in Egypt if they have been taking care of them properly all this time.


Well the GEM is designed to withstand, natural disasters and conflicts of war. Question is, when will it be finished? And who’s constructing it?


May I remind you that so was the Titanic (made to withstand icebergs) yet it sunk on the first encounter with one...)
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Ranoferhotep wrote:
Calypsos wrote:
I also want to add to my statement about repatriation of all the egyptian antiquities.

If it wasn't for a possible revolution, what about natural disasters and fire...The Alexandrian library may have sound like a fine idea, but look at what happened and all that was lost when it burned.

There is no reason to move things from other countries to house them back in Egypt if they have been taking care of them properly all this time.


Well the GEM is designed to withstand, natural disasters and conflicts of war. Question is, when will it be finished? And who’s constructing it?


May I remind you that so was the Titanic (made to withstand icebergs) yet it sunk on the first encounter with one...)


Well let’s hope they do a better job. I don’t think Icebergs will be a problem in Egypt, but one never know
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 8:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ranoferhotep wrote:
Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Calypsos wrote:
I also want to add to my statement about repatriation of all the egyptian antiquities.

If it wasn't for a possible revolution, what about natural disasters and fire...The Alexandrian library may have sound like a fine idea, but look at what happened and all that was lost when it burned.

There is no reason to move things from other countries to house them back in Egypt if they have been taking care of them properly all this time.


Well the GEM is designed to withstand, natural disasters and conflicts of war. Question is, when will it be finished? And who’s constructing it?


May I remind you that so was the Titanic (made to withstand icebergs) yet it sunk on the first encounter with one...)


Well let’s hope they do a better job. I don’t think Icebergs will be a problem in Egypt, but one never know


I agree with "iceberg part", but how about earthquakes? It seems that Egypt is a "danger area in that matter", at least reading some stories about historic sites it seems that way.
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Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Calypsos wrote:
I also want to add to my statement about repatriation of all the egyptian antiquities.

If it wasn't for a possible revolution, what about natural disasters and fire...The Alexandrian library may have sound like a fine idea, but look at what happened and all that was lost when it burned.

There is no reason to move things from other countries to house them back in Egypt if they have been taking care of them properly all this time.


Well the GEM is designed to withstand, natural disasters and conflicts of war. Question is, when will it be finished? And who’s constructing it?


May I remind you that so was the Titanic (made to withstand icebergs) yet it sunk on the first encounter with one...)


Well let’s hope they do a better job. I don’t think Icebergs will be a problem in Egypt, but one never know


I agree with "iceberg part", but how about earthquakes? It seems that Egypt is a "danger area in that matter", at least reading some stories about historic sites it seems that way.


The GEM is designed to withstand earthquakes and even nuclear attacks….the last I have my doubts about. And flooding… If the Aswan Dam ever breaks, the whole country would be flooded, whipping away everything and anything under its path. My conclusion, finally the A.E. artifacts, treasures… will in time be lost forever.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 9:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ranoferhotep wrote:
Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Calypsos wrote:
I also want to add to my statement about repatriation of all the egyptian antiquities.

If it wasn't for a possible revolution, what about natural disasters and fire...The Alexandrian library may have sound like a fine idea, but look at what happened and all that was lost when it burned.

There is no reason to move things from other countries to house them back in Egypt if they have been taking care of them properly all this time.


Well the GEM is designed to withstand, natural disasters and conflicts of war. Question is, when will it be finished? And who’s constructing it?


May I remind you that so was the Titanic (made to withstand icebergs) yet it sunk on the first encounter with one...)


Well let’s hope they do a better job. I don’t think Icebergs will be a problem in Egypt, but one never know


I agree with "iceberg part", but how about earthquakes? It seems that Egypt is a "danger area in that matter", at least reading some stories about historic sites it seems that way.


The GEM is designed to withstand earthquakes and even nuclear attacks….the last I have my doubts about. And flooding… If the Aswan Dam ever breaks, the whole country would be flooded, whipping away everything and anything under its path. My conclusion, finally the A.E. artifacts, treasures… will in time be lost forever.


And on top of all that disaster the GEM will be floating Idea Idea like a modern Noah's ark???
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Toth wrote:
Ranoferhotep wrote:
Calypsos wrote:
I also want to add to my statement about repatriation of all the egyptian antiquities.

If it wasn't for a possible revolution, what about natural disasters and fire...The Alexandrian library may have sound like a fine idea, but look at what happened and all that was lost when it burned.

There is no reason to move things from other countries to house them back in Egypt if they have been taking care of them properly all this time.


Well the GEM is designed to withstand, natural disasters and conflicts of war. Question is, when will it be finished? And who’s constructing it?


May I remind you that so was the Titanic (made to withstand icebergs) yet it sunk on the first encounter with one...)


Well let’s hope they do a better job. I don’t think Icebergs will be a problem in Egypt, but one never know


I agree with "iceberg part", but how about earthquakes? It seems that Egypt is a "danger area in that matter", at least reading some stories about historic sites it seems that way.


The GEM is designed to withstand earthquakes and even nuclear attacks….the last I have my doubts about. And flooding… If the Aswan Dam ever breaks, the whole country would be flooded, whipping away everything and anything under its path. My conclusion, finally the A.E. artifacts, treasures… will in time be lost forever.


And on top of all that disaster the GEM will be floating Idea Idea like a modern Noah's ark???


According to my information, the GEM isn’t designed for that. Floating I mean. Dam building is one thing, maintaining them is another. One can try to control water, the A.E. did…with respect, modern mankind think they can….with no respect
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