> Barbelo wrote: "recrystallization under intense
> heat" as part of the inscription process. But
> intense heat turns limestone into quicklime as
> evidenced in "TLSOS". Crystallization only
> occurred once. When?"
> It appears when ever they wanted. Its true
> crystallization only occurs under intense heat,
> with the present known material science
> limitations. The bonds of material can be broken
> and reformed as often as you want when you
> understand the underlying science, which I don't.
> Heat is just the first way you discover that those
> bonds can be broken and reformed. And you learn
> that the cooling rate determines the crystal size.
> The slower the cooling rate, the larger the
> crystals. But you could argue for the existence
> of a hypothetical cold bond breaking 'tech' by
> observing the crystal size in that inscription.
> In TLSOS, they depict that inscription as using
> the rock as a quick note pad to communicate
> something. The haphazard rough script clarity
> supports that conclusion reasonably well. But
> considering the clearly visible crystal size, if
> heat was a critical part of this 'tech' then they
> would have to have encased this stone in a device
> that slowly decreased the heat of the rock having
> been heated by the tool, over a long period of
> time to allow for that size of crystal. But as it
> seems to have been a quick scribble, I would
> conclude that its unlikely they had that problem.
OM & Barbelo (but all)
TLSOS is an interesting vid mainly for the things discussed but I suggest the conclusions drawn are merely unique but worthy speculation and opinion. I included the original (shorter version) for interest in the actual artefacts and certainly not any direct support for artificial stone. It is rather somewhat ridiculed .
I think you will find that Barbelo's point was that the conjecture offered is nonsensical! ????
Once upon a time long ago, most of us as kids played with plasticine?
The type of marks and inscription look indeed like a nail (or some such) has drawn on plasticine?.
It was not heated. It was a geopolymer concoction which solidified at ambient temperature. (imho)
What you are describing as large crystallisation. (I think?) is the appearance of dolomite (the banding)?.
The actual chemical components of such geopolymer concoction can be found on Davidovits web site
Video 4 - Deals with Egyptian pyramids (a very nerdy perhaps boring chemical vid) essentially a magnesium silicate component.
It is a pity this artefact is hidden and they say likely to be buried , because under electron microscope and Xray analysis, the chemical composition of a small sample, most likely , would prove man made geopolymer.
In regard to the pool of limestone splashed on the ground. That looks like one of Thanos's "wheel barrow whoopsies"!?
It seems to have been viscous ie a pool.
The vid at around 31 min mark our Russian friend mentions it all (other strange unexplained artefacts and large blocks with scoops ) and looks like softened stone but then tries to dismiss it as being the result of hammering. Clearly he has closed his mind to that possibility . I think a pity but hey geopolymer is also just opinion.
However given the amazing world leading development of technology that has led to heat resistant uses in high tech fighter aircraft, F1 cars, Superior floor slabs for high rise building , airport runways etc (many more) then if you watch and read enough of Davidovits, it is difficult to suggest he is just guessing! He has serious professional proven expertise.
End of rant
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07-Jan-20 21:32 by Corpuscles.