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The stone statue of Memphis&#65288;Egypt&#65289;


If the stone statues were carved by the chisel, there should always be the over sharpener of chisels, but it does not have the mark completely.


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Obelisk(Egypt)




If we look at a human seen from a distance, we can understands how it is huge.
And it is clear, however, how small a human is when we see other masonry, too.
As it is hard to build it even by a present-day machine, it is not the thing which could be made by the humans after the Stone Age.
Since there is no method of explanation besides humans made it, the scholar has managed to apply an impracticable theory.



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From 2 million to 3 million about 2-ton stones are stacked.
It is not understood how they were accumulated in order as there was neither a wheel nor a pulley.
In addition, some scholars say that they had the technology by which the sarcophagus in the room of the king was hollowed out by the technology which used diamond drill.
It is said that there are about 120 sets of pyramids in Egypt only by some by whom the pyramids have been checked.
That pyramids are the kings’ graves has been the established theory which appears also in the textbook.
That theory was guided as human bones etc. have come out of many pyramids.
It is said that the person called Herodotus of ancient Greece comes to the book “history” which wrote “Great Pyramid is Khufu’s grave built by having covered for 20 years by 100,000 slaves.”
However, as Herodotus who was in the time which was separated greatly from the time when pyramids had been made , it is completely deficient in a basis in with what such an opinion was raised.
Moreover, as the book has contents written amusingly, it is regarded the data which now are not trusted.
In addition, although some people affirm the grave theory because human bones come out from a number of pyramids, human bones are a part of human bones.
If they can’t be specified whose bones they are, pyramids are not adequate to decide them as graves prematurely.
Since grave robbing have been carried out, some people say that the bone does not remain, but I think that the things more valuable than human bones would have been stolen if it had been the grave robbing.
However, why have the treasures remained than the human bones?
And new data are also discovered these days and it came to say that it did not make slaves build Great Pyramid of Giza.
The opinion that it was relief work for the unemployed has gone up.
Especially the pyramid of Khufu which is in Giza also has become a mystery.
3 million from 2 million pieces about 2-ton stones are used for this pyramid.
I hear that these were carried using the waterway from the quarry and the land was also carried by human power.
Since there was no idea of using a wheel in Egypt of those days, it is assumed that the logs were put in order under the stones and pulled.
However, there is no telling at all how 2-ton stones were stacked to a height of about 140 m.
I wonder what kind of method was used for it?
Furthermore, if this had been going to be completed in 20 years, people would have to have accumulated megaliths at wonderful speed.
In 1960, for construction of “Aswan High Dam”, demolition work was done in order to save the Abu Simbel shrine which sank at the bottom of a dam.
The huge Ramses image etc. were divided into 2200 blocks, and were made to transfer in five years using heavy industrial machines.
It is said that it was all they were able to do just right in five years even if the machines were used.
In others, the surprising points of a pyramid is the right-angled accuracy of four corners.
It was made right-angled with very high accuracy at the time when there was nothing to measures an angle.
It is said an error is said to have been 3 minutes,
This error corresponds to the precision instrument.
Moreover, the four sides turn to the direction of north, south, east and west exactly.
Stone stick close to each other, so that a stone and a stone do not have a crevice.
What was used in order to put a stone together is called ancient concrete, and the latest research tells volcanic ashes were used.
Although this method leads also to the next Rome construction, since it is supposed by the study of the mere ingredient, it is nothing but the assumption to the last.
The sarcophagus in the room of the king is scraped off by the thing like the diamond drill for industrial use, and what was more, it is scraped off by computer control, an engineer said.
It will be said that the stone is hollowed with so much high technology.
OBAYASHI, the Japanese major construction company, is making the plan, assuming that the pyramid of Giza is built.
According to the calculation in 1963, not only various heavy equipments but also as many as 30 construction machines are used and total operating expenses are 125 billion yen.
If they calculate 200,000 people worked as long as 30 years, based on the construction method which was taken by ancient Egyptians, in terms of the current wages, it seems to take 200,000 × 30 years × 12 months × 6 yen / month = about 4 trillion yen,
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It says they have to make these many persons work, although remarkable hard work is expected,
What is more, the accompanying lives of people who are directly engaged in this work is also certainly needed.
In addition, food and residences for those workers are needed and the family population should be added to the workers.
How ancient people got the construction technology?
And why did they have to do such a big project?
For example, as for quarrying out and carrying a stone, the pay for that will be needed if a size is arranged.
Therefore you have to arrange many engineering work people depending on a way.
Can’t the number of craftsmen be minimized by mechanical use in the present age?
However, since all are manual labor in ancient times, weren’t many craftsmen needed, considering the date?
Didn’t it take the craftsman years to study technology?
Did it really necessary to spend cost and persons for the mare grave which was not the practical habitation space?



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Jeffrey Rush ruins&#65288;Jordan&#65289;


Supposing an one pillar human being builds, how long does it take to finish without leaving the traces of chisel after putting the fine patterns?
Do they make effort for making the decoration, as it is only meaningless decoration when seen from man?
The sequence of huge stone pillars continue far to the other side.
I think that it would be impossible for humans to imagine how they built these colonnades.


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Por-Bajin relics of Siberian solitary island&#65288;Russia&#65289;

Por-Bajin relics of Siberian solitary island is the island which resides in the lake in the hinterland of Siberia.
It is regarded that it was made 1300 years ago.
However nothing is understood who built it, why was it given up, and even the purpose of use.
It is on a point with an above sea level of 2.3 km in the climate of Siberia.
It is a place of a mystery as no trace of heating equipment is not seen at this place.


