posted on Dec, 25 2013 @ 02:09 PM
You completely missed the point of the analogy.
No, I didn't ... but I thought I'd make a direct reference to your general
analogy by comparing images of these ancient sites with what you
said. Coming to same practical solutions without contact may work for stacking cannonballs & many other things, but here we're looking at something
completely different IMO.
I prefer not to judge for myself from photos as it would have little bearing on what actually happened during the construction, but I would guess that
over time masons would come to similar, independent conclusions about what works best when it comes to stacking stone blocks in a particular manner.
Physics is the "information cloud" which connects them all ... no direct contact required.
I respect your opinion. But as far as I'm concerned, I see that the result of the construction methods are very similar, if not the same. As long as
we don't have a clue about how these methods worked, I think the 'obvious' similarities in such images are more helpful than current explanations that
are mostly based on assumptions rather than evidence ...
edit on 25-12-2013 by jeep3r because: text