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Originally posted by Brotherman
why dont they just move the piece to another location in the museum and see what happens
Originally posted by buddha
You need to look at the video again!!!
It is the SUN !
at 6:50am the first and 3'rd morning it starts moving.
people only come it at 9pm.
its turning away from the sun?
Originally posted by WeAre0ne
Hey everyone, I found a much clearer video of the event in another website, and I'm sure you can find it on YouTube. After looking closer at the video, I found that it DOES move at night a few times, when there is no traffic, and no lights.
So I must take back what I said in my previous posts, and rethink my theory.
Please watch the video closely.
This seems to be the most clear version I can find:
At 0:08 seconds, after the lights are off, you can see the base still moves for a few minutes after everyone is gone.edit on 24-6-2013 by WeAre0ne because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Oannes
If anyone noticed, it appears to only move during the daytime. Maby the Sun/ movement of the Earth has something to do with it?
Originally posted by Auricom
reply to post by Signals
What struck me, is that it only moves when people are around and not at night. Which makes me think that the statue is uneven and the vibration from the people make it turn in the cabinet. If it happened at night too without any people around, then I might think otherwise.
So in summary, I'll chop it up to vibrations in the floor.