Blue Mars Arcadia

Martian Boneyard Research

FinlayCollated by Philip Finlay-Bryan as Posted In the Blue Mars Forum Thursday, 05 August 2010

by Idtei » Fri Jun 18, 2010 11:58 am I am posting my bones inventory to date including the ones I previously posted in another place so people can compare their finds with my ref numbers. I now have found 24 things:- 22 bones - 1 fireplace - 1 set of tracks.

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These are the first 12- see next post for the rest as I cannot add any more here Idtei Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:01 pm Next 12 bones pictures and artifacts:

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:06 pm Pictures of strange things:

From this side you can see some strange decal and numbers? I think I see 11 and perhaps 'End'? Any ideas folks? tin can8 side.JPG (24.7 KiB) Viewed 280 times

A better picture of the 'skull' of a small mammal or dinosaur!

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And that odd spotlight thingy in the cave:

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:08 pm Lastly a close up of the 'log' in the fireplace. I don't know but I see strange marks on it possibly symbols and the end has an odd cut out that looks carved. Maybe nothing but worth a look:

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:54 am more bones:

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:58 am The 'Tin Can':

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Strange backards lettering in the centre of the pressed section inside the 'can'. The only word apart from possibly Orange or Oran at the end of the top line is the letters FUGU: Source: Wikipedia: FUGU=Fugu (河豚, 鰒, フグ?) is the Japanese word for pufferfish and is also a Japanese dish prepared from the meat of pufferfish (normally species of genus Takifugu, Lagocephalus, or Sphoeroides) or porcupinefish of the genus Diodon. Because fugu is lethally poisonous if prepared incorrectly, fugu has become one of the most celebrated and notorious dishes in Japanese cuisine. Fugu contains lethal amounts of the poison tetrodotoxin in the organs, especially the liver area and ovaries, and also the skin. The poison, a sodium channel blocker, paralyzes the muscles while the victim stays fully conscious, and eventually dies from asphyxiation. Currently, there is no known antidote, and the standard medical approach is to try to support the respiratory and circulatory system until the poison dissipates. Scientific usage of Fugu: Fugu rubripes is a commonly used genetic model organism, particularly useful

to bioinformaticians. The Fugu genome is unusually small for an organism of its complexity, and contains very little junk DNA. This compactness makes its genome sequence very useful for identifying conserved functional elements.[13] Furthermore, the sodium channel blocking properties of tetrodotoxin mean that it is widely used in the study of ion channels in neuropharmacology. Could this be something or have I just not read the letters correctly? Ideti Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Haruko » Sat Jun 26, 2010 11:23 am Hello Idtei, I think, you are right; I played with the pick and tried several filters and edge detecting methods on it. I can read following: FUGU CHILI * ORANGE US32597867623-0*** * stands for a letter or number I could not read. I suppose this can is the packaging of a ready-to-eat-meal, the letters mean the content and some kind of batch/lot/manufacturers code. Maybe this can has been left by a former expedition? just my two cents Haruko Posts: 3 Joined: Sat Jun 12, 2010 11:51 am


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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:16 am Oh Haruko - thanks for this. This proves I am not mad then. Phew. Indeed it could belong to a previous expedition....or maybe to someone still around??

