posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 01:44 PM
Good comments, all.
Indeed, it would've had to have been some kind of "easy tool" like our modern high pressure water cutter. But then that's only half the mystery —
because there's still the fine adjustments needed to match each and every gargantuan piece. Some other amazing machinery (or levitation method)
would've been needed to suspend the megaliths, if only for a short moment for some back-and-forth adjustments, so that workers can use their power
tools! Outrageous stuff.
So the thread title is just one inexplicable shocking theory to challenge your mind. Every which way it's inexplicable, far-fetched or just extremely
implausible. It's like there's really only one good direction of reasoning, considering all the other evidence and modern coverups.
I don't understand the comment about "lapped together." You mean folded together? Indeed the corner joints are the most baffling — where an "L"
shape is made at an unnecessary spot but it's equally razor perfect.
Also, by the way, the debunkers only talk about the finer pitch marks near the joints, which can easily be explained by supposing that there were
human workers going in afterwards as a follow-up to smoothen and round the exposed edges. Debunkers are counter debunked.
edit on 1-1-2013 by
FormerSkeptic because: grammar