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Comment: A note on the underground temperatures.

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A note on the underground temperatures.

The Japanese have been known for centuries to fire stoneware ceramics using wood as fuel for the hillside kilns. Stoneware requires 2400 degrees f. It is not outside the realm of possibility for the recorded underground heat to have occurred without the presence of thermite or thermate.

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