posted on Oct, 19 2013 @ 02:41 AM
reply to post by Shadow Herder
what do you mean chiseling rocks with vibrations. Let me propose a challenge pertaining to placement of cut stones.
The rules for answering are as follows:
1.All methods of cutting any stone are accepted as possible without debate.
2.Transportation of stones to site within 5 feet of placement is unnecessary to explain.
Now all we need to do is place every stone in it final resting place.
A. does every stone cut fit perfectly on the first placement attempt. If yes, lets perform an experiment. Use bars of soap and any cutting tool you
desire to create 4 soap blocks. you have to cut all six sides of each piece. Put 2 soap pieces on the first layer so one surface perfectly butts up to
another block. then place the other two pieces on top of those perfectly. what you should have is 2 sides of each block perfectly touching 2 different
blocks. remember you only get to cut and shape once. then look at your result. are the seams flawless. can you stick a piece of paper in the gaps like
the claims of credit cards not fitting in the megalithic structures of the world.
B If not how many time does it take you to reshape the blocks and test their perfection.
C. did you ever achieve the precision and quality of our wonders of the world.
after this simple challenge you will realize it doesn't matter what tech was used for cutting and transporting these materials. It how many times
does a piece need to be refined to achieve their quality.
The lesson i'm so unimpressively describing is how can we overlook the challenges within a few feet of placement while offering many solutions to to
quarrying and transportation from large distances. Youtube proof of your soap blocks if you are sucessful