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Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by EartOccupant
Well for me the verdict is still out the "Laser cut stone" angle/scenario but setting that possibility aside it does show a great degree of engineering on their part. I too question the simple "Copper tool" aspect of modern Academia's version of events. I feel oftentimes they will date a site and then simply make the assumption that because it is thought to be from a certain accepted "Time-line" that the "Builders" used what is generally perceived as a certain level of technology for that given period.
They say the Egyptians built the Great pyramid with simple Copper tools. Meanwhile, a piece of Iron was found within the Great pyramid [Which can be seen in a British museum] I love how many who support the idea that they didn't have iron/steel tools often are willing to ignore that little known fact.edit on 21-8-2011 by SLAYER69 because: (no reason given)
Either they had beams, machines or other powers, besides the architectural knowledge out of nowhere.
It doesn't add up.
Originally posted by PapagiorgioCZ
Hi, interresting. Are there some huge unable-to-lift monolites?
It reminds nazca lines and a those flat top mountains, isn't it?