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  1. #916
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    ........Gentlemen please end it, no one is required to prove anything, no one is required to believe.....
    Thank you Treasure Hunter - no more from me, except I may post some pictures later on if permissable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elh View Post
    Thank you Treasure Hunter - no more from me, except I may post some pictures later on if permissable.
    Yes it is permissible, what isn't is any bickering, badgering or talking down to other members. All posts towards other members should be polite and courteous.

    Thank you to all.

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    Was any buried treasures found with Digital cameras?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Samuel View Post
    Was any buried treasures found with Digital cameras?
    You're playing with fire. Better you than me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Samuel View Post
    Was any buried treasures found with Digital cameras?
    YES. HAVE A GREAT DAY H.S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elh View Post
    YES......
    What would honest Samuel's (or any inquiring curious person's) next fair question to this be ? But alas, As was said: "nothing needs to be proved".

    But Honest Samuel: In the meantime, you can look at page after page of md'ing finds if you care to.

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    It is real simple, post by our rules.

    If you disagree with another member's post, make your comments in a polite and respectful manner.

    Help keep the atmosphere at TreasureNet fun! Sniping, name calling, denigration and other generally negative or abusive actions are grounds for moderation. In extreme cases grounds for banning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    .... in a polite and respectful manner ...
    Which I hope I am abiding within. I'd love to have a camera that gives a distinct glow or reflection from gold.

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    I'm still looking for well documented evidence and testing myself....anyone got something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tpmetal View Post
    I'm still looking for well documented evidence and testing myself....anyone got something
    Uhhh , refer to post # 913 :

    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    .... no one is required to prove anything, ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_in_CA View Post
    Uhhh , refer to post # 913 :
    True no one is required to prove a dang thing to anyone......but if someone is trying to convince me or others of something, should we not be able to claim it false or theory until proven otherwise? I mean if they are not trying to convince people or share information supporting their theory, then why was a thread started?(keep in mind I skimmed some of this lengthy thread so it was not read word for word) Unless I missed something they have not made any monetary gains from these claims...So the point i'm making I guess is this whole thing just confuses me on its intentions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tpmetal View Post
    True no one is required to prove a dang thing to anyone......but if someone is trying to convince me or others of something, should we not be able to claim it false or theory until proven otherwise?....
    TP-metal: You might be allowed to ask questions . That's the point of a forum after all, eh ? Is give & take exchange, eh ? And if you saw a logical hole or fallacy or "more plausible explanation", you might follow up their answers with deeper questions. To attempt to show them a weakness of their point or a more-plausible explanation.

    But here's where it gets tricky: IN YOUR ATTEMPT to get someone to answer a challenge or alternative explanation, they could get mad. They report to the mod's that you are "badgering them". And you get the boot. Thus the fine-line between intellectual pro's/con's (ie.: "show me proof") and bullying (trying to get someone to cry uncle) is a delicate line that the mod's have to deal with. Fine line = you say "show me proof" and the person being questioned says "Oh, so you're calling me a liar ?" Or ... what is the definition of "well documented" (your words). See how this devolves ?

    So all you can do is ask (as you did) "is there proof" ? And they can say "yes". But you can not scrutinize that claim or vague proof's (fuzzy photos, etc....) You can not suggest that there are other explanations at play. At least not in the sense of getting a final answer/point admitted to. Ie.: if you perceived they dodged a logical challenge, you can not "draw them back to it" to get them to answer.

    Any back & forth dissection of claims and data can only go so deep. So if you saw a weakness or a flaw that you wanted clarified, you .... basically ... you can't go there. You can put a challenge out there, but ... if all they do is repeat a claim (with no answer to your challenge), you can not draw them back-to-point. The "last word" goes to the person making a claim. Not the person challenging a claim.

    However: The mere asking of the question, and if the person being asked "skirted it", then : You have to read between the lines. And derive the answer.

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    The US Government in Geological surveying used Infra-red film with an Ultraviolet Cross strobe, I have used the technique from the air and it will show precious metals up to 15ft under ground, it is Old school, did this almost 30 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfinger450 View Post
    The US Government in Geological surveying used Infra-red film with an Ultraviolet Cross strobe, I have used the technique from the air and it will show precious metals up to 15ft under ground, it is Old school, did this almost 30 years ago.
    Then why isn't this method being used all the time ? A government conspiracy hush job ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfinger450 View Post
    The US Government in Geological surveying used Infra-red film with an Ultraviolet Cross strobe, I have used the technique from the air and it will show precious metals up to 15ft under ground, it is Old school, did this almost 30 years ago.
    Thanks a lot for your post Goldfinger. There is a very much of that system going on as of today. Be glad that a lot of folks are'nt staying tuned in to what is going on. As long as there are only a certain many doing this, it keeping them out of my tater patch.
    Later on I will send you something about technology that will make your head swim unless you are staying up to date. BUT, nothing wrong with
    Old school so long as it works.

 

 
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