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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
the point is that all of these things are possible for low-tech humans, given adequate materials, manpower, and ingenuity, with a big emphasis on ingenuity.
The fact is that we are surrounded by feats of equal and greater magnitude every day
Originally posted by princeea
How about the ones found in Miami circa 98? Very similar. I think humans could have built them but those stones are HEAVY! Maybe lost technology based on simple principles.
Originally posted by BlackGuardXIII
Age is a high price for maturity, but if age brings maturity why are there so many seniors who are immature and some children who are so mature? Maturity is more like a labrynth, and the only way out is to die. Some people never get very far their whole lives, while others get a long way through quickly. But, to me, no one is mature, everyone has room for growth.
originally posted by: urbanghost
As the bluestones came from what is now Wales, I would say that the ancient Cymry built it. Nobody would have came and stolen the stones from them to take them to where they now stand.
originally posted by: MapMistress
It's the warm weather aegilopoides einkorn wheat that was a crop of the Stonehenge builders. It was an ancient mariner group who settled the British Isles and brought the warm weather wheat crop with them.