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GPR Locates Voids Under Airport Runway

Published on February 6, 2012 By vadams

A potential problem with voids under a runway was confirmed after a Boeing 737 dropped through the concrete taxiway at the Mid Delta Regional Airport in Mississippi. It was reported the airplane sustained approximately $1.5 million in damages (OUCH!). Ground penetrating radar was used to map any potential voids near the storm drain which crosses [...]

Ground Penetrating Radar Helps Find Noah’s Ark

Published on December 12, 2011 By vadams

With the use of secret military satellite imagery and ground penetrating radar scientists are claiming to have found pieces of Noah’s Ark buried under ice near the peak of Mt. Ararat in Turkey. Two large sections of Noah’s ark are claimed, by Daniel McGivern and his team, to be resting about 350 feet below the [...]

GPR Used To Locate Buried ‘Agent Orange’

Published on June 6, 2011 By vadams

Last Thursday a subsurface investigation, by a joint team of 16 Koreans and 10 Americans, began to locate drums of Agent Orange allegedly buried at Camp Carroll U.S. military base in South Korea. This started after decades of silence and suffering that Steve House links to exposure to the dangerous herbicide in 1978 when he [...]

2010 Canadian Identification Society Conference

Published on September 28, 2010 By vadams

The 33rd annual CIS education conference was held at Casino Rama in Orillia, Ontario from September 20th to 23rd. Contingents from various law enforcement agencies across Canada and the United States attended this conference and trade show. The conference included a number of informative speakers covering many different facets of forensic investigation. They covered such [...]