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Above: Roman concrete from Pozzuoli Bay Italy, composed of mortar formulated from lime, volcanic ash and chunks of volcanic tuff. Carol Hagen photo
The Puma Pinku region is highly vulcanized, there is a type of natural cement that can be made from untreated volcanic gravel .. witness the cement in the ruins of the Colosseum in Rome, made from deposits of similar volcanic material quarried on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius.
The weathering we mean is the reddish bloom that has appeared on the same poured block in the middle pic, which is from rust forming on the particles of iron in the concrete, which is absent from the earlier pic in the montage at right.
Concrete dome in the Tempio di Venere e Roma inaugurated by Emperor Hadrian in A.D. 135 .. which surely resembles the blocks at Puma Pinku.
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The allegedly 12,000 yrs old block at left from Puma Punku is poured concrete, the cement block middle has indentations for electrical and phone lines, the same block is pictured at right .. it has aquired more weathering in the interval betweem both shots being taken, than it did in the previous 12,000 yrs .. gimme a break!!
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