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Stonehenge stones hold musical properties

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A team of researchers from London's Royal College of Art (RCA) have discovered that the stones used to construct Stonehenge hold musical properties and when struck, sound like bells, drums and gongs. It is suggested that these properties could be the reason why the builders were willing to travel so far to source the stones from Wales and bring them to the site in Salisbury Plain, England.

http://www.ancient-o...ical-properties

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I wondered why they picked the name Rolling Stones...they were probably there. :whistle:

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