Thanks for taking the trouble to post. You are a star! Hoping I would get a response and I am now very happy. The plot thickens. Idtei Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Tue Jun 29, 2010 2:47 pm Now to something different - the Tree in the Boneyards. The big one.. Thanks to Dude Starship aka Micons for pointing out that this is a Boabob Tree. Boabob Tree: Adansonia Source: Wikipedia Baobab: The Tree of Life The Baobab is called the Tree of Life with good reason. It is capable of providing shelter, food and water for the animal and human inhabitants of the African savannah regions. The cork-like bark is fire resistant and is used for cloth and rope. The leaves are used for condiments and medicines. The fruit, called "monkey bread", is rich in vitamin C and is eaten. The tree is capable of storing hundreds of litres of water, which is tapped in dry periods. Radio-carbon dating has measured that age of some Baobab trees at over 2,000 years old. For most of the year, the tree is leafless, and looks very much like it has its roots sticking up in the air. The wood does not produce annual growth rings, though radiocarbon dating may be able to provide age data. The species reach heights of 5 to 30 metres (16 to 98 ft) and have trunk diameters of 7 to 11 metres (23 to 36 ft) Baobabs store water inside the swollen trunk (up to 120,000 litres (32,000 US gal)) to endure the harsh drought conditions particular to each region.[4] All occur in seasonally arid areas, and are deciduous, shedding their leaves during the dry season. The tree also provides a source of fiber, dye, and fuel. Nutrician: The leaves are commonly used as a leaf vegetable - They are eaten both fresh and as a dry powder. The fruit is nutritious possibly having more vitamin C than oranges and exceeding the calcium content of cow's milk. The dry pulp is either eaten fresh or used to add to gruels on cooling after cooking – a good way of preserving the vitamin contents. The seeds are mostly used as a thickener for soups, but may also be fermented into a seasoning, roasted for direct consumption, or pounded to extract vegetable oil. My thoughts: Q: Who planted this tree then and when? Thousand years ago? Its very large and mature.... The Arcadia Boabob has shed its leaves so Arcadia is experiencing a dry season at the moment. Whats it like in Arcadia when its wet? **This tree can be hollowed out or naturally hollow - is someone inside?? Hiding?? The tree is certainly a very valuable source of aids to survival for the human race and earthlike animals. There is much to consider about this....any thoughts anyone?

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Thu Jul 01, 2010 8:18 am The Artifact codes: After talking to laurel I said I would start a conversation here about the coding of the artifacts. I made a simple database on my computer to record my notes for the time being before we begin to use the theory boards. They are not finished and all the locations of finds are not entered yet. Here's some of it:

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So far I reckon the first letters might relate to: B = Bone F = Fire T= Tracks The second numbers are the location of the search area - so far I have some from 11(Boneyard) and 12 (dry cave) I am now looking at the third set of letters and have put them alphabetically into order so that something might click for me: Look at the M range - they are odd. Why is the fire linked to the bones?

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Tieaun » Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:42 pm Nice work on the Baobab Tree identification, Idtei. I think you're right. What do other people think? A few images are attached for reference. Attachments

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts

by Idtei » Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:17 am Thanks Tie More stuff on the skull we found. I searched for ages on Wiki and otehrplaces and the only things that look even similar to the skull we found are below. Too big = Dog, Wolf, Jackal. Worng shape = Snake, Lizard. Shrew. Not rabbit as no ears.Too small = Mole. Could be Hedgehod or Rat. But these are closer: First a Marsupial called a Potoroo with skull length of 7.7cms or 3", which is a big smaller than ours but the right sort of shape with along thin upper skull and front teeth:

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Second a long nosed Bandicoot at 8.5cms or 3.3 inches, which is again a trifle smaller but the right sort of shape:

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:18 am So sorry about my appalling typing! Idtei Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by jamt » Thu Jul 08, 2010 12:32 pm So you think it a bandicoot, and not an alien of some sort!! jamt Posts: 5 Joined: Sat May 22, 2010 1:04 pm


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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Intox » Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:29 am hello, I think I found the animal who owns the skull [img] crane02.jpg [/img] its a Lemur these two skulls are very similar at the boneyard skull [img] LemurRingtailed.jpg [/img] [img] LemurRedRuffed.jpg [/img] This animal lives in madagascar, the source country of the baobab.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ring-tailed Lemur[1] Conservation status Near Threatened (IUCN 3.1)[2] Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Primates Family: Lemuridae Genus: Lemur Linnaeus, 1758 Species: L. catta Binomial name Lemur catta Linnaeus, 1758 Distribution of Lemur catta[3] Synonyms Genus:[1] Catta Link, 1806 Maki Muirhead, 1819 Mococo Lesson, 1878 Odorlemur Bolwig, 1961 Procebus Storr, 1780 Prosimia Boddaert, 1785 Species:[1] mococo Muirhead, 1819

The Ring-tailed Lemur (Lemur catta) is a large strepsirrhine primate and the most recognized lemur due to its long, black and white ringed tail. It belongs to Lemuridae, one of four lemur families. It is the only member of the Lemur genus. Like all lemurs it is endemic to the island of Madagascar. Known locally as Hira (Malagasy), Maky (Malagasy), or Maki (French),[4] it inhabits gallery forests to spiny scrub in the southern regions of the island. It is omnivorous and the most terrestrial of lemurs. The animal is diurnal, being active exclusively in daylight hours. Attachments

