> You've already stated you are biased against
> anything that doesn't support your own contention
> that other people did the Inca work -
Please do not put words in my mouth Hanslune. And you can save your straw man BS to discredit my comments by dishonestly reducing them to "bias against anything that does not support my contention". What I said was: "...I do not believe the Inca are responsible for the megalithic work that is attributed to them". And then gave numerous examples of why I think this, i.e. the stonework itself.
Ironically you call my opinion someone other than the Inca built these megaliths "bias" then in your next comments refer to the Killke, who predated the Inca, someone other than the Inca who archaeologists believe built some of these megalithic sites mistakenly attributed to the Inca.
> So refresh my memory, these other folks
> (presumably you mean cultures we already know
> about like the Killke?)
> how were they moving large
> stones around if not in that manner?
I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest that a culture with the sophistication to make, for example, this:
Had a little more ingenious and practical way of moving large stones than having 20,000 men drag them like plows over hill and dale with little to no guarantee they would actually even make it to the site.
> Or is it you
> just don't want to credit the Inca with having
> done any stone work, even if by proxy?
Why is your only argument to try and demean the motivation for my opinions instead of just focusing on the facts like I am? You can do better Hanslune.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 29-Dec-19 01:07 by Thanos5150.