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  • Panama Hat
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    Originally posted by Mid View Post
    ^^

    I noticed that the water was not salty - another argument made by skeptics


    usually a good idea to read article first
    Ah, that would help . . . I must have missed that

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  • Mid
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    I know I read the article, where did I say the water was salty? I didn't perhaps you should read my post first.

    not sure how you snuck in there

    my reply is directed to PH , immediately above you .

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  • Ronin
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    Originally posted by Mid View Post
    ^

    I noticed that the water was not salty - another argument made by skeptics


    usually a good idea to read article first
    I know I read the article, where did I say the water was salty? I didn't perhaps you should read my post first.

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  • Mid
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    ^^

    I noticed that the water was not salty - another argument made by skeptics


    usually a good idea to read article first
    Last edited by Mid; 10-15-2014, 02:59 PM. Reason: added 2nd ^

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  • Ronin
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    I have my doubts - most likely some secret technique helps rope in the tourist. Anybody remember the weeping virgin Mary? Turned out to be a scam - no surprise. See;

    http://coolinterestingstuff.com/the-...y-crying-blood

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  • Panama Hat
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    Dead Sead . . . high salt content

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  • Major Greg 'Pappy' Boyington
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    I saw some show about this that exposed it as a scam. Something about clear posts and pegs that they stand and lean on. I will look around and see if I can find a link to it.

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  • Mid
    started a topic Floating nuns in Kanchanaburi

    Floating nuns in Kanchanaburi

    Floating nuns in Kanchanaburi
    Julie Sabatier
    Oct. 11, 2014


    Clockwise from top: floating nun in the temple pool; a sign lists fees for tourists; memorial to the original floating nun, who is believed to have transmitted her secrets to disciples.


    Thai tourist trap or revelation, it's a sight to behold either way.

    Thailand is a country full of magical surprises. One of them, located in the Kanchanaburi province, is a temple called Wat Tham Mangkhon Thong. As you enter, you're swallowed by the giant head of a dragon and climb the stairs of its throat.

    oh, I can do this. But as the seconds and minutes passed by, I was touched by the atmosphere of serenity she created. And even more than that, impressed by her skills in keeping the water still.

    I began to marvel at the performance of the little lady. I saw how the ripples causing movement in the water subsided very quickly. There was no movement except for that required to change posture.

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