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5000 year old technology rediscovered

  • Toxic32
  • uploaded: Jul 10, 2011
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  • Heretikos#

    Heretikos August 9, 2011 7:24:05 PM CEST

    L O L... Dumbass video FAIL! He's using some SMALL stones compared to what's out there. This is just eye candy for people that like to deny bizarre ancient structures.

  • Skeptik#

    Skeptik July 29, 2011 3:50:33 PM CEST

    You're missing the point here. Wallington's not working it down to the detailed level of archaeology, let archaeologists do that.He has just demonstrated the most feasible _method_ using only means available to man since the beginning of our kind (rocks, water, wood and gravity).This is the wisdom of the ancients; knowing the true potential of the forces we take for granted, and not some magical mumbo jumbo that focuses on the narrow _technological_ side of things (a side-effect of every post-nuclear generation I suppose).The technological tools were perhaps not as impressive as our super computers, but their impact still amazes us to the point of fabricating some unknown force to explain it, instead of realizing the true potential of a thinking man in nature.

  • Skeptik#

    Skeptik July 29, 2011 3:47:32 PM CEST

    Wally Wallington just proved you wrong, and he's "just" a construction worker. I bet he's closer to the answer of Stonehenge than we'll ever be, because we think in terms of technology and not in terms of exploiting nature effectively (such as working with gravity). They were much cleverer so many years ago, having a great deal to achieve with so little.Crystals themselves are truly impotent and rarely useful but as carving tools; but they get a lot of energy from superstitious believers, and as such, have some unclear power over the minds of the plebs.

  • Coralbay00#

    Coralbay00 July 18, 2011 10:21:49 PM CEST

    Great achievement to the engineer but i ain't buying it. 5000 years ago i imagine that there were no smooth 'roads' to move the 'MASSIVE' stones along in this manner.

  • Nitro#

    Nitro July 18, 2011 2:36:57 AM CEST

    looks like a machine to me retard

  • Slydog349#

    Slydog349 July 18, 2011 1:17:16 AM CEST

    Or maybe Stonehenge was always there. And people just chiseled and removed the rock that "wasn't" Stonehenge . . . I just blew your mind! ha

  • Slydog349#

    Slydog349 July 18, 2011 1:10:47 AM CEST

    @Stsir86: "concrete proof", ha, hilarious!!But to the others, this is just one example of how Stonehenge could have been created. It could partially be accurate too. They could have used the more traditional 'log' method of rolling the slabs, instead of pebbles. Or something else entirely beyond our current knowledge.I'm leaning more towards the science used at Coral Castle, mentioned above.

  • Edn16s#

    Edn16s July 17, 2011 6:32:17 PM CEST

    This is not true. Stonehenge was built with crystal energy and mind power. We're talking about a time when humans were more powerful than the dumbed down version that we are today.

  • Stsir86#

    Stsir86 July 17, 2011 10:27:00 AM CEST

    what if you were to put a flat rockon the ground then the little rock then the main stone? i think you could spin the big one!oh and the Romans invented real cement, but they used itas a mortar rather than moulding it like us, if you need concrete proof go to Rome and look for yourself

  • Ricchase#

    Ricchase July 17, 2011 4:49:28 AM CEST

    Perhaps the video/idea has been around for a while. However, I have never seen it nor was I aware the task 'could' have been done in this way. Personally, it tears down another mental block I might have had- about the capabilities of mankind. I do wonder what might have happened to this technology during the continuous encroachment of humanity during these periods.Thank you for the post.

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