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Yamagata University to study Peru's Nazca Lines

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“They are among archaeology’s greatest enigmas because of their quantity, nature, size and continuity,” the U.N. agency said.

Enigma? Everyone knows that these were a signal or landing strip for aliens. Or... cool land art.

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Aliens. 'nuff said.

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If someone today said that he or she is an alien, people would not believe it. Unless you can prove it, suppose the person does not want to prove it, they would then debunk that person as crazy or a lunatic, so then I will shut my mouth..

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I admire these people. They may work for a long time, but may not find anything at all.

Not like the Egyptian piramids where new tombs and burial grounds are still being discovered, it may not be too rewarding since it's all laid out in plain sight.

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sounds like a dream job. can i go too?

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