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October 23, 2009

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This would not be because scientists or their sponsors are particularly good at covering all traces of fraud or exaggeration.

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someone who is actually a sunburned field scientist “forced” uncomfortably and uncharacteristically to wear a tweed sport coat for the occasion

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:) Brings to mind the Piltdown Man that got poo-pooed in the 70s I think it was. Must be a great laugh for the guys who perpetrate the hoax but they don't think of the wasted time and labour trying to prove / disprove whatever-it-is they are hoaxing....maybe they just don't care :(

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