posted on Dec, 11 2012 @ 07:32 AM
If all Ed was doing was using a block and tackle...why was he concerned with calculating the best time of day to move stones; based on the natural
flow of Earths electrons, why did he drill holes in the blocks and wrap them? Why did he create an electrical charge with a fly wheel? Why try to
rewrite accepted theories of magnetism? There's more to this than 3 simple posts and a network block and tackle rigging...
Just because one cannot understand the processes(lost) and see the solution; and can recognize some of the parts, to do portions of the work
required...does not equal a debunk of the process in which the stones were actually moved.
Would I make all of this random junk; and perform unrelated calculations, just to move some stones with a block and tackle? Would anyone else? At some
point rationality has to enter a persons process of reasoning; when problem solving. His motivation wasn't money or fame; he was not crazy...the
typical reasons behind unrelated things found in a process..."I'll teach you my secret; but you have to buy my plans", or under a delusion that
cranking a flywheel gave him a supernatural power to lift the blocks. None of that fits his profile. He was a broken hearted immigrant waiting; for
his princess to one day walk through the gates, of a castle he made for her with his own two hands...that's all he ever wanted; and hence was also
If one can answer why all the unrelated objects, writings, calculations etc. around moving stones...are there if they have nothing to do with moving
them at all; then one may arrive at a sufficient debunk. Otherwise...one has only convinced themselves as well as those; that can't figure it out
either...just 3 posts and a block and tackle sure why not; it is the easiest road in ones mind to solve a problem, in person that cannot admit
I have my own theory on how he did it; and it's quite a simple theory of how it was done...do I want to share it here at ATS? Where they will own all
rights to it; if I divulge how I think he did it; and how all of these seemly unrelated items work together? Nope. If we had ownership of all we
author here...sure why not. If you're that interested in figuring out the process and recreating it...I dropped some huge hints, most people leave
out or do not consider at all in experiments. He really does lay it all out neatly...but some stuff you have to be familiar with as a layman or the
dots will never connect.