Navy pilots report unexplained flying objects

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  1. Sobo

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    Of course we know. We even have them still layinga round in the place tehy were made.

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    And how you think the spanish build this without knowing how to cut rocks? Dude are you serious?

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    Which technology disappeared? The Inka had no technology. They had lousy stone work that was nothing special at all. It actually was so **** that the spaniards ripped it down to build more advanced buildings.

    The Inka could not even construct windows or roofs.
     
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    Cutting these monoliths at Puma pumka and saz.
    They still don't know how it was done.
     
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    The Spanish? Learn how to cut rock from the Inca?

    At the same time the Inca were building Saqsaywaman, this was being built in Spain.

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    And why would that lead you to speculation that it was done by someone, or something, or than the indigenous inhabitants ?
     
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    Look at the size of those rocks, they are not 100 ton.
    And the inca were in the stone age, the Spaniards were in the iron age.
    And you don't know when Saqsaywaman, was built, nobody does, and people far more qualified than you or me have looked into it.
     
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    Because many of these things we cannot duplicate today, with modern equipment.
    If we were to re-create one today, it would be a major construction project, with diamond bits, lots of them.
    Hydraulic, Pneumatics, electricity, cranes, etc, an entire city of modern construction equipment.

    It cannot be done by banging rocks together.
     
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    Dude we even know the exact year it was build. We even know who ordered its construction. It was in the last steps of completion when the spaniards arrived.

    We even have pollen samples from the underside of teh rocks that tell when it was build.

    Seriously stop that. Its not even funny anymore.
     
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    Of course it can be done.

    And nobody bangs rocks at each other.

    You drill holes in the stone with sand , which is actually harder than that stone.

    Once you have drilled holes into it, you place dry wood into it. You then pour water on the wood. The wood expands and creates pressure which bursts the rock out.

    Once done you make it smoth by polishing it with sand.
     
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    Is it the smoothing of the stone surfaces or the transportation and manipulation of very heavy stones that causes you to dismiss human capability in regards to creating these monoliths? Which do you have a more difficult time believing?
     
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    Just curious, do you two dispute the timelines involving the Pre Classic Maya, Classic Maya, and Inca cultures?
     
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    You have no connection with reality.
    Somebody told you a story, and you obviously have no experience with any type of machinery or cutting anything.

    We are cutting major cuts with granite rock.
    In advanced math patterns.

    And you want to pretend a stone age people, with no written language did this.

    And again, NOBODY KNOWS WHEN IT WAS BUILT.
    This is one of the great questions in the scientific community,
    And you pretend you have the answers that nobody else has.
     
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    This is in a different place, also thousands of years old.
    Also the people who did it, lost the tech needed.

    As someone who worked with machinery all my life, I can look at that and tell you how it was done, and what tools were used to do it.
    But it is not yet accepted by the people holding on to the old religious values.

    Please tell me.

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    These bore samples are all over, in places they should not exist, and the scientific community cannot explain them in accepted archeology terms.
     
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    I have no idea what that is. What's the context?
     
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    It's a bore hole cut into stone, the one on top is a core.
    As is still done today you cut the depth of the bit, and then split the core from it.
    Then you cut another depth, and so on through the rock.
     
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    This one came out of puma punka, and had a lot of different types of tools required to make.

    And BTW, none of them are banging rocks together.

    And you can see this was built for a specific purpose, probably some type of machine.
     
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    Math has been around a long time. 2000 years ago Eratosthenes of Cyrene used math to estimate, fairly accurately, Earth's circumference. He had received education at Athens.
     
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    LOLOL
    Advanced Math applied to advanced precision large scale construction by stone age people.
     
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    You've convinced me. No way brown people could make that.
     
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    I actually watched that process at Carrera in Italy but ok.

    Just say it openly you see native americans as dumb animals who cant do what we did in Europe thousands of years before them.
     
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    Are you disputing that Eratosthenes used math or is my example not far enough into the past. Which garnered your mockery?
     
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    The color of there skin is not a factor.
    The tech they have available is the only factor.
     
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    Romans making this in 20AD?

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    Sure. No problem. Of course they did.

    Brown people making this 1500 years later?

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    Nope. It's just impossible.
     
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    How do you know what tech they had if you don't know what tech they had?
     
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