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Geological deposits

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Anonymous User June 01, 2012 09:21PM
No link so what type of magnet ?
Anonymous User June 05, 2012 09:24PM
Iam being visited by a fellow forum member on friday and i will be showing him around all of my excavation and the magnetic dyke stone so the next post on this subject will be from the the two of us i can in know way influance what the other forum member believes he has viewed or how he describes it so lets just see.
Anonymous User June 07, 2012 09:22PM
This image shows the lower red plastic clay then gravel bed then at least two seperat layers above that, ive recently excavated what looks to be a human tibia shaft from the gravel bed at this excavation.
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Anonymous User June 09, 2012 07:54PM
This is the tibia shaft i excavated from the stainton gravel beds, ime told by a good friend in the states that it looks to be human although quite rightly will not positivly id it using images. Ive checked myself though it is hard work and ive eliminated the usual suspects ie horse, cervidae, bovine, pig. it loks very like samples of human tibia ive viewed.
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Anonymous User June 09, 2012 09:21PM
As some member reacently said i think Paul lets learn more of what ive found, this map shows the suposed area before ime told these deposits must have formed if this is the case ime still opting for the esk valley water body being the most likley maker of the deposits i now excavate either side of the Cleveland dyke.

As ive shown before i believe the water body of the esk valley created these deposits, in this image it is the smaller water body to the mid north east, the valley is well known you may have viewed Heartbeat a popular drama on tv its centered around the area i mention.

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Anonymous User June 15, 2012 10:13PM
Don't suppose anyone has come up with a reason other than my own, the geological maps are so wide of the mark in the south wes area of Cleveland, that students are right at this present time being told is fact !!!
Norman King June 16, 2012 02:49AM
Re: the tibia that I just noticed after your most recent post here.

You think you have found human remains, and haven't told the authorities?

You said (May 29, 2012 10:43 PM) that you had three archaeologists out there looking at your deposits. Did you not show that tibia to an archeologist? Or, if found since then, why can you not do so now? You are in communication with three archaeologists. You need to consult with one of them.

I looked at you bone photos again, and think I do not see it. Is one of those bones in that photo the tibia, but in a poor perspective, or did you hold it back?

This is just a continuation of the weirdness, but in spades.

Once again, I’m outta here.
Jolyon & Katya Ralph June 16, 2012 08:49AM
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