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I am still in disbelief after reading the below from the Wikipedia article Nawarla Gabarnmung.

Investigation has shown that some pre-existing pillars were removed, some were reshaped and some moved to new positions. In some areas ceiling slabs were removed and repainted by the people who used the cave. (Bold added by Robert Jameson) See: [en.wikipedia.org]

For thousands of years people have had issues with creaking/sagging floors. This is because the wooden support posts used to hold the floors in place will rot over time. Thus it is necessary from time to time to remove and replace the rotten wood. This is a difficult and dangerous job that involves working in a dirty and confined space. And many people have been killed by collapsing floors that need to be carefully jacked up before the rotten support posts are removed.



Removing and replacing support posts for the average family home however would be a simple operation if compared to the difficulty involved in ‘removing, re-shaping and re-positioning’ the supporting pillars at the Nawarla Gabarnmung rock shelter.

Nawarla Gabarnmung rock shelter



The roof here is likely many hundreds of times heavier than the average family home and the modern jacks used by home builders would not provide adequate support.



It is impossible to believe indigenous Australians accomplished this technological marvel more than 28,000 years ago.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 18-Jul-19 03:13 by Robert Jameson.

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China Wall - Halls Creek, Western Australia 701 Robert Jameson 07-Jul-19 11:39
Re: China Wall - Halls Creek, Western Australia 126 molder 07-Jul-19 11:53
Re: China Wall - Halls Creek, Western Australia 124 Robert Jameson 07-Jul-19 12:37
Re: China Wall - Halls Creek, Western Australia 78 ocka 17-Jul-19 04:56
Nawarla Gabarnmung - Northern Territory - Australia 80 Robert Jameson 17-Jul-19 06:51
Re: Nawarla Gabarnmung - Northern Territory - Australia 60 Robert Jameson 18-Jul-19 03:10
Not Natural - Not Man-made 57 Robert Jameson 21-Jul-19 06:49
Things to remember when building a wall 47 Robert Jameson 23-Jul-19 01:39
More anomolies with China Wall - Halls Creek 37 Robert Jameson 24-Jul-19 12:13
Re: More anomolies with China Wall - Halls Creek 36 Barbelo 24-Jul-19 21:33
Re: More anomolies with China Wall - Halls Creek 30 Robert Jameson 25-Jul-19 00:28
Ancient artifacts 40 Robert Jameson 25-Jul-19 14:47


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