It looks like your Ancient Astronauts had been there. See the edges of the stones indicated by the red arrows. Those were just a few of the thousands of nearly straight and nearly flat surfaces that occurred naturally in this granite.
Now how do you split granite with flimsy copper tools? "Why it's simply impossible," you say! Using the feather and wedge method, you would pound feathers into the crack indicated by the green arrow. As the feathers go into the crack, you can easily pound the wedge in between them and put the fracture under enough pressure to split even a huge stone like that one. People have been doing it for thousands of years.
Unfortunately not one cut is straight.
You are just doing what you have always done; offer what you think is evidence, when actually it is completely unrelated.
Then you hope that people will not check too thoroughly and see the disparity with the information so that you can go on believing what you have always believed.
Self deception really.
A good example was Dingo yesterday posting a picture of a wood saw. From what period we don't know. He posted it it hoping people would think it was capable of cutting granite.
Do any of the cuts in your photograph resemble this cut?
In terms of the thickness of cut and the straightness?
No of course not.
Is anyone likely to find anything like that in nature?
No of course not.
So back to the question.
Where are the saws? They should be around. Wood saws exist. Yet nothing to explain how these cuts were done.
Sausages again I'm afraid.
By all means don't believe the AA hypothesis; that is your right.
For God sake don't go around thinking for one minute that you have provided any evidence that refutes any of it because you haven't.
Moulding and all of the effects evident with soft stone, precision cuts, vitrification, precision joins.
All totally unexplained, and unreplicated.
Showing pictures of quarries and scenery is not going to do it. Better to send me flowers. It would be more relevant.
Edited by zoser, 12 March 2013 - 08:10 AM.