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Wally Wallington has a strange hobby: he moves heavy stuff. By himself. Stuff like barns.
Wallington has discovered what he believes is the incredibly simple secret of how the ancients managed to build Stonehenge. He demonstrates in this video. Got a couple pebbles?
Originally posted by Bluess
Maybe we did build even the pyramids, without Alien help afterall?
Originally posted by SonicInfinity
Isn't there a thread for this already? Nevertheless, the method is pretty impressive. I'm pretty sure other people have figured this out as well.
Originally posted by daviroo
I doubt very much that stonehenge was built using this method. As a poster has already mentioned in this thread this technique would not work moving a block across soft ground as the pebbles would just sink into the ground under the weight of the rock.
Originally posted by Karlhungis
reply to post by Traps
It isn't just about the stacking. It is about moving them from point A to point B. Your theory doesn't really account for the transportation of the stones.