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The thirteen towers&#65288;Peru&#65289;

Although the artificial buildings are shown here and there, it seems to be the place found only with an aerial photograph.
Did humans make such a huge thing built on the top of the mountain only for observing the sun in a desert? And there is Sacsayhauaman which is famous for the stone work without a gap and there is Aerial cities which resides at the place 2400 m high.
What was more, there is such relics called the Inca relics in which there is Rock of Ollantaytambo(six pieces of folding screen).
Chichen Itza called Maya relics had the advanced architecture technology.
It is said the builders of those relics were superior to the astronomical observation.
However people there had lived primitive life when Europeans landed on the continent.
Therefore it is unexplained about the civilization there.


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Qanat&#65288;Iran&#65289;

Although it seems that such a waterway is dug deep no less than 10 m, and it is made from the mountain over 70 km?.
The source of water can’t be found as well as the one in Rome?
The semicircle made with the stone is too narrow for humans to go into even with the posture of bending down.
Could humans really make it?


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The ruins of Petra(Jordan)


Although leveled into the even passage, did people delete the hard rock of both sides no less than 3 km specially.
Although water is flowing, as is drawn in the picture of the 1800s, I wonder if people bothered to make a waterway.
Did man build this huge stone pillar and the delicate pattern?
Please compare it with man’s size.
Although it is laborious work like this, there is only a empty- looking room when people enter into it.
Although it is told in the theory that it was carved from the top and has got down downward, it is almost perpendicular even if we see the next rock.
It is difficult however to simply carve a rock, even if only this portion is sticking out – furthermore, can a delicate form and a smooth pillar be engraved? The Nabatia people dug the glow waterway in theory, and the Romans is said to have carved the high place of the waterway.
Do people make a waterway built in this way on the rock of almost as perpendicular as 15 m high although there is a river through which water is flowing downward?
What ton of the rock which was cut out amount to?
Can we claim that people in those days had such technology which could perform such a desperate thing and they cut the rock to an even length finely.




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Chand Baori(India)


It is supposed that the wells of a depth of 30 m, the stairs of 13 layers, and 3500 steps of huge stairs were built in the 10th century.
Even if it is seen with a photograph, precise structure which seems to have used the machine is known.
It has been handed down that the ghost built it in a night.


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Great Wall(China)


The east part has about 3000 km and the west one from Shanhaikuan in Hebei Province to Jiayuguan in Gansu.
In an announcement, they are 20000 km or more of the total extension.
It is said that it was built by the Shi Huangdi era of Qin dynasty in 259 from B.C. to 210.
The sightseeing tower with 7-m to 9-m height and 11-m to 12-m height is installed at intervals of 100 m with calcination brick.
Simatai Great Wall is located in the altitude of 986 meters at the highest position.
I wonder if people would make the wall to the top of the mountain in the era when it was hard to acquire the food.





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Terracotta army (clay figurines found near the mausoleum of the first Qin emperor in China)(China)


It is said that 8000 bodies are checked by the Ryo Shih-huang-ti ritual-images-of-warriors-and-horses pit, and all the person differs in a dress, a face, operation, etc.
Each image is 178 cm average and the material is thin pottery of intensity like ceramics.
The statues look as if they were alive and they are elaborate things which are likely to begin to move at any moment.
Can such things be made by the human being in the civilization which had just begun?


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Daisenryo-kofun Tumulus (which is said to be the mausoleum of Emperor Nintoku)&#65288; Ohosaka Prefecture&#65289;

The keyhole-shaped mound of 486 meters of tumulus length is built at the greatest ancient tomb in Japan about the middle of the 5th century.
Gross area: 464,123 square meters.
Please compare the size of this mound and a human being.
People are not visible even to a point.
Even if we might approach to it, it is visible only as a mountain.
When we see it from high up in the sky, this hugeness is known.
Could people make such a huge grave for only one man of power?
All primitive people could do is to obtain food and one day must have finished for obtaining food.
If the total construction cost of 79,600 million yen and 2000 people per day will be engaged in construction by OBAYASHI in 1985 at construction and it is a total of 6,800,000 people, trial calculation that it takes construction period 15 years and eight months has come out.


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Kumobekurumazuka tumulus(Hyogo Prefecture)

Was it possible to cut out and carry the sarcophagus in the stone pit which resides in the far away place and is as heavy as several tons by human power?
As any lid of the sarcophagus can’t be opened by only human power, it is opened by the crane even today.
People are apt to think that old people were able to do it without knowing why.
However we should think seriously about it.


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The castles all over Japan (Japan)

The stone walls draw the clear curves which are said to be the features of Japanese castles.
If we try to design this form, very complex calculation seems to be needed.


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Hello Takashi,

There is alot of plastic on God's good earth.

I am trying to buy stuff without plastic packaging.

I do not think that plastic is good for the sea or the soil.

Hope you have a nice peaceful Sunday.

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Balance Rocks in the world on parade


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Megalithic civilization on parade&#12288;NO1

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The information of Let's solve the enigma of the earth told me it is impossible for ancient people to make such megalithic civilization, because longevity of ancient people was extremely short and their population was too small.
As the stone is too heavy, they were not able to lift them up without heavy equipments.
Did they have heavy equipments?
No.
No other explanation but the information of THE UNIVERSE(THE SKY)&#65309;SORA can explain why megalithic civilization exists on the earth.


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Megalithic civilization on parade&#12288;NO2



















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