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how did people thousands of years ago make these inside box cuts

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how did people thousands of years ago make these inside box cuts in stone that requires diamond tools to work?
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Slaves...
the answer is always slvaes
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>>721450329
That looks quite clearly cast
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>>721450329
>that requires diamond tools to work
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>>721450425
lol
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>>721450425
that stone is diorite
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I don't get it, why do you need diamond to cut stone?

Also why is diamond considered difficult or significant to get?

Most stone cuting is done with water and sand. Diamond is used for hard metals but is as common today as it was back then- i.e. very common
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Maybe they used a diamond on a stick
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>find corundum
>attach with wood fiber to a stick
>hack away
That's one possibility.
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>>721450615
>diorite
Maybe the people used shards of diorite as tools.
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>>721450413
they cast molten stone?


really?
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>>721450329
Those stones aren't actually that hard.

You get the preliminary shape just by grinding them down with other stones.

Then you do the fine cutting with a bronze toothless saw using sand as grit.

Within the sand are particles harder than whatever you're cutting so the grit allows the bronze saw to cut through.

It's exactly how the Egyptians cut rock.
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When me and my brothers where younger we lived near mountains so everything was rocky.

There were these rock boulder we would carve things into with chisels and files.

after a while we got good enought to carve near perfect lines and shapes using string and rulers.

It took a while, but it was far from impossible.

we made better looking shit than op's picture sometimes.

in the end we left it all there in the woods, im grow now and I wonder if people will find those sculptures and think its some ancient civilization.

Humans are so gullible, kek.
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>>721451232
>It's exactly how the Egyptians cut rock.
they used ancient aliens?
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aliens u fag
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>>721450329
They would help you figure it out but you keep calling them niggers...
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>>721450329
>Diamond tools.
That is tuff stone, quite easy to work with.
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>>721451232
I remember that episode on Discovery channel or whatever . Shit was easy once you figured out what to do
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>>721451361
<3
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>>721450670
because it acts as a fantastic abrassive.

moreso than sand due to chemical makeup.

most sand is made of silicon and although they share the same crystaline-lattice structure making them 'gem-y' looking, the covalent bond strength for the diamonds carbon structure is MUCH MUCH stronger making it much tougher to break down.

thats why all the new shit coming out with nanotech using carbon nanotubes and graphene and so on will let us see building materials that are unheard of with todays standards.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fn4AoAZMRqM
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Lasers.

They just went pew pew pew pew pew with the zapguns given to them by their alien overlords.
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Aliens, magic, or the actual fucking tools to do the job.
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>>721451216
Molten? Are you trolling or just retarded?

Concrete poured into a mold is referred to as 'cast'. Ancient Romans had concrete. There are legends of a similar construction technique being used in Mesoamerica (see: Machu Picchu).
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>>721451867
so much this
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>>721450670
>>721450670
>very common

I bet you think gold isn't rare either. Geological information surveys and high-powered mining equipment accounts for how often you see extremely rare resources.
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With rocks, sticks, twine and possibly either chalk or charcoal.
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>>721451361
But then some kind of forensics expert comes in and looks at the craftsmanship with a fine lens, and kicks the gullible archeologist in the testicles for wasting their time.
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>>721452079
It's always aliens.
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>>721450329
They were smarter and didn't over think things.
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>>721450329
there are many ways to do that, first if i remember well that one is on peru, the metod to cut stone was pretty simple, they used a chisel to make small holes on the stone close to each other then they filled the holes with water, the place is a desert with hot days and cold nights so the constant preasures of the water going from liquid to ice cut the stone after a few days, also people didnt got to make a perfect form on their first try there are places that are giant trash cans for failed attemps to make a stone sculpture.
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>>721452055
better do your homework theres no way they cast this stone
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you're welcome

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9w-i5oZqaQ
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Illuminati confirmed
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>>721450329
Wants to demonstrate advanced technology
>look at this cut stone! shits out of this world
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>>721452055
the metod of construction on machu picchu was to cut stones tetris style and put on top of the other and machu picchu is on south america not Mesoamerica
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>>721450329
With there minds.
I can prove it too
>i just dont want to
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>>721450329
>that requires diamond tools

If you want to carve it out in a day, yeah.

