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Ancient acoustic generator in Peru ?



Could an ancient structure in Peru possess unique and sophisticated acoustic properties ?

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by stevemagegod on 14 January, 2013, 17:15
This seems more like it was dug to create an auditorium of sorts than anything. If there's anything I remember about the "staircases" you speak of, it's that they were steep. If anything, they wanted to preserve the perfect shape of the dug in area, and that? is why they didn't use stairs. Perhaps the different levels were for different castes of society, the less important people being further from the center. The energy theory just seems like a pretty strange conclusion to draw.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Darkwind on 14 January, 2013, 17:49
Look like a theater like the Greeks use to make. Here are some good pictures of it. http://www.360cities.net/image/moray-from-above-peru#-325.68,0.00,94.5
Comment icon #3 Posted by rrainn on 15 January, 2013, 23:04
looks like an amplitheater or maybe they could use it for oh - so they could hear whom ever was approching... just my 2cents worth ~rrainn~


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