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5000 year old technology rediscovered

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

    Syntexnl July 12, 2011 10:47:48 AM CEST

    Not moved... is conkreet made on its place ...

  • Toxic32#

    Toxic32 July 11, 2011 5:58:42 PM CEST

    I agree it would only work on hard surfaces and not soil or sand, I'm still amazed at the massive block's that have been moved and placed on top of each other.

  • Dukettt#

    Dukettt July 11, 2011 12:36:37 PM CEST

    blocks seem to move nicely on a hard surface but how does that pebble technique work on a dirt? Now how was this moved? Pebbles? http://www.world-mysteries.com/mpl_5bk.jpg

  • Toxic32#

    Toxic32 July 11, 2011 10:28:50 AM CEST

    I totally agree with what you are saying. But it does show what you can do with a bit of ingenuity and persistence.

  • Kuergun#

    Kuergun July 11, 2011 9:28:10 AM CEST

    This guy forgets the Stonehenge blocks came from over 300 miles across water from another quarry in Wales !!! They are MASSIVE and until you see them you can not imagine there size !! His idea is interesting but it does not answer all the problems of the construction of Stonehenge

  • Pateriot#

    Pateriot July 11, 2011 2:16:03 AM CEST

    This is proof what one man and a little inenuity are able to accomplish. I suddenly puts the thought of anceint mankind being able to accompplish massive feats of building into the realm of extremey plausible. So much for ancient high technology and alien intervention nit-wittery.

  • Whizkid#

    Whizkid July 11, 2011 1:23:08 AM CEST

    How did he get the block there in the first place? How did he initially get it off the ground to start using his counterbalance technique? Interesting, but leaves some important questions unanswered. Nice post, though.

  • Streetcap1#

    Streetcap1 July 10, 2011 11:19:58 PM CEST

    Very interesting.

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