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Originally posted by MudCloud
Wouldnt there be other rocks of the same kind around somewhere by stonehenge?
Originally posted by Andrew14rp
I find this theory extremely stupid considering that the stones were precisouly (don't know how to spell that) placed in a pattern that reflected a position that the sun comes up in summer or some other season. Do your research better before you guys start believing some stupid theory like this.
posted by Byrd
posted by MudCloud
Wouldn’t there be other rocks of the same kind around somewhere by Stonehenge?
I think that's an excellent point. Glaciers do move rocks, but they move a lot of the same kind of material . . but it was covered by glaciers during the ice ages. I'm not convinced. [Edited by Don W]
posted by Heratix
posted by Andrew14rp
I find this theory stupid considering that the stones were precisely placed in a pattern that reflected a position that the sun comes up in summer. Do your research better before you start believing some theory like this.
I think that you need to look at the question . . maybe read and understand . . I THINK he meant that the rocks were deposited there to be erected later into Stonehenge. [Edited by Don W]
Its a longshot IMO there would be too much evidence just lying around so as to speak...and also i like to think my forefathers were clever enough to do this
posted by Heratix
Here are the locations . . Prescelly mountains is where the rocks are supposed to have come from . . I live in South Wales. . I did a job involving soil sampling and testing cores . . the entire of South Wales valleys are formed by glaciation shrift marked in purple. It’s a longshot IMO . . there would be much evidence just lying around so as to speak . . and also I like to think my forefathers were clever enough to do this. [Edited by Don W]