Scan indicates hidden chamber in King Tut's tomb


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#2

Finally! Somewhere to store all that grain Joseph harvested!


I can't see my replies/likes/likes received totals anymore
#3

Let’s keep the cat responsible for Tut’s mask repair far away from this.
If there were a good time for a curse…


#4

He may want to rethink that approach.


#5

You fools! The four elements must remain undisturbed until the 5th Element arrives to integrate their powers!


#6

boring. I hope for Imhotep.


#7

In related news, Donald J. Trump replied with a tweet:

##LameStreamScientists propping up #Carson’s story. I had those #pyramids built in 80s, that chamber is #hotelroom.


#8

And that restoration is still expected to take two more months! http://www.dw.com/en/german-expert-restores-king-tut-mask-after-botched-glue-job/a-18794651


#9

Here we go agrain…


#10

Wasn’t this story was doing the rounds a few weeks ago as well? I had been thinking of bringing it up during the Carson thingy…


#11

agricultural can easily become aggrocultural


#12

ZING!

Except Tut wasn’t buried in a pyramid, but in a hidden tomb in the Valley Of The Kings.


#13

Surprise, surprise… I wonder why he wasn’t buried in a pyramid [eyeroll]


#14

There are not enough likes on the internet for you today!


#15

Because it was full of grain, of course! Keep up!


#16

why, I oughta!


#17

Love this comment!!


#18

So, something bigger on the inside, eh?


#19

The classics!


#20

I adored that book as a kid. Years later I saw a photo of Heinrich Schliemann’s wife modeling jewelry he found at the excavation of Troy and wondered why it seemed so familiar…