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Still waiting for how ancients drilled perfect holes and why vitrification is present inside that particular hole.

Still waiting for answers to moulding marks (trowel smoothing, pock mark indentations, fused blocks, smudge marks, and precision joins).

The vitrification is as yet unexplained.

So are the saw cuts btw.

The last remnants of Army Group Centre have been defeated in Belarus.

The final march to Berlin begins.

Guess who Zhukov is?

Hint:

His name begins with the same letter.

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You see ? I said "how I would" I didn't say "how they would" or even "how the AA did"

If you want an ultimate answer ...... you can make one up yourself

~edit : clarity in red

No wonder this name reads familiar > Roger Hopkins (expert stone mason) sculptor to me, same ?

Mr Hopkins knows a thing or two don't he ?

You drill the same way except make smaller holes

~edit : pic

OH no now youve done it. Hopkins is also inclined to say he doesn't know how it was done. But in some vids he will imply it was aliens. But on his homepage he dismisses the notions of aliens altogether.

His problem is, he will say pretty much anything most of the time....

Like all the rest of them do

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youre so desperate to strike up a convo aren't you? baiting TE to discuss holes again. Impossible holes!

Like this one in an axe head from 5000 years ago. Thats before PP you know.(according to source)

Just discovered cant post the images, scroll for axeheads

http://antimonite.bl...ory/mineralogy/

Nice collection of stone`age remnants there seeder.

Shame it has nothing to do with the thread.

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Still waiting for how ancients drilled perfect holes

My goodness you are desperate aren't you? , well be a good chap and continue waiting. While youre waiting of course, jump back to about page 150- plus and re-read the original discussion on holes. Silently and to yourself that is

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But on his homepage he dismisses the notions of aliens altogether.

That depends no doubt on what images he is being presented with.

His utter amazement was expressed specifically when shown pictures of Puma Punku.

He did say that modern tech could not replicate that.

According to you chaps a tribe of illiterate indians can do it.

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My goodness you are desperate aren't you? , well be a good chap and continue waiting. While youre waiting of course, jump back to about page 150- plus and re-read the original discussion on holes. Silently and to yourself that is

Don't for God sake give me Stock's rubbish.

The hole was far too small and the copper usage was 50% greater than the hole depth.

That's a none starter.

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Pointless eh? Bit like talking to zoser about holes...

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~snip~

The vitrification is as yet unexplained.

~snip~

there is no vitrification, just signs comparable to vitrification

Hint:

molten metal

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~snip

He did say that modern tech could not replicate that.

He is right

According to you chaps a tribe of illiterate indians can do it.

We are right too

Literacy has nothing to do with the stones

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Pointless eh? Bit like talking to zoser about holes...

Now I know your running out of ideas.

Zhukov's forces are closing in..........

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He is right

We are right too

Literacy has nothing to do with the stones

The Aymara are now capable of more precise stonework than modern machine tools eh?

Interesting.

No planning, blue prints............even though many of the blocks at PP are replicas.........

I suppose they just guessed did they?

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there is no vitrification, just signs comparable to vitrification

Hint:

molten metal

Molten metal cuts andesite does it?

Really

:whistle:

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No planning, blue prints............even though many of the blocks at PP are replicas.........

I suppose they just guessed did they?

they fitted the stones side by side next to each other, they can't help but to be clones or replicates

not manufactured at site then transported .... transported to site then manufactured in situ

different and no guessing involved

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save your time peeps, just re-read what he wants to discuss all over again..... from here

http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=237842&st=2520

Me running out of ideas indeed. You want to bring back an already hammered out and debunked discussion about... holes.... which we discussed for god knows how many pages already.

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Molten metal cuts andesite does it?

Really

:whistle:

you're just having a urinating frency

the cut has nothing to do with the molten metal

the hot metal came after the cut ........

and that's all you're gonna or be able to get

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While your at it maybe you could explain this:

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Maybe the above images explain this, seen all over the Cuzco stonework:

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they fitted the stones side by side next to each other, they can't help but to be clones or replicates

not manufactured at site then transported .... transported to site then manufactured in situ

different and no guessing involved

Well TE I can see why you have kept out of this debate with rubbish like that.

Precise engineered stonework; guessed at? Constructed by Indians. Yes the Aymara were indians.

Any sign of such feats in North America?

Ever wondered why not?

Think it through.

Take your time now.

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go back a few pages and get that chart i made on how to get edges to line, then use brain ....

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Berlin is surrounded by Russians from the East, the North and the South.

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While your at it maybe you could explain this:

Maybe the above images explain this, seen all over the Cuzco stonework:

No its not its a few places only and I HAVE posted this info before, about building rocks being covered in clay

"Another building method was called “pillow-faced” architecture. Pillow faced building was achieved by using fired adobe bricks and mud mortar. The Incas would then sand large, finely shaped stones coated in mud and clay. Then they would fit the bricks and stones together using the mud mortar into jigsaw like patterns. Pillow-faced architecture was typically used for temples and royal places like Machu Picchu

http://en.wikipedia....ruction_methods

I even said at the time it solves a lot of your issues on soft rocks with mold marks. And clay made with sand will, after enough time, resemble SANDSTONE.

But hey dont believe the link. Its only FACTS

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go back a few pages and get that chart i made on how to get edges to line, then use brain ....

Then how is the Andesite cut?

How are these internal relief's achieved? Saws don't fit inside reliefs do they?

Zoser91_zps557157f2.jpg

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No its not its a few places only and I HAVE posted this info before, about building rocks being covered in clay

"Another building method was called “pillow-faced” architecture. Pillow faced building was achieved by using fired adobe bricks and mud mortar. The Incas would then sand large, finely shaped stones coated in mud and clay. Then they would fit the bricks and stones together using the mud mortar into jigsaw like patterns. Pillow-faced architecture was typically used for temples and royal places like Machu Picchu

http://en.wikipedia....ruction_methods

I even said at the time it solves a lot of your issues on soft rocks with mold marks. And clay made with sand will, after enough time, resemble SANDSTONE

But hey dont believe the link. Its only FACTS

I checked your link seeder.

Nothing relevant to the stonework anomalies.

Sorry to be a pest; I'm just challenging your assertions.

Or what you think are assertions.

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Then how is the Andesite cut?

How are these internal relief's achieved? Saws don't fit inside reliefs do they?

Zoser91_zps557157f2.jpg

the edges are the only problem here, the craftsmanship is excellent, the rest is just grind/sand in, like drilling a square hole ;)

It just takes longer than a regular round hole on account of the grinding motion is easier

the edge is difficult but not impossible, just takes a much longer time because you have to go slow, chipping the sharp lined side edges is the prime danger

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As the armoured columns close in on the capital there is this:

How were these cuts achieved?

Whole blocks removed from bedrock?

How?

Why is the remaining rock smooth and vitrified?

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