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He reviewed the archaeological literature on the surrounding area, found the 1963 Chicago researchers’ brief description of Göbekli Tepe, and decided to reexamine the site.Having found similar structures at Nevalı Çori, he recognized the possibility that the rocks and slabs were prehistoric.The site is not an escort service, according to UPI, as the "babies" -- who receive an average of $3000 monthly allowances from their "daddies" -- are not required to have sex with the men.A new video advertisement for the site promotes the service as a way to pay for a college education, with a girl explaining, "our mission is is to provide quality education, completely paid for by wealth benefactors."The video urges girls with so-called "daddy issues" to sign up.The Daily Mail reports that Temple was fourth in the country for sign-ups on the website in 2015 with 155 students.RELATED STORY: CEO and Founder Brandon Wade says the site offers a solution to the college debt crisis in the country.