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  1. #16

    Dec 2003
    Porter Township, Western Schuylkill County, Pa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1637 View Post
    why dont they force smoke in to that drill hole ,like they did on other holes.there has to be a tunnel some where.
    brad
    I'm Guessing they did.

    Either it Didn't work in Which Case, No reason to air the clip.
    Or it did, And the Clip will be saved for next Season, If they were not Ejected by the Powers that be already.

  2. #17
    us
    Mar 2014
    Waxahachie, Tx
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    Not a big issue...but one thing I'm certain of - IF treasure is discovered, the Japanese will never be gifted ANY of it! Lived in the RPI during Marcos' rule and every native Filipino I knew VEHEMENTLY HATED the Japanese. Worked with one whose Uncle during WWII was forced with threat of death into beheading other Filipinos. Another co-worker (American born citizen of Japanese decent) witnessed a Filipino board the bus he was riding and shoot another Japanese passenger in the head. The shooter then departed the bus as if nothing had happened.

    By the way...Filipino's are some of the smartest and hardest working people I've met. Awesome Chess players!
    Last edited by monkeys uncle; Jun 18, 2020 at 06:00 PM.

  3. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeys uncle View Post
    Not a big issue...but one thing I'm certain of - IF treasure is discovered, the Japanese will never be gifted ANY of it! Lived in the RPI during Marcos' rule and every native Filipino I knew VEHEMENTLY HATED the Japanese. Worked with one whose Uncle during WWII was forced with threat of death into beheading other Filipinos. Another omegle co-worker (American born citizen of Japanese decent) witnessed a Filipino board the bus he was riding and shoot another Japanese passenger in the head. The shooter then departed the bus as if nothing had happened.

    By the way...Filipino's are some of the smartest and hardest working people I've met. Awesome Chess players!
    government ain’t dumb, they let anyone spend their money looking for treasure, and then claim it when it’s found
    Last edited by brainpan; Jun 23, 2020 at 06:20 AM.

  4. #19
    ph
    Nov 2011
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    you need to do it legally.

    when you explore, you drill. drill and drill. it should be vertical drill and not horizontal drill. if you get to a cave, you lower a camera. if you get a gold sample, then that's it. you widen the hole using percussion drill. slice and slice on the sidings of the pilot hole.


    that's the lesson i learned from an american guy who missed and failed so many times using a scanner and detectors. when he was fed up, he bought a drill machine and a very cheap snake cam.

    they hit a void at 49 feet. when they lowered a cheap snake cam, they found bars and drums. according to the post in fb treasure forum named "LOST gold series ww2" , they found the bars somewhere in luzon.
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  5. #20
    ph
    Nov 2011
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    i am a driller by profession. and i find the method of this american guy the right method.

  6. #21
    ph
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    snake cam cost 500 usd while gygd borehole camera cost 3000-3500 usd inclusive of shipping and customs duties to philippines. while the snake cam is cost effecdtive because it can still give you an image though blurred, gygd borehole camera can you you a clear picture even if underwater. i would prefer snake cam, but for those who are meticulous and detailed, then they can buy borehole camera.

  7. #22
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    Bruce Reigle

    Mar 2016
    Shamokin, Pa.
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    I wonder why they don’t use that lidar mapping on that mountain they’re searching ?

  8. #23

    Dec 2003
    Porter Township, Western Schuylkill County, Pa.
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    Since in Season one they did Lidar on the entire area , My guess they Consulted it,
    But just didn't use up air time repeating themselves.

    But Only A guess
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