> Hi Jon
> I'm hoping that you wrote your post above more for
> the crowd than for myself but someone will learn
> from that info.
Well yeah.. I appreciate your understanding of these things, you obviously know what you're looking at. Nevertheless got to be fair, how can anyone be expected to know everything?
It's one thing to argue about what we see, but necessary to explain why we see it.
> What sort of guided tool was responsible for this?
> We can see that it is perfect...like a router. I
> don't think it was this kind of router though
> [www.youtube.com] ...
> For me, the debate is over as to what kind of
> tools were used or whether there was an advanced
> civilization that was decimated by something. Puma
> Punku has high tech written all over it and...the
> remnants/pieces are all that remain. I do wonder
> how many Llama's it required in order to drag
> those blocks into place ;)
I call it a 'lost advanced technological culture' because my interest is primarily in techniques, and there's no doubt that they are well and truly lost.
They're not in the archaeological record, conspicuous by their absence, there they are.. Gone!...
Except of course for the stones and the signatures.
If I wanted to go down that road I'd be asking myself, what can selectively destroy the technicians and techniques leaving only stone? At least what we can recognise.
Or if the technology IS the stone, we just being unable to recognise it because we pretty much gave up on stone a long time ago other than for building construction. When you take a fork in the road you miss out on all the possibilities on the other road.
So therefore we see buildings, as in architectural spaces.
Anyways, I can only think of time.
A lot of it...
Stone's just about as time proof as you can get.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 15-Oct-17 19:38 by Jon Ellison.