One man can build construction like Stonehenge this video shows it.
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The largest stones at Stonehenge weigh around 112,000 lbs and those of the Great Pyramid over 150,000 lbs. nor were they moved on a flat concrete base… good effort though.
Wally Wallington has demonstrated that he can lift a Stonehenge-sized pillar weighing 22,000 lbs and moved a barn over 300 ft. What makes this so special is that he does it using only himself, gravity, and his incredible ingenuity.
He is a retired carpenter with 35 years experience in construction. In his work experience, over the years, many times he had to improvise on tools to get the job done. At one of these times, about 12 years ago, He had to remove some 1200 lb. saw cut concrete blocks from an existing floor. The problem was that he did not have a machine that could reach some of the blocks. The only obvious answer was to break the blocks into smaller pieces with a sledgehammer and load them into a wheelbarrow. To him, that seemed to be too much work at the time, so he improvised. Using a few rocks and leverage, He removed the blocks from below the floor to an area that the machine could reach them for removal. After doing this several times, the technique became very easy and quick. This experience make him consider the possibility that people may have used this technique before modern day equipment was available.
Nine years later, after retiring, he decided to explore this on his own. He brought home a one ton block of concrete from a job. Once he got home, he realized that he had to use his techniques to get the block off the truck. After unloading, he found that his technique allowed him to move the block around the yard with very little effort. At that time, his family became very interested in what their “crazy dad” was up to ” this time”.
In a few days, he decided that one ton block was no longer challenging, so he made some bigger blocks to play with. Within a few months he was moving, rolling, standing on end, and stacking them on top of each other.He found that he could easily move a 2400 lb. block 300 ft. per hour with little effort, and a 10,000 lb. block at 70 ft. per hour without any machine, only by himself. He also stood two 8 ft. 2400 lb. blocks on end and placed another 2400 lb. block on top. This took about two hours per block. He found that one man, working by himself, without the use of wheels, rollers, pulleys, or any type of hoisting equipment could perform the task.
A year after beginning project, his son needed a pole barn moved, due to a desired property split. He decided to put his techniques on test. The wood building was a 30 ft. by 40 ft. and 16 ft. tall. It weighed over 10 tons. In order to move the building, they added another 5 tons of bracing and reinforcement. The conditions were not good. At first, the field was muddy and they could only work for a few hours a week. Working by himself, he found out that he could move the building at a speed of 6 ft. per hour. With help of his son, they doubled that speed. After 40 man-hours of labor, they moved the building over 200 ft.
For many years people have tried to solve the mystery of the Egyptian pyramids, some even claiming extra terrestrial intervention. Similar works were done in different places on earth and at different times in history and there has to be a more accurate explanation. He believe that skilled individuals performed the work, because he found out that this job could easily be done using only primitive tools and physics, only simple wooden tools and gravity is needed for moving heavy weight. There’s no need to lift weight to move it from place to place. Stones make excellent fulcrums and pivot points.
Following this I have found that ancient legends from around the world are true. Some megaliths could have been set in place by as few as one man. I could build The Great Pyramid of Giza, using my techniques and primitive tools. On a twenty-five year construction schedule, (working forty hours per week at fifty weeks per year, using the input of myself to calculate) I would need a crew of 520 people to move blocks from the main quarry to the site and another 100 to move the blocks on site. For hoisting I need a crew of 120 (40 working and 80 rotating). My crew can raise 7000 lb. 100 ft. per minute. I have found the design of the pyramid is functional in it’s own construction. No external ramp is needed.
Following this some of ancient legends from around the world are true. Some megaliths could have been set in place by as few as one man. He said that he could build The Great Pyramid of Giza, using this techniques and primitive tools. On a twenty-five year construction schedule, working forty hours per week at fifty weeks per year, he would need a crew of 520 people to move blocks from the main quarry to the site and another 100 to move the blocks on site. For hoisting he needs a crew of 120 (40 working and 80 rotating). His crew can raise 7000 lb. 100 ft. per minute. He have found the design of the pyramid is functional on it’s own construction. No external ramp is needed. So many myths about pyramids are falling in water.
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I think it’s odd that people don’t give credit to our ancestors for their ingenuity. This guy has shown it IS possible to erect such monuments through sheer ingenuity. I mean, we’re only talking about 6,000 years ago or so. It’s not like people weren’t as resourceful then as they are today…these people weren’t idiots.
No-one knows. Anything is speculation. Good speculation, but speculation nonetheless
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