posted on Apr, 3 2011 @ 01:39 PM
reply to post by john_bmth
The point here is, these gigantic masses as at Baalbek, were indeed transported, without traces of massive structures or other arrangements for the
transportation effort. All we can today see, are the actual assemblies and quarries, and some unfinished blocks.
The records on Tibetan monks using instruments and sound are just one hint to the direction of understanding the methods our ancestors used, to
accomplish such a feat our current technologies cannot match.
How would sound levitate the object? References discussed, so far has been about acoustic pressure. This is the simple explanation, and indeed would
only entertain a modest mass - in comparison with the monoliths, which weigh in tens or hundreds of tons kg (largest block at Baalbek is estimated at
just a bit larger than 1200 tons). However, research on quantum physics, and in particular the Casimir force, has clearly indicated a repulsive force
- i.e. levitation. And at the same time, this force being equally producible through phonons - i.e. acoustic waves at specific frequencies. These are
current scientific facts.
Now, this is not even close to a final proof, that these monoliths we can see around the world, would've been handled using this force. It is just a
small step of our current science into the direction, which may reveal fairly simple techniques and arrangements allowing almost "magical" results.
And allow us, at some point, consider moving such blocks as at Baalbek, by our technology, and get in par with the ancient dynasties finally.
Then again, you might heard of flying stones at Pune, India. And there, you do not even need sound. Just touch the stones, to make them fly. So, there
must be something more ...