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Old 23-12-2012, 09:29 PM   #1
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Old 23-12-2012, 09:39 PM   #2
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A guy moving some stonehenge size blocks

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Old 23-12-2012, 11:15 PM   #3
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What's the big scientific mystery about how Stone Henge was built?

Wikipage doesn't mention it for some reason but this basic idea has been around for years. Thousands of them.

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Old 23-12-2012, 11:22 PM   #4
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Hardly the same environment and the same challenge. The issue is also that some of these sites would have needed to take the rock from sites hundreds of miles away.
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Great video....

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Hardly the same environment and the same challenge. The issue is also that some of these sites would have needed to take the rock from sites hundreds of miles away.
Pull harder?

Does the wooden railway idea explain it?
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Old 23-12-2012, 11:39 PM   #7
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Hardly the same environment and the same challenge. The issue is also that some of these sites would have needed to take the rock from sites hundreds of miles away.
Well in the most pertinent examples such as Baalbek, the stones were quarried only a few hundred metres away.

As for Stone Henge, the stones are from 'only' 20 miles...and may have been transported by artificial waterway.

I don't know of a site which used stones quarried 100's of miles away.
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It was impossible to move the 50 ton stones by water. They would be very useful as counterweights on a railway system.


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It was impossible to move the 50 ton stones by water. They would be very useful as counterweights on a railway system.
Archimedes principal would allow these huge rocks to float on a wooden raft of some kind....

Regardless, a stone in water is already much lighter and easier to move.
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Archimedes principal would allow these huge rocks to float on a wooden raft of some kind....

Regardless, a stone in water is already much lighter and easier to move.
Water not deep enough for the largest rocks.
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Well in the most pertinent examples such as Baalbek, the stones were quarried only a few hundred metres away.

As for Stone Henge, the stones are from 'only' 20 miles...and may have been transported by artificial waterway.

I don't know of a site which used stones quarried 100's of miles away.

It is clamed that there were other types of stone added at later dates which were supposed to be 25 miles away (in its self still a HUGE distance to transport such huge solid stone) but the majority of the rocks came from Wales, about 160 miles away.

Avebury was not so far I think although not sure, I think they came from Marlborough..

Although there is not alot of research that wants to explore anything that the official institutions want. they are all pro in telling you were the rock came from or how it got there (even if a huge stretch) but have not got a foggiest what they were for.

Sometimes they will say they got the rock from this and that such a place, and then you find out that the rock from that place was transported from another long distance.... The fact still remains that preferred rock was used and huge effort went into getting it..

i find it odd how they think they used man power to take this rocks over miles and miles of hills, but cant fathom that their motive must have been huge...
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It's downhill most of the way from Wales, and they have the Westerly wind behind them. Put sails on those suckers.




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These modern man explantions make me laugh so much, there are stones in ancient structures that multiples of modern machinery would creak at, let alone move them from many, many miles away.
Let us remember that spoken often in the tales, is the tone of the stone enabled it to fly through the air by itself.
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These modern man explantions make me laugh so much, there are stones in ancient structures that multiples of modern machinery would creak at, let alone move them from many, many miles away.
Let us remember that spoken often in the tales, is the tone of the stone enabled it to fly through the air by itself.
Let us also keep in mind the possibility that other civilizations on other planets had similar structures than here on earth.

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These modern man explantions make me laugh so much, there are stones in ancient structures that multiples of modern machinery would creak at, let alone move them from many, many miles away.
Let us remember that spoken often in the tales, is the tone of the stone enabled it to fly through the air by itself.
Agreed.

Some ancient structures may have used levitation technology, lasers, that kind of thing.

This doesn't apply to great many ancient structures though, which require alternative explanations.
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no mystery there.. stonehenge is obviously a sundial.

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Can someone give me short cliffs?


I was sold on the ancient aliens theory... The religions are perfect example of it.
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Can someone give me short cliffs?


I was sold on the ancient aliens theory... The religions are perfect example of ancient aliens.
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Old 24-12-2012, 08:23 AM   #20
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Hardly the same environment and the same challenge. The issue is also that some of these sites would have needed to take the rock from sites hundreds of miles away.
I didn't say it was. I thought it was great what this guy had achieved by himself.
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