> after finding this article by phillip copens, (who i admired as
> a researcher and some one i collaberated with on a post) i
> think the dropa or dzosa stones are my best shot.
the link you posted at the end of the page state:
This article originally appeared in Nexus New Times Magazine, in 1995.
For an update to this article, click here
I clicked on "here" and it comes out this article:
which at the end of article state:
A New Expedition
Baian-Kara-Ula remains one of China’s most remote regions. Its mountains
reach as high as 5,000 metres and descend to 2,000 metres. Despite the
altitude, summers can be pleasantly warm in this region.
It is now said that a new expedition is being prepared and will soon be under way.
It is apparently largely an initiative of Chinese media empires, its main sponsor
being the China Daily newspaper. If the participants are able to get their act together,
it might not be another decade before this story takes yet another twist.
At the end of the page it appear:
This article was published in NEXUS Magazine, vol. 15, no. 6 (October-November 2008).
So since such date (2008) no further news come on, as far as still now I know..
Post Edited (31-Mar-14 12:19)
You can not solve a problem with the same kind of thinking that you used to create it.