[Re: Supposed redatings of ancient China (and Japan)]

JAEKWAN SHIM shimj at USA.NET
Mon Nov 13 15:27:57 EST 2000


Today, Shinichi Fujimura, so called "the God's hand", was fired from his chair
at the Tohoku Institute. 

http://www.mainichi.co.jp/eye/feature/details/iseki/200011/13-01.html

And you all can see the pictures(1-14) of the re-creation on earth.

http://www.mainichi.co.jp/eye/feature/details/iseki/g/index.html
http://www.mainichi.co.jp/eye/feature/details/iseki/g/02.html
http://www.mainichi.co.jp/eye/feature/details/iseki/g/03.html
http://www.mainichi.co.jp/eye/feature/details/iseki/g/04.html
http://www.mainichi.co.jp/eye/feature/details/iseki/g/05.html

Jaek Shim



Shrinivas Tilak <shrinivast at HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
    The following news item carried in the Gazette (Montreal, p B6) of
November 11, 2001 is further evidence that tampering with facts by scholars
may be a widespread phenomenon (I am assuming that the Gazette report is
accurate).
    Shinichi Fujimora, one of Japan's leading archeologists, dug holes at a
site some 300 kilometres of Tokyo and deposited some artifacts in them in
such a way as to make them appear part of one of the world's oldest known
places of human habitation.
    Unfortunately for Mr Fujimora, someone from the newspaper Mainichi
Shimbum managed to secretly videotape the archeologist planting the fake
evidence. The newspaper took this initiative because disturbing rumours
about Mr Fujimora's methods had been growing. Now, the Tokyo National Museum
has removed more than 20 pieces attributed to Mr Fujimora.
    S.Tilak



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