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Mon Jul 12, 2010 7:20 am Intox This is a great Lemur theory. Now which one of us is closer I wonder. Idtei Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts - Is there anybody out there?
by Idtei » Mon Jul 12, 2010 7:33 am With thanks to Pink Floyd of whom I am a great admirer. Is There Anybody out There? An off-the-wall theory: Posted for fischer: Fireplace - someone could make fire? How? Who made it? It might be Mars cavemen as modern scientists would not 'make fire'. Neaderthal made fire. Does this mean there were Martian inhabitants like Neaderthals already there? Did they cause problems for the settlers? Did they EAT the settlers! OR did the scientsist 'make' some Martian mutations and 'observe' them? Did these mutants make the fire? Did the scientists venture out to communicate with these mutants and it went wrong? If so, where are these mutants now? 'Log' in Fireplace: It has a stange squared end with cut out section in it and the under wood is a different colour - as if it has been 'manufactured' or fashioned. Other end has bits possibly attached to it - one in a fish tail shape. That end is 'hollow' in a squared shape, which does not look natural. Other small 'sticks' in fireplace also have cut ends. Are there markings on it? Perhaps symbols? I see a tiny shape of a sword with curly handle. (see previous' Log' posts) What kind of wood is the log made of? Is it petrified? Why are there no burn marks on the wood? Is it a BONE? Some tool? A barbeque set-up of some kind? Whatever happened here is stranger than immediately meets the eye and this presents one theory to get people thinking... Here is the Fireplace picture - very tiny as I only have a small visual of it:

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And also a picture I took myself which shows more detail:

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Fireplace Theory and Theory Board
by fischer » Tue Jul 13, 2010 1:04 am Quite an interesting idea Idtei! I will follow it to see if you find additional evidence to refine and support or refute your beginning theory. We did figure out what was going on with your entry of theories into Theory Board. We had some engineers in a while after you left and determined that there are some characters that the theory board "does not like". In particular, the apostrophe (') and the backslash (\). If you look at your theory for the fireplace, you will see several apostrophes. In short, when you go to save your theory, if it has either of these characters you will get an error message now advising you to check your text. If you remove the characters, it will save the text and your theory will be available for you to edit, submit for review by others, or post for rating. I put a short description up about the process on the theory board. If you get a chance, go in and try to post both your theories again before tonight so we can point them out to others. Thanks again for working to get your ideas in, your work is very helpful to our work in the center. Btw, get ready for a new area, coming soon! fischer Posts: 2 Joined: Wed Dec 02, 2009 9:49 am


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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Saxann » Wed Jul 14, 2010 2:05 pm I love this conversation about the skull that's been found in the boneyards, and I'm very excited to see this type of discussion happening both here and in-world! (I see that the wall board seems to be working.) So in response to both Theory ID and the discussion above: I really like the lemur comparison. The match is quite convincing, at least to me. I've attached a few images of my own, from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History <http://www.cmnh.org/site/ResearchandCollections/CastingLabs/PhysAnthroCastingLab/Lemur.aspx> and the Arcadian Boneyards. My images are of a male, ring-tailed lemur skull, both front and side. Based on the measurement tools, the boneyard skull is about 9.29 cm from the very back nub to the tip of the snout. The ring-tailed lemur skull is closer to 10.8 cm, the I think that the similarities are very striking. Maybe our skull is a different type of lemur? Or maybe a female? (I'll check if female lemurs are smaller.) The frontal view match isn't quite as good as the side, but there are definite similarities. Attachments

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Thu Jul 15, 2010 8:35 am Hello Saxann and welcome to our bone theories! So great to have an expert on board (I am not a bone expert). I am still not at all sure about the lemur theory but I am also not sure about my own! Measurements seem to be the key. And the ear and eye sockets. Our skull is being measured in different lengths by people and I can only go on my own which is (length): 3.68"=9.3cms This concurs with your own measurements. Thanks a lot for your pictures and I look forward to hearing lots more research and ideas from you. Idtei Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by coyote » Fri Jul 16, 2010 3:23 pm sniff....sniff...I have detected a lot of interesting stuff in my prowls around arcadia, some are not so pretty. It's good to see you are finally looking into what was been happening here - someone just had to put an end to it! but I will tell you one thing - that Baobab tree is something altogether different. There is something magical about that place. grrroowwwllll......

