Karl`s PC Help Forums

One for Scholar
John Barnes - 8-4-2015 at 00:34

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/the-lost-tomb-of-jesus-scientist-claims-he-has-virtually-unequivocal-evidence-that-could-hel p-explain-the-whereabouts-of-christs-remains/ar-AAaxFm1?ocid=iehp

John Barnes - 8-4-2015 at 00:37

I am expecting a firm rebuttal from all the fundamentalists about this article (cat and pigeons come to mind).jmb

marymary100 - 8-4-2015 at 11:00


Actual film 2007


John_Little - 9-4-2015 at 07:17

Those two reports are word for word the same!

But, I told you so. And even if its all proved totally beyond reasonable doubt, it wont make the difference that it should.

marymary100 - 9-4-2015 at 07:40

It's MSN passing off an Independent news story as their own. I'm assuming the journalist got paid by them as they have given the journalist's name. The DM is notorious for pinching stories from other sources and not even bothering to rewrite. Journalists now need to do google searches to make sure that they get paid by other organisations for their copy being used.

(As an aside, we had a major stooshie in our school because we found that a former student teacher was passing off one of our teacher's units of work as her own in another authority. Unfortunately for the former student our teacher took on a pupil from the other school as a tutor and the pupil brought the unit with them. Questions were asked in high places and the other school had to stop using the unit.)


LSemmens - 9-4-2015 at 13:34

I did not read beyond the wiki article after reading the original claims. I shall say no more.