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    Stonehenge: Did ancient 'machine' move stones from Wales?

    Engineer Shaun Whitehead, who led the Djedi robotic exploration of the Great Pyramid, said: "I'm often approached by people who have their own ideas about why and how these great structures were built.

    "I'm careful not to dismiss any of these without a little thought, but most can be shown to be unworkable or impractical.

    "However, Steven's theories on how massive objects could have been moved demonstrate a very creative and practical engineering mind."
    While he said nobody knows for sure how they were moved, Steven's idea is "as good as any, and better than most".

  • #2
    Originally posted by tooblue View Post
    Stonehenge: Did ancient 'machine' move stones from Wales?


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      I don't know if it's ancient - but that technology is pretty much how I walk down the hall to the kitchen - to get another roast beef sandwich.

      When poet puts pen to paper imagination breathes life, finding hearth and home.
      -Mid Summer's Night Dream