posted on Dec, 11 2007 @ 01:28 PM
maybe this video shows that its not that stonehenge is a feat of engineering per se, but a feat of ingenuity.
once you have the rocks, yes the logistics of moving them becomes an issue, but even that roller track at the beginning can be a clue. but people have
been moving large objects for a long time now in some fashion or another. just likely not something we as laymen would think of initially.
most of this is just simple machines used in the way they were meant to be. but its a brilliant find, for sure. I'd love to see more, since i can see
how the top caps can be put up in this manner, but not the actual putting them into place how they are part. I have my theories seeing teh pivot part,
but I'd like to see it done, and by someone who obviously knows what hes doing.
"Give me a large enough lever, and a place to stand, and I will move the earth."