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Warning: A pseudo-archaeology conference held next month in the Philippines plans to announce a new discovery in Mindanao using a new scanning technology that can purportedly penetrate 6 km into the earth. Just to be clear, the organisers of this so-called Asean Advanced Archaeology Symposium are neither affiliated with ASEAN, nor with any archaeological institute (university, government or otherwise) in Southeast Asia.

The symposium carries many red flags: it promises the participation of archaeologists and geologists from all over Southeast Asia, but provides no names. A quick google search of the organisation’s director reveals his theories about ancient alien contact, while another speaker mentioned in the article is the discoverer of the Bosnian “pyramids”, another archaeological hoax.

Where can you find a scanning instrument that can penetrate 6 kilometers deep into earth?

At the Asean Advanced Archeology Symposium, the “future of Archeology” will be unveiled from April 27 to 30 2017.

Source: Butuan archeology symposium to unveil ‘Geoscan Technology’ | Inquirer Technology

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Noel Tan ()

Dr Noel Hidalgo Tan is the Senior Specialist in Archaeology at SEAMEO-SPAFA, the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Archaelogy and Fine Arts.

Website: http://www.SoutheastAsianArchaeology.com

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