posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 10:54 PM
however, these claims have not been rigorously analyzed by either engineers or scientists, and such theories seem to be
discounted by evidence, such as photographs showing Leedskalnin working, apparently using traditional methods like block and
There's a few interesting words used above, can you guess which?
The comparisons to Egypt's pyramids are a red herring; there are vast
differences in weight, material, and complexity between the castle's coral slabs and the huge stone pyramids at Giza. Because coral is porous, large
blocks appear heavier than they actually are
It seems likely that if scientists haven't explained the Coral Castle specifically, it's
because there's little to "explain."
Again, we have a science website trying to "debunk" Leedskalin and claim photos about tri-pods and even link to a man who lifts 10.25 ton blocks.
Yet NOBODY ever saw this man work. 10.25 ton blocks though is one thing and can be manipulated...........yet what about 200 ton blocks? What about
500 ton blocks? You see, the science heroes have once again finished with the old "well......there's nothing to explain here.......move along" line
which is oh so typical. Besides, trying to equate Coral Castle with ancient stone walls is completely beside the point........not even remotely
But sound is action, and under the right circumstances it can have a very visible
As for being a stone mason, I've been doing this for seven years solid. Day in, day out. I may still be relatively "young" in the trade, but I know
this trade extremely well. I don't live on this website to try and debunk each and everything like two people I've seen in this thread so far, and
quite frankly........both of your arguments are EXTREMELY weak. One guy is using coral castle, and some "bumps" on stone as an argument, the
other.......well, lets just say he's not even on the same page. The bumps or protuberances mentioned I've already pointed out earlier, but I'll
explain..........these would literally snap, or disintegrate if being used as leverage points on stone so damn massive. And I'll reiterate, NOBODY in
this day and age could or would be able to complete a structure like this, It's simply unfeasible. Show me some IDENTICAL modern day construction
work completed under the same conditions, with the same material and I'm all ears.