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts-The settlers' story
by Idtei » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:14 pm Hello coyote - I met you today Saturday 17th and you are not a coyote... On to the reason for this post. I have found = The story of the settlers and the scientists. There is a poster on the wall of the left hand room where the teleporters are sited. It has a list of names of the scientists on it who are: H G Putoj La Milito de l'Mondoj E Rasmus, Arcadia Science Centre, S F Berry, New Venice Institute for Anthopological Studies, Tieaun, Arcadia Science Centre, P Lowell Dept of Blue Mars Ecological Society R Tropez, Citizen Scientist C C Cleat, New Gen Economics, Laurel Laterne, Arcadia Science Centre Frederick E Den, Arcadian Citizen Scientist The poster is written in Esperanto - a universal language - so that anyone can translate it. Some of the words are extermely obscure and I have been working on this for at least 3 weeks. I have managed to semi translate the first few paragraphs and the last. If you want to read what it says go to the theory board in Acadia and see my theory on The Story of the Settlers. Here is a picture of the poster:

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Tieaun » Mon Jul 26, 2010 1:44 am jamt T and I spent a long day this last week searching the cave and theorizing about what might have happened. One of the things we explored was what killed "Skully". jamt T couldn't see the skull on the analysis tables, so I promised to post a few images here for her... and for others. If there are things we can do to help those who are using this forum for theory building, let us know. Tieaun Attachments

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Tieaun » Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:02 am One theory that has been discussed is that "Skully" somehow fell or was swept off the cliff, landing where the skeleton is found. Attached is an topdown view of this; Skully is hard to see, but is directly below jamt T. Tieaun Attachments

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts - Mutants, Genetics and Rusty

by Idtei » Tue Jul 27, 2010 7:36 am Dear All Re-iteration of some of my previous theories and some new ideas. Posted for ilko, jamt and anyone who cannot open the Theory Board at the moment and add their own ideas. Fireplace - someone could make fire? How? Who made it? It might be Mars cavemen as modern scientists would not 'make fire'. Neaderthal made fire. Does this mean there were Martian inhabitants like Neaderthals already there? Did they cause problems for the settlers? Did they EAT the settlers! OR did the scientsist 'make' (genetics) some Martian mutations and 'observe' them? Did these mutants make the fire? Did the scientists venture out to communicate with these mutants and it went wrong? If so, where are these mutants now? Evidence: There are Neanderthal skulls in glass cabinets in the laboratory hall. Why are they there? Are they artifacts that were collected by the scientists? And the bone map on the wall of the lab where the workstations are sited, has a mixture of ape, Neaderthal and human bones on it in the shape of a hunched animal or man. Does this mean they were trying to make a mixed version of life that could survive in the Martian world? Evidence: Posters are on the walls of Arcadia lab talking about Genetic research by the scientists. The word NuHoms is there. I researched NuHoms and they are in fact a system for transporting and storing depleted neuclear waste. This might be relevant by I propose that the meaning of the word NuHoms is actually = New Humans! Although the heading purports to be about genetic research, the content of the poster is actually in welsh and not anything at all to do with genetics. This is probably to stop us finding out about their research. Evidence: In the new dry cave 12 there are various bones, a skelton who has been either attacked, or fell off a cliff and no evidence so far of a perpetrator. But theories are about that perhaps there is an animal loose, perhaps a mutant made by the scientists or a leftover person from the expedition who is responsible for "Skully"'s death. Picture: graffiti on the message under the map in the far right room of the lab. Shows Rusty is around. Who is 'C'? This appeared on 23td July.

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My hunch is that there is a scientist there called Rusty Tropez who somehow was left behind because he caused trouble in some way. His name appears on the poster in the far right room with the map in it. And I propose that there is also a genetic mutant at large who could cause problems for all of us. Someone called 'C' is also about - Coyote, Cameron (a person who has been paying for our research) or someone else? Who is Cameron anyway? Please post your own comments, theories and ideas here about all this, or anything else you want to discuss - ilko and jamt. (and anyone else) We hope the workstations will be working again soon for everyone..

