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I'm looking for someone with a decent metal detector around Davao City. The target was already located using three other detectors but I'd like someone to come out and give me one more good confirmation. If your device gets a reading for metal in the target location you'll get 5% of the recovered loot. This is fair because the target has already been located. You won't even be searching, just scan over a small area I specify and see if your device picks up a metal reading. I'm already down to 8 feet so it wouldn't take very long to receive your share because I don't think this one is very deep.

The detector needs to have the ability to penetrate at least 10 feet of earth. Thanks
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General Chat about WWII LOOT / Re: Soil layer
« Last post by admin on December 07, 2017, 11:32:11 AM »
If someone is monitoring your post then maybe they got your password. I have no idea about that. Maybe change it and try to log on again.
TW

   I think i got the picture you are refering to but its so blurry. I remember i was able to save it in my desktop storage. It is just a detailed explanation of soil thickness and what to encounter next, step by step. According to her that simple illustration is based on operation, experience. I'll try to look for that photo inside the folder of thousands of photo compilation in my desktop storage and i'll post it here using my windows phone. BTW this account of mine is monitored by somebody else. Everytime i open this forum i can never see "unread posts" even though there are plenty of unread posting from everybody. Thanks.
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General Chat about WWII LOOT / Re: Soil layer
« Last post by Voyager on December 03, 2017, 12:57:57 PM »
change your password bro. make it 20 or more characters...
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General Chat about WWII LOOT / Re: Soil layer
« Last post by fom1113 on December 01, 2017, 01:15:03 PM »
   I think i got the picture you are refering to but its so blurry. I remember i was able to save it in my desktop storage. It is just a detailed explanation of soil thickness and what to encounter next, step by step. According to her that simple illustration is based on operation, experience. I'll try to look for that photo inside the folder of thousands of photo compilation in my desktop storage and i'll post it here using my windows phone. BTW this account of mine is monitored by somebody else. Everytime i open this forum i can never see "unread posts" even though there are plenty of unread posting from everybody. Thanks.
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Of course they should always do their due diligence before financing any projects. That's my advice.
TW
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owww. its not meant for me. for the longest time, i vowed i would never finance any project.

i am just concerned about other people here financing projects on a lot they dont own , or financing projects owned by strangers.
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No problem. If you want to look for project financing here then it's up to you.
TW

treasurenet does not allow any solicitation for financing . what is the policy of tseatc.com?
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treasurenet does not allow any solicitation for financing . what is the policy of tseatc.com?
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General Chat about WWII LOOT / Re: Ex Mayor plans to excavate two more Bohol Churches
« Last post by renantiur on November 12, 2017, 08:24:24 AM »


wow. is the church not an imperial site? does it hold only 1 ton and 3-4 tons?  why wont they just drill it like professor cabusao did in baguio convention center...


will the idea of professor cabusao work in most sites like in Bohol?

  i am  just wondering because there are drilling machines (air drilling machines) that can penetrate even the hardest ones.  a 300 feet hard layer can be penetrated and drilled through in 1-2 days only with a diameter of 12 inches to 24 inches. some can even be bigger.  some air drilling machines are faster just like in australia and Uk.  a 300 feet layer can be penetrated in 1-2 hours only.

if an air driller can punch through a very hard top covering of a bunker with their dth hammers and bits, i think there is a chance they can enter the bunker in 2-5 days time.  however, i dont know if there is a bomb laden on top of the bunkers.

i am just saying these matters because the idea of professor cabusao might work. but the problem with the drilling of cabusao is that the drill he employed was not air drilling. it was good for soil testing only with 2-8 inches wide hole. and a mud rotary drilling can take months to finish
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