Someone probably carefully shaved at this rock for the better part of a year to make these things
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>>721452240
they're so busy, make us humans seem idle
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They probably just set up a Haste II beacon within range and used an Efficiency V diamond pickaxe, you fucking retard.
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>>721451361

Wow, that sounds awesome.

It must have been really neat to live in a world where neither of you had a cell phone with a camera on it.

Great story, really sounds super true!
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>>721452763
yeah its the most retaded shit i ever saw, if the aztec and the incas had microwave technology, cellphones and laptos i could agree with the idea of ancient ilegal aliens but the just cut stone on a rather practical way.
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>>721450329
Persistence
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>>721450329

Easy.

Cutting dicks wasn't enough so the Jew decided to cut stones. When cutting stones become too easy they decided to cut down white civilization.
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>>721452093
Gold is ultra rare
Diamond is ultra common

Read a book
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>>721452940
>>721452055
Not macchu picchu but same civilization
>Extremely easy to work with
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>>721450329

Pretty easily... even today they don't use diamond tools to cut stone, you potato.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMHx0BXDfHE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otiO_wKCwEc


Next you are gonna ask how they built the pyramids without lights.

FYI a combination of building it from the inside out and using seawater lights with tiny wick flames to light the way without dying from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Thank god for Mr. Wizard when I was a kid.
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>>721452055
these are made from granite and limestone. You cant cast that or cut it with copper, iron, or steel tools. It's the argument for alien technology.
>>721450329

the ancient people could have just learned about diamonds and their hardness and used them as tools to chip away at them.
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>>721452093
No, they are extremely common, idiot. Not all diamonds are gem quality, and of the ones that are, a large percentage are uncirculated in order that they shouldn't flood the market.
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>>721450329
Everyone knows the ancient finnish empire used diamond tools to cut their memes into every surface they could find
L2history you nigger
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>>721453295
Dude is using carbide tools
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>>721450615
And ? Did you think only diamond was harder than diorite or something ?
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>>721453410
Limestone is easy as fuck to cut. Granite not so much but it can be done using the method described by >>721451232.

The problem with the world is that the Industrial Revolution created NEET motherfuckers who don't know shit and have never done manual labor in their lives.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9w-i5oZqaQ&t=0s

Watch all of this.
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>>721453575
THIS. DeBeers should be destroyed.
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>>721453238
is that sexywoman?, i meant sacsayhuaman?
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>>721450329
>thousands of years ago
that stone carving isnt even 2000 years old.
its from a 6th/7th century temple in western bolivia. theres tons of that shit in that area. it does not exceed ancient egypt precision or building complexity.

roobelidoodeliydoo, op is a faggot.
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>>721450670
its not wanter and sand, its water and sand AND pressure, done with high tech machinery. you try getting that kinda pressure with out machines, its either that or wait a few thousand/million years.
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>>721453575

rubies and emeralds are so much more rare, but cheaper. it's all just a marketing gimmick and as you said, holding millions of diamonds in vaults to artificially inflate the price.
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>>721453840
lol yes the average person cant cut granite with sand because they are NEET but mr manly man here knows exactly how the Egyptians did it because it was easy
>delusion
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They used time. Just time and rocks.
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>>721452093
you can literally find diamonds laying on the ground near mountains that were once active volcanoes as they are ejected during eruptions. theres a national park in the US where you can pan for diamonds and people typically find lots of them. Not all diamonds are jeweler quality, but they are not rare.
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>>721450866
This. LOL. So Underrated.
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>>721453410
>Not understanding the difference between hardness and brittleness/density.
Diamonds are good for cutting, you can't just go smashing them into a rock with a hammer or they'll shatter you fucking dunce.
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>>721454135
You are ignorant, immature, and illiterate. Begone.
>>>/r9k/
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Diamond is not required to cut stone, What you are looking at is easily achievable with bronze age technology. Just because you don't understand mineralogy, or history, does not make this a mystery.
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>>721450329
>inb4 diamond is the hardest metal
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>>721451179
Dudddeeee, that's so deeepppppp
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>>721454596

