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Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:25 pm
Mik
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You can bring back to life one person from all history, they'll be revived to the prime of their youth and be fine (no zombie-ism or nothing) no harm done by that whole death thing, live for like 30+ years whatever the fuck.

Who and also why ?

Fri Jul 20, 2012 11:59 pm
Noble Warrior
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Any of the several King Tut's or Nefertiti or Imotep

To stop the guess work some of these egyptologists are putting forth as fact.
To teach me how the fuck a nemes works
ancient oldskool style

To prove that ancient people wernt magical...they just weren't as stupid as people like to think.

Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:10 am
Mik
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Speaking of that, I listened to whole 3 hour discussion on Ancient Egypt a few weeks ago, interesting shit, not sure I buy half the stuff this guy was saying but interesting.

Basically he dates Ancient Egypt to be 36,000 years old and the sphinx is at least 10k+, as opposed to 10k and 4k that conventional science tells us.

I never really appreciated the size and scale of the pyramids and the work that would have went into building them, I just bought the story that they used rollers, but I never even thought about how they cut the rocks, which is millimetre perfect.

Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:34 am
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Or maybe I lock the scroll Ina vault and instruct the cult I'm starting tomorrow to Rez me back to life in exactly 100 years.

Sat Jul 21, 2012 6:16 am
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Rémy Ollier, to find out if we really are related, and even if we're not, because he is a legend regardless. He also died far too young, aged just 29. He deserves to live out the remainder of his life without the persecution he faced (being beaten almost to death more than once). I hope he would be pleased to see how rights for "coloured" people have transformed in more recent times.

Alan Turing, who also died far too young. I owe him my livelihood and I'd like him to see how his work has transformed the world. He too deserves to live out his life without the need to hide and suppress his homosexuality.

August Dvorak, because he died a bitter old man, thinking that all his hard work would never be appreciated and would inevitably be lost to history. It hasn't quite taken the world by storm but technology has ensured that his invention will persist at least among a sizeable minority until keyboards are replaced with mind input or something.

Sat Jul 21, 2012 8:13 am
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My dog Amber.

She was the greatest...

Barring that... I'd give it to the next person to resurrect me when the future stops being shitty.

Sat Jul 21, 2012 11:18 pm
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I'm saving mine for Harrison Ford or Bruce Willis ... so they can keep making awful sequels to there movies but am just a idiot i'll still enjoy them ... there also my men crush :O

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