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Recently discovered cave drawings shed new light on Yodi's past

Professor S. W. Irwin - leading archeologist of a T2 university - says he has found unquestionable proofs for a much earlier existence of the special yak race Yodipus yodiensis . The discovery of new cave drawings dates back the beginning of the Yak's history by more than 10.000 years - an uncredible jump in archeology which immediately raises up a lot of new mysterious questions to be answered by forthcoming scientific research.

After a search of more than 2 years S.W. Irwin says he has found an important message from the past. The message dates back to an ancient era, - a time well before the Classic SE or the plain grid proxy - and was apparently written in a pre-LCFGng dialect, but clearly shows how the Yak was influencing the distributed efforts of the community of that time.

"I had to keep my breath for several seconds, when I discovered the drawing" - professor S.W. Irwin said.

"We have to re-evaluate the influence of the ancient civilizations on our community and clarify the missing pieces of the 10.000 years long history suddenly passed. This should be top priority !" - he continued.

Some of the colleagues of the professor expressed strong criticism concerning his work, criticism which may or may not be valid , but finally the scientific community arrived to a consensus that the work has to be continued...

Yak Scientific - 18, march, 2008

The recently discoverd cave drawings - beginning of a new past ?
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