Advanced stoneworking in the 19th century: techniques inherited from previous ages?

"In 2020, two heavy, modern excavators took about a year to place 200 yards of rough boulders on top of a short section of the East Pier at Dún Laoghaire Harbour, Dublin. A very poor effort compared to two centuries ago, from 1820 to 1824, at which time they were able to largely construct 2 miles of billiard table-level piers, out to sea, and about 250 feet wide at the base.

This speculative video gives (possible) evidence for the use of ancient hidden technology in the construction of the monumental harbour. The technology would have been used to cut and physically manipulate and maneuver the rock."
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Thanks Dana, that was very interesting!


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At first glance. But it’s initial blush fades quickly to sullen green, upon the realization that young in power is dangerous for elderly. And that China does not want to support a billion old useless eaters, voila! A natural Chinese remedy!! Accommodating nations also understand its appeal, its putting the balance sheet in a more proper order a better standing. Covid was really only fatal to elderly but not exclusively. If ancient stone masons had lost their most experienced tradesmen and their knowledge, it would have been fatal to the society, yet we seem to have planned our own genocide as if were in a Logan’s Run 1984 dystopian alternate timeline because ours was altered to keep us from nuking ourselves into non existence. And although the nuclear threat is still real, we don’t seem to respond to it in our daily lives.

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Attack of the boomer bots…

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That is some cool stuff. A similar mystery is the building of Hattusa, the capital of the Hittites. A bunch of steppe raiders from the area of the original aryans wanders around, settles in 1 place and immediately begins building massive well-fitted stone walls. Graham Hancock said they looked like it was built by the apprentices of those who built the “Incan” walls.

There does seem to be some way to efficiently cut rock w/o the need for a huge technological pyramid on top of it.

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