> Hint: the sample contains red ochre and water.
I will be interested in seeing a breakdown of the chemical analyses of the paint even if as DScriber suggests the sample contains red ochre and water. Although I personally doubt that the paint was still wet even after only 120 years or so.
> Of course the legal circumstances surrounding the
> how and why the sample was obtained already has
> had a very negative effect on the credibility of
> the sample's authenticity, and the credibility of
> those who collected the sample ILLEGALLY.
If the sample is not authentic, suggesting that it did not originate in G1, then what are the accusations of theft and illegality all about??? You can't have it both ways...
> **Maybe you should work on improving your Moral
> Values.....assuming you have any.
Theft is an attempt to permanently deny the legal owners of the use of their property.
The sample has been returned to its legal owners.
Therefore no theft has taken place.
I leave issues of morality to the theosophists. I am an atheist.
Maybe you would care to explain exactly what is a "moral value"... In your opinion.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 21-May-16 18:27 by Jon Ellison.