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Maybe you need some engineering background or architectural knowledge to really appreciate how intricate and difficult this is to achieve:

Until you see this seeder, it's like trying to argue that an Austin 7 is more refined than a BMW.

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As a mechanical engineer, formerly a registered PE, I say that Greek construction/architecture is light years ahead of anything anyone ever did in Peru.

Maybe you need your head examined, if you ever pull it out of there.

Harte

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It's possible I missed it but is there any chemical indication that vitrification happened?

The most detailed analysis on the vitrification done so far.

Indicates strongly use of heat.

http://www.ancient-m...ges_of_peru.pdf

More heresy to the skeptics here.

They tried to burn it.

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As a mechanical engineer, formerly a registered PE, I say that Greek construction/architecture is light years ahead of anything anyone ever did in Peru.

Maybe you need your head examined, if you ever pull it out of there.

Harte

Never going to trust you to build a bridge.

Yet you could never convincingly explain in a hundred years how they achieved that one example of craftsmanship.

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The most detailed analysis on the vitrification done so far.

Indicates strongly use of heat.

http://www.ancient-m...ges_of_peru.pdf

More heresy to the skeptics here.

They tried to burn it.

Now I wonder if sanding can create enough heat to create the same indications of vitrification.

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Now I wonder if sanding can create enough heat to create the same indications of vitrification.

Try it. Only one way. Let me know when your arm has lost a third of it's skin.

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Try it. Only one way. Let me know when your arm has lost a third of it's skin.

I glanced at a Wiki page about vitrified forts, Clarke tried to reproduce the same affect by piling stones in a bonefire, it wasn't perfect but he didn't have all the time in the world to perfect it.

Could a combination of heating stones and sanding and time create these stone markings?

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Anyway off now. See you all tomorrow.

:tu:

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Just rhetoric Q mixed with a little frustration.

If this is not moulding then what is it?

I leave the rhetoric to you. I don't post when I'm frustrated because it makes it difficult for me to get my point across.

Nice attempt to try to turn things around. If I can't come up with what it was then you'll claim it must be molding. A tactic worthy of Nopeda. However, that's not how it works. You have made the claim of molding so it is your responsibility to provide any evidence that supports that claim, whether it be a whole or partial mold, or reference to molding in any of the texts available.

You of course aren't obligated nor can you be forced to do so but lack of something to back it up will keep the claim as unevidenced/unsupported belief.

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I glanced at a Wiki page about vitrified forts, Clarke tried to reproduce the same affect by piling stones in a bonefire, it wasn't perfect but he didn't have all the time in the world to perfect it.

Could a combination of heating stones and sanding and time create these stone markings?

No

Here's the killer to that theory:

Surreal_Ancient_Technology_In_Cuzco_Peru.jpg

Unless someone can find a way of building a fire inside a small diameter hole:

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Hardly going to compete with the Cuzco wall Mr O! Austin 7 versus BMW.

You am right, it am all uglee and mishapun!

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Anyway off now. See you all tomorrow.

:tu:

got homework to do then? dont worry...just one more day at school before you can have all weekend to reply!

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I leave the rhetoric to you. I don't post when I'm frustrated because it makes it difficult for me to get my point across.

Nice attempt to try to turn things around. If I can't come up with what it was then you'll claim it must be molding. A tactic worthy of Nopeda. However, that's not how it works. You have made the claim of molding so it is your responsibility to provide any evidence that supports that claim, whether it be a whole or partial mold, or reference to molding in any of the texts available.

You of course aren't obligated nor can you be forced to do so but lack of something to back it up will keep the claim as unevidenced/unsupported belief.

Fire in the hole!

See above post old boy.

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No

Here's the killer to that theory:

Surreal_Ancient_Technology_In_Cuzco_Peru.jpg

Unless someone can find a way of building a fire inside a small diameter hole:

Good point. I'll ponder on this one.

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Can't get away.

Must be enjoying myself too much.

Any more for any more?

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OK.

Until we meet again.

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Did they cause all this:

http://www.unexplain...85#entry4615539

I sincerely doubt it.

Stop dreaming Abe.

But you have no answer for the dents I asked you about.

YOU stop dreaming, and YOU try to think of how we now could do the job.

And when you have no idea, ask, but don't assume it must have been aliens.

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Can't get away.

Must be enjoying myself too much.

Any more for any more?

its never hard to bring a hungry pig to a slop bucket is it?

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Sure; and weathering in caves?

zoser11-1_zpsba09719e.jpg

:whistle:

You tried to argue that with abe before. Do you see a door on that cave? No? Then it's open to the elements, isn't it? And how far in does the shine go? How long was it occupied? Remember, they had to close both Lascaux and the GP because of damage from the mere presence of tourists.

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Oh dear Abe

Now you see it:

zoser43-1_zps84fb99c5.jpg

Now you don't

12Puma_Punku_slabs.JPG

Same artifact; different angle and lighting.

You didn't answer my question.

The stones you showed had many tiny dents. What or who made them? And how?

Vitrification?

No way.

Hammering with cobbles or chisels is the answer.

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You didn't answer my question.

The stones you showed had many tiny dents. What or who made them? And how?

Vitrification?

No way.

Hammering with cobbles or chisels is the answer.

And sanding!

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Why do they need to be that smooth? It's rock, not glass.

This shows the vitrification well and refutes any silly sand theories.

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Smooth as silk.

No extreme heat needed.

It was either caused by natural causes (lichens, microbes, and so on), or by applying some chemicals extracted from plants.

I'd really like you to show some proof of aliens or some advanced civilization.

You never did, ever,, all you did was say "Na na na" when we post something to explain how they did it.

Now it's YOUR TURN.

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Zoser, you think you can go on like this by just ignoring what people posted.

You are just being stubborn.

But let me tell you something: so am I.

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Zoser, I have a question for you.

Why are there one or two protuberances on the bottom edge of many large blocks of stone in the walls you and I posted images of?

Decoration?

Or were they functional?

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I see zoser has been trolling again. You know he just makes this stuff up or copy/pastes somebody else's ideas just to get a rise out of people right? He has nothing yet likes to claim victory over the skeptics, classic troll.

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And sanding!

But that's a too ordinary explanation.

It must be aliens.

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