Balbeck och Serapuem mega block

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Re: Balbeck och Serapuem mega block

Post by dann » Tue 26 Jul 2022, 12:43

Besides, you never answered my questions:
dann wrote:
Sat 09 Jul 2022, 08:28
No, I didn't say that they couldn't. Wikipedia says that they didn't. The three stones ≥1,000 t are still at the quarry.
And you still haven't told us how små kanaler would work downhill.
If this is supposed to be more than the hypothetical, 'if they had wanted to, they could have', then you should be able to answer these questions:
Have otherwise inexplicable traces of quicksilver been found at the site?
Have any archeological traces of those små kanaler been found between the quarry and the temple?

If they have, please tell us how they made it work downhill from the quarry.

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Re: Balbeck och Serapuem mega block

Post by magi » Tue 26 Jul 2022, 13:56

dann wrote:
Tue 26 Jul 2022, 12:43
Besides, you never answered my questions:
dann wrote:
Sat 09 Jul 2022, 08:28
Have otherwise inexplicable traces of quicksilver been found at the site?
Have any archeological traces of those små kanaler been found between the quarry and the temple?

I just know that some archaeology sites have found liquid mercury and in china they had mercury in large quantities.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnkJeriWwt0
So they used mercury in some way and if they had much of it they could have used it to move any stone block with no effort of power.


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Re: Balbeck och Serapuem mega block

Post by magi » Tue 26 Jul 2022, 14:01

dann wrote:
Tue 26 Jul 2022, 12:43
Besides, you never answered my questions:
dann wrote:
Sat 09 Jul 2022, 08:28
Have otherwise inexplicable traces of quicksilver been found at the site?
Have any archeological traces of those små kanaler been found between the quarry and the temple?

I just know they have found liquid mercury all over the world in ancient sites.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnkJeriWwt0
So if they had much of it they could have used it to float any megalitic stone with no effort.
Why would they have found canals?
After they have build a megalitic statue or pyramid they probably removed all canals.
But there are lost of ancient canals found in india but they were probably used as water canals
to transport stones.



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Re: Balbeck och Serapuem mega block

Post by dann » Wed 27 Jul 2022, 08:39

All over the world = a couple of places are mentioned, primarily in the Americas.
If they had quite a lot of it, they could have used it to float megalithic stones with an awful lot of effort.
They would have found canals if they had ever been there. Why assume that they would have removed all of them, even those nearest to the quarry? At the one in question, they even left the two largest stones at the quarry, but I guess they must have been so busy removing all traces of the alleged canals that they didn't have the time or the energy to deal with the blocks of stone that had already been hewn. The easiest way to remove the alleged canals would have been to fill them up, which would have served to preserve traces of the canals instead of removing all traces.
Ancient canals are actually found "all over the world," but there is no reason to assume that "they were probably used as water canals
to transport stones."
Canals, where they had them, were used as a superior means of transportation for all kinds of things but particularly water until the late Middle Ages. They are still in use in many places.
Canals have been used since ancient times to carry water where it is needed or allow transportation where natural waterways do not go.
(...)
Canals are artificial inland waterways. They are built for water supply, sewage removal, crop irrigation, drainage, and transportation. The first known canals were dug in the Middle East thousands of years ago. King Sennacherib, who ruled Assyria in 704-681 b.c., had a 50-mile (80-km) long stone canal built to supply the city of Nineveh with fresh water.
(...)
The Grand Canal, which was begun in 540 b.c. and opened in sections over the next 1,800 years, remains the longest artificial waterway in the world as well as the oldest still in use.
https://www.encyclopedia.com/science/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/development-canal-locks

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