History Fridge / NightAtTheMuseum

4th Jun '17 3:22:20 PM JackDavid
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* Someone discovering how to recreate the magic of the tablet and publishing it. YouCanPanicNow.

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* Someone discovering how to recreate the magic of the tablet and publishing it. YouCanPanicNow.YouCanPanicNow.
* As demonstrated by Ahkmenrah and Dexter, the tablet can even bring corpses back to life....so what's gonna happen if the tablet reaches a cemetery?
* What would happen if the tablet was near a horror video game/tv show/movie?
23rd May '17 11:25:03 AM Seanhawk23
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** Then again, gold isn't supposed to corrode like that. Perhaps it is a different metal make (perhaps copper-based) but plated in gold?
2nd Feb '17 11:03:50 AM Fishyface
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*** The thing is, Jedediah is ''tiny.'' the notion that a sculptor gave his tiny pistol an actual functioning hammer is just absurd; it's more likely that hammer was added in by the tablet, meaning the tablet could have pulled the same trick off for the RC car as well.

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*** The thing is, Jedediah is ''tiny.'' the notion that a sculptor gave his tiny pistol an actual functioning hammer is just absurd; absurd, if not outright impossible; it's more likely that hammer was added in by the tablet, meaning the tablet could have pulled the same trick off for the RC car as well.
2nd Feb '17 11:02:04 AM Fishyface
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*** The thing is, Jedediah is ''tiny.'' the notion that a sculptor gave his tiny pistol an actual functioning hammer is just absurd; it's more likely that hammer was added in by the tablet, meaning the tablet could have pulled the same trick off for the RC car as well.
12th May '16 3:25:44 PM LamentableSandpiper
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**In ancient Egyptian folk tales there are times were magicians bring wax figures to life, As well as the idea behind shabti's, which are the wooden representations of workers found in tombs. Covers most of the attractions in a museum- wax figures, wood or stone statues, bodily remains including those of animals.
25th Dec '15 8:51:25 PM coinneach
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* Gold is really really heavy. Akhmenra's tablet appears to be about 12" wide, 18" long, and 2" deep. Assuming it's solid gold, that comes out to nearly 300 pounds. And a 10-year-old kid is toting it around like a notebook?

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* Gold is really really heavy. heavy, some 19 grams per cubic centimeter. Akhmenra's tablet appears to be about 12" wide, 18" long, and 2" deep. deep, or nearly 7000 cubic centimeters. Assuming it's solid gold, solid, that comes out to nearly 300 pounds.pounds or 136 kilos. And a 10-year-old kid is toting it around like a notebook?
25th Dec '15 8:49:19 PM coinneach
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* Gold is really really heavy. Akhmenra's tablet appears to be about 12" wide, 18" long, and 2" deep. Assuming it's solid gold, that comes out to nearly 300 pounds. And a 10-year-old kid is toting it around like a notebook?
3rd Jun '15 3:11:11 PM peixe200
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** And where ''are'' those working controls, genius? Toy cars don't have pedals!
13th Mar '15 7:21:02 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** However, people in London would more likely tend to view the lions coming to life as some sort of clever animatronic prank, or as an UnusallyUninterestingSight, only talking about it the next morning, and then going on with their daily lives.

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** However, people in London would more likely tend to view the lions coming to life as some sort of clever animatronic prank, or as an UnusallyUninterestingSight, UnusuallyUninterestingSight, only talking about it the next morning, and then going on with their daily lives.
13th Mar '15 7:20:44 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** For those who might not understand why that has horrific implications, just think: it could very well be proof that the Ancient Egyptian religion is the real deal and that 99% of the world's religions (at worst case scenario) got it all wrong. If the theological consequences weren't enough to cause riots around the globe, imagine if people discover that Merenkahre was the pharaoh of the Exodus. He was VERY wise to keep the secret at all costs.
* Someone discovering how to recreate the magic of the tablet and publishing it. YouCanPanicNow

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** For those who might not understand why that has horrific implications, just think: it could very well be proof that the Ancient Egyptian religion is the real deal and that 99% of the world's religions (at worst case scenario) got it all wrong. If the theological consequences weren't enough to cause riots around the globe, imagine if people discover that Merenkahre was the pharaoh that caused the events of the Book of Exodus. He was VERY, VERY wise to keep the secret at all costs.
** However, people in London would more likely tend to view the lions coming to life as some sort of clever animatronic prank, or as an UnusallyUninterestingSight, only talking about it the next morning, and then going on with their daily lives.
* Someone discovering how to recreate the magic of the tablet and publishing it. YouCanPanicNowYouCanPanicNow.
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