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Originally posted by anon72
It looks like to me that the people we know who lived there came upon the ruins of a great building/city.
The finders appeared to have built on and around the left over/remains. Hence the small bricks/stones etc.
I can't wait to go there and see for myself..
Originally posted by Plugin
reply to post by anon72
Basicly the same as in Egypt and in many many other ancient places yes. Everyone can see it belongs in an old place long forgotten (pre flood or something). Why-- this isn't this accepted yet as basic science; that many stones/buildings are from a civilization unknown from an unknown time.
Somethimes science is so fixed it's hard to move I guess.
It's not accepted by 'science' because your contention is wrong. The local people of that time learned to do that with the materials they had available. Unless you can explain how an 'advanced' group came in, cut a bunch of stones then left, leaving no traces whatsoever?
No 'preflood', no biblical world destroying flood, lots of little floods, at different times in different places.
In the first video did you notice the knobs (bosses) on the redstone blocks? Those are there to help them move them - if they used 'advanced' technology - how where they left on? Now we don't know the context of which site they were at so cannot provided exact information on when it was built. That type of stone isn't particularly hard, Mohr 4 I believe, his statement of 7 is incorrect
Question how was this cathedral made and when? How is it possible for Europeans to have made this without advanced machining?
How did a Greek/Roman artist carve this in marble over 2,000 years ago without advanced machines?
Originally posted by spaceg0at
i would also like to add that most of these megalithic structures are made of granite..
not softer stone like modern statues and art are made of