- Jan 7, 2014
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Modern? Yes they used Math Templates just as all have worldwide. Denying anything of this nature shows you got more to learn.
We then found Spanish tools and other corresponding artifacts on the location...right where they should be.
If you are claiming those tools date from when the Spanish were here last, the latest would be around 1821, the year of the independence of Mexico.
The style of geometry represented on that sheet you posted is not only too precise, but is too modern.
Not only would the Spanish miners (or those involved with caching treasure in general) not have known this type of geometry, they wouldn't even have learned it- as education in general was quite different back then, and not available to the masses.
So knowing this, why are you using a methodology they never had nor used?
Sometimes it's easier to apologize...we have multiple film production companies and I have worked in the film industry for 15yrs.
By sheer coincidence, I believe Eldo claimed the same thing- I can't find his post right now about claiming to have worked in the film industry for 15 years and with "various production companies" but when I do I'll link it back here.