posted on Sep, 9 2014 @ 09:51 AM
originally posted by: JamesTB
Lol Haslune it's not me who's going to have to modify his opinion it's you. When you can adequately explain how these structures were made then
I'll believe you but you can't, your explanations don't make sense.
They make perfect sense unfortunately you deny them based on personal incredulity and bias towards your own desires. I see you have conducted a
You proclaim your theories like they are set in stone facts but anyone who has any practical experience of working and shaping materials knows
full well your theories are just nonsense.
Not my theories but those of the people who work with those materials. The people who have practical experience with material also agree, if they
don't why don't you gather them up and have them present all this 'evidence' that the natives of x region were not capable of doing stone work
then show the evidence for who did it and how. Please note your desire for this to be true doesn't count.
Go into my thread on The Temple of the Condor and try to tell me that was made with stone pounders and chisels!
No link so I won't spend the time to find it. However I'm familiar with it and yep the Inca made it with the tools available to them, can you prove
Can you outline to us your expertise and background that allows you to make these statements?
As I asked your expertise I will state mine, previous archaeology work in the ME and elsewhere and more importantly I've read pretty much everything
ever written (PPRP) on stone working, and yes I pounded out a few rocks in my time, in particular limestone in Egypt, granite around Aswan, limestone
in Meso-america and the rocks of Rapa Nui.