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Redpill me, anons.
> "Ancient authors were clearly writing fiction."
> A single guy goes out into the field following a map from ancient "fiction" and finds ancient ruins.
> Discovers Troy
> "Must be a fluke."

What the fuck is wrong with the scientific community? Even if it's all horseshit, isn't it supposed to be about discovery and finding answers; satiating our human curiosity? What's the fucking fun in just saying, "oh that couldn't possibly be real, it's just a story."?
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>>22201010
We're gonna need sources on this info
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it's all about them pseudo science
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>>22201198
Sorry, got busy for a moment but here's an article, somewhat old. Can also google Frank Calvert or Heinrich Schliemann. Schliemann was a dickhead tho.

https://www.jstor.org/stable/506941?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
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>>22201010

Inform the physcists you've just discovered the heaviest element.
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>>22201198
>We're gonna need sources on this info
what, are you simple? You need to lurk moar if you don't even know how Troy was discovered or what OP said, jesuschrist.

>>22201010
Yeah, pretty much. They lack balls.
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>>22201215
nope



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