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Originally posted by darrman
reply to post by anon72
quite simple--- really.
you would place this as a set of "positioning" devices to move Heavy objects into the right place by placing a STAFF through the holes and use leverage to move the object ontop of this , in to a better position--
with 12 sides you would be able to move objects into Many directions.. pick your hole, and lift in the direction of alignment..
Originally posted by fooks
ok, this is rediculous,
stonehenge, this thing, puma punku, and every other thing that was built to friggin tell some dumb poophead when to plant a potato.
on every continent btw.
really? was ancient man into big gov nanny states?
Originally posted by historybuff10
All, despite Fox news (some intern there reporting), the Mystery of the Roman Dodecahedron was considered solved (at least in the engineering and scientific community) on March 16th 2011 by engineer John Ladd. It is irritating that ignorant historians and media haven't caught on to that fact. His arguments and proof is overwhelming (www.romansystemsengineering.com)