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Here, he addresses a press conference at the Indraprashtra Apollo Hospital on October 4, 2005.
It contains micro-mineral compounds not found elsewhere in our star system, or in known meteorites and comets, and has the potential to rewrite the history books.
The Hypatia stone was named for the first Western woman mathematician and astronomer, Hypatia of Alexandria (top right), and contains never before discovered forms of minerals.
Carson and a team of 20 specialists approved the procedure after studying the girls' brains; however, their parents were worried about their daughters' lives and did not give doctors permission to operate. Carson observes the start of neurosurgery proceedings at the Raffles Hospital in Singapore on July 6, 2003. Keith Goh, left, performed a complex operation that was unsuccessful to separate 29-year-old twins Ladan And Laleh Bijani, who were joined at the head."My own personal theory is that Joseph built the pyramids to store grain," Carson said in taped remarks first reported by Buzzfeed on Wednesday.
"Now all the archeologists think that they were made for the pharaohs' graves.
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