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Npap,


perhaps one of these guys can help???

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Deadguy,
I actually need a nuclear physicist who is an expert on molecular decomposition. :)
Isn't there such a fellow around in these forums? :lol:

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THE WHOLE STORY

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The Himalayan expedition


How it all started

Thanks to professor Peter Palaeontologopoulos (known to his close friends as Dr. PP) of the department of Archaeological Research in the University of UCPA, I was invited to join the expedition to the Himalayan mountains. My duties were to record the events and act as the liaison between the various other parties involved.

Dr. PP's interest in prehistoric findings was suddenly intensified by the discovery in the Himalayan glacier of well preserved human remains dating a few thousand years ago.
The success, of course, was due to the work of the Honorable Professor Lee Hung Low of the University of Kathmandu.
The party was manned by many technical specialists as well as other personnel needed to assist in the research and the excavation in the glaciers.

The scientific findings of Dr. Lee Hung Low.

As mentioned in the introduction, the good professor invited a group of scientists in order to investigate the well-preserved remains of a humanoid that had been buried under the icy glacier for a few thousand years.
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Professor Peter Palaeontologopoulos, together with a team of other scientists, proceeded with the analysis of the discovery.

Here are their observations in brief:

-The cause of death of the humanoid was the HIV (AIDS) virus.
-The good condition of the body was due to the very low temperatures in the area, as well as the treatment it had received with antibiotics.
-Further analysis conducted at the University of Kathmadou resulted in the general conclusion that the humanoid must have come to the Earth from a distant planet about 100 thousand years ago.
-The constituents of the body are based on the Silicon molecule. And a reproductive system was not found; this allows the scientists to assume that it is a cloned, artificially-produced entity.

In conclusion, a great deal of scientific research on the object was mandatory.

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Re: THE HIMALAYAN EXPEDITION

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Progress on the study of the humanoid.

Dr. Lee Hung Low announced that the leg missing from the body of the humanoid was found buried in the glacier a few feet away.
It seems that the leg had been severed by an avalanche. But that does not explain why the humanoid is missing a reproductive system.
Another mystery is the fact that there are no organs in it equivalent to the human ones. In place of a heart, there is something that resembles an artificial pump.
And what is more amazing, remains of a McDonald hamburger were found in his stomach.
Also, his lungs betray the fact that he was an avid smoker of Havana cigars. :)

Traces of a white powder were found on his fingers (???) :o . It is unfortunate that his clothes are missing; Dr. Lee Hung Low believes that he may have had several credit cards in his wallet, a passport and possibly travel agency brochures.

More news on the subject will be reported as they arrive at my office in Potala.

Greetings,
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THE HIMALAYAN EXPEDITION

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The humanoid research
A new approach

Professor PP has suggested an amazing theory concerning the origin of the humanoid.
Biological analysis of the well-preserved body shows a peculiar cell structure. Theoretically, science in the remote future will be able to produce synthetic skin and organ tissue.
As suggested by some very intuitive reader this seemingly artificial biological marvel may have arrived at the present location by accident through an advanced time-travel system. :? :shock:
And it is almost certain that it is an entity from the future. Travel agents have been known to make grave mistakes in booking. So, this poor fellow was sent to the wrong place for his summer vacation.

It is unfortunate that the thing was found without any clothes on. It would be extremely revealing to have the travel agency's booking and perhaps some other useful credentials.

Silicon-based organisms are not to be found in our planet. However one cannot exclude the possibility of such an achievement by Biotechnology. As a matter of fact, silicon is already being used on earth by medical doctors for the enhancement of human organs. :D (What will they think of next!)

Alas! One cannot be sure if his female companion may be artificial. Needless to say that science is now capable of altering even the gender.
Poor future husbands! :(

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Re: THE MINT HOUSE

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Hello my dear friends,
Let it be known that my physical entity is still in Potala. :)
I visit the Mint House with my astral body from time to time.
There is so much to learn yet in this Mystery Land, so it will be quite long before I return from this exciting expedition. :D

No stress, no anxiety no money worries in the Astral world.
In the real world, "no mon no fun, and you're done" :lol:

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Npap, you're looking good!
Did you find the fountain of youth?
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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
That's not me Ken :) It's only an image of my astral face. :lol:

This is my real self. :)
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That's a bit nicer I must admit.
Distinguished instead of extinguished. :mrgreen:
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kenetics wrote:That's a bit nicer I must admit.
Distinguished instead of extinguished. :mrgreen:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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And where be the Baron these days?
Off on another adventure? The moon? Or did he finally lose his head? :lol:
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THE FATE OF THE BARON

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Hello Ken,
The poor Baron has locked himself up in a small room in the dungeon. Because of his adventure with that woman in Krackovia,he had a minor crackup. :lol:
He refuses to see even the Czar. And he believes that he is Napoleon the great. :)

Would you suggest some of that loco weed to cure the poor fellow? Or maybe some vampire urine?

Your advice on the matter is urgently needed. :)

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Re: THE FATE OF THE BARON

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@Npap,


I would suggest some loco weed mixed with vampire urine.

it may be your only hope of bringing back the Baron.......


good luck,


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I think he should follow Deadguy's advice and maybe he can escape from the torture of all those beautiful women. :D
Ah, I see he is doing that now...

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Re: THE MINT HOUSE

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Well! Your recipe is working. Deadguy :lol: :lol:
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glad to hear it as the baron looks miserable surrounded by all the beautiful women :lol:
I volunteer to distract the women so he can escape :D




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deadguy wrote:glad to hear it as the baron looks miserable surrounded by all the beautiful women :lol:
I volunteer to distract the women so he can escape :D
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No,no,no :lol:
He may be looking that way only because he can't see the face of his loved one. :)
The poor fellow is in danger though because I can recognize Lady Medussa behind one of those masks. He is in for a big surprise when he finds out that one of the witches is a vampire.
As a matter of fact she's the one who prepared the concoction the poor Baron drank. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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The concoction must have worked as I see the baron is flying high on his getaway. :D

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Re: THE MINT HOUSE

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PHEW.....

close one for the baron!!!!

@Npap,
thanks for the warning....
you may have saved me from the undead :lol:
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ANNOUNCMENT

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AN INVITATION
The Baron is happy to announce his betrothal to the woman of his heart. :D

Celebrations will be held in the baron's mansion, lower dungeon, on Saturday, Jan.17, at 00:00 hours. :twisted:
All Mint addicts are invited. :)

Below is a picture of the baron's beautiful fiancé :o
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