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by ilko_s » Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:09 am The skulls in in glass cabinets belong to Neanderthals and Homo Heidelbergensis.i think the skull we found is hybrid of them. We can see the genetic modifications on the posters in the lab. one of the posters is the illustraions of five types of chromosomal mutations. the second poster is "is it war of the worlds?" there is a poster that i think is "an evolutionary tree of eukaryotic" My theory is that they made a half mutant and gave him a weapon and then observe how he tried to survive, how he hunted or created fire.and someting happend maybe an explosion or maybe meteorite fell some part of arcadia. fragmented tree everywhere. i thing we have to finde 3.skull and bones or more..

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by ilko_s » Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:30 am Picture: graffiti on the message under the map ther is something .message give us some clue. 001.3 RT-OR1DE BOT. PR1.S1TE1 NOT SiTEi is S1TE1 like.. S1TE1 revealed a significantly lower mean 1% of monocotyledons and non-leguminous dicotyledons and significantly highermeanl%oflegumesthanSITE2 from..http://archive.ugent.be/input/download? ... OId=369339 PR1 can be some kinde PR 1.2= firmware RT (energy), the product of the gas constant (R) and temperature . can be not sure.

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on the gun ther is writing sleep whit pink pen
by ilko_s » Fri Jul 30, 2010 9:38 am

on the gun ther is writing sleep whit pink pen

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Idtei » Sat Jul 31, 2010 6:11 am Hey ilko - nice work. The Gun is actaully a scope I think - telescopic sight. Its is very good picture and I am sure someone will be able to tell us what the wording means but I think I may have found out what sort of gun it is. I have been continuing my gun identification research and I think I have found a very close match. I propose that our gun is a CO2 Gauged Tranquilliser Gun using tranquilliser darts (synringe shaped). Our Gun found in cave 12:

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This tranquilliser gun is very close to the one above in shape and style. Pneu-Dart equipment X-Caliber Tranquilliser Gun:

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Our gun is obviously older, an army version (Italian or Russian) and has parts missing. Next post shows the dart comparison as I cannot load more than 3 pictures at at time here. Idtei Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts - the Gun darts
by Idtei » Sat Jul 31, 2010 6:15 am Here is a picture of our dart from Cave 12:

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Darts for the X Caliber tranquilliser gun: Type C: http://shop.pneudart.com/products/0_5_C ... -77-6.html syringe with needle head and cap on needle. Not exaclty the same. The needle head bends on impact as our dart (add F-12-ND1number) above shows.

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Obviously this is a much more modern version than the one we found but looks basically the same. Idtei Blue Mars Volunteer

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by ilko_s » Sat Jul 31, 2010 7:32 am Hi Idtei yes u are rigth.same bravoo:) Blue Mars Volunteer

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Arcadia clue in lab.section cat or lion or??
by ilko_s » Sat Jul 31, 2010 7:48 am what was the story? big footprint all over the lab.section and 3 images of cat or lion.whay? is a gorilla escape from lab.? pls look closer at the ground..

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by ilko_s » Sat Jul 31, 2010 7:51 am

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Re: Arcadia Clues and Artifacts
by Tieaun » Mon Aug 02, 2010 12:28 pm We need help verifying artifacts. Below is a list of the artifacts that, as of 6:00 EDT on 08/03/2010, are still in need of verification. Maybe we can help people who haven't found these artifacts find and scan them? Maybe we can bring in some new players to hunt for bones and help with the verifications? Many thanks. Outside Boneyards B-11-PM1 (9 verifications needed) B-11-SC15 (7) B-11-UE14 (8) B-11-OG4 (7) T-11-UF1 (4) -- paw prints by barrier AND river Cave B-12-AH1 (6) B-12-CP1 (7) B-12-DW1 (5) B-12-FZ1 (13) B-12-IG3 (4) -- with Skully B-12-IM16 (8) B-12-KB1 (12) B-12-LS1 (3)

B-12-MB1 (2) B-12-MI1 (8) -- with Skully B-12-MV1 (10) B-12-OK1 (10) B-12-QG1 (5) B-12-QW10 (2) B-12-TV1 (6) B-12-VE6 (2) -- with Skully B-12-XI26 (10) -- with boot B-12-YB1 (4) B-12-ZY1 (6) F-12-GH1 (11) -- a dart F-12-KI1 (8) -- boot F-12-ND1 (8) -- a dart F-12-PC1 (5) -- gun part? F-12-UD1 (3) -- gun F-12-WJ1 (3) -- gun part? scope? Tieaun Posts: 5 Joined: Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:23 pm

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