That's outright poetic.
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>>721454435
>not understanding how an abrasive slurry works
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>>721452093
>This guy doesn't know about the diamond scam.
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Copper no, iron yes, but its hard on the tools, steel absolutely, that's what we use for masonry today.
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>>721452763
Skills are lost methods forgotten. In an age of stone or copper is nots unreasonable to assume they utilized methods to work with the primary material of their time

I mean FUCK would you expect an ancient Egyptian architect to be incapable of teaching you something about working with stone that you didn't already know.
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>>721454714
>"Ancient people could have learned about diamonds and their hardness and used them to chip away at the stone"
>Chip away, implying a striking motion using one item to hit another
You gonna chip away with diamond dust?
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this nigga think irl is like minecraft or some shit HAHAHAHA
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>>721452093
>what is the De Beers diamond cartel?
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>>721453238
The rock they used to build that came from hundreds of miles away and thousands of feet up. Now THAT is fucking odd...
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>>721450408
slavs?
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>>721450329
hammer and chisel
what a fucking dunce
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>>721455002
On a microscopic scale, what do you think is happening in a slurry? Tiny pieces...carried by a liquid...hitting a bigger piece. Put the dunce cap on your thick skull and sit in the corner.
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>>721455199
obvious western spy is obvious
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Damn. Whole lotta geologists on here today. Taking a break from the the dissertation, /b/ros? If so, then please explain why diamond is the hardest metal
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they melted the rock and then molded it
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>>721455284
"Look at me, I can change the meaning of what I said to make it sound like I'm right."
Good job, buddy.
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>>721450329
ayyliums
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>>721453840
Truely spoken by someone whos never worked with extremely dense material before. I dont believe we inve ted diamond equipment in the industrail relovution
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>>721450329
This is clearly a dock for extraterrestrical orbiters, no matter with the tools they had. look for the cable connector at the left side. They must be extremely sophisticated
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>>721455344
crystal lattices an' shit
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>>721450329
persistence
slaves
persistence
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>>721451232
Going back and forth with sand and a broze dagger should only take a few million years by hand.
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though, its funny how this "devils door" that was praised by the incas as the "door to praise Mamapacha" (mother earth)
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>>721455661
looks exactly like this in turkey
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Maybe people were just as advanced as us back then and greed lust and power killed them off like we're doing right now. History repeats itself...unless it's in stone all other things eventually turn to dirt
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>>721455555
Holy quads wasted on some weird foot-sucking shit
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this is now my personal dump
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>>721454721
>Doesn't understand how diamonds work
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>>721450329

1: Aliens did it.

2: Aliens gave us the technology to do it, and we lost it along with any hard proof.

3: We used to have extreme technology which made things like this very easy. We did it all the time and the shit we made had some sort of function or it was just so easy to do we decided "hey, why not build a bunch of useless shit and call it art". There were tons of random rock what-you-may-have-its but they have deteriorated beyond any recognizable state. Since then the higher technology has been lost throughout the ages, along with any hard evidence of it's existence.

4: This shit was vary hard to do. It was manageable with things available at that time but it took fucking ages to do, it was hard work, they would need to have used tools we don't credit them having because of a lack of proof. And these structures served no other purpose than superstition.


It is probably number 4 because that one requires the least amount of assumptions. Or maybe it's not, only dumb people need to be told what to think.
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>>721452093
I can buy diamond tipped drill equipment from the local hardware store. Its cheap asf because diamonds are common
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>>721452079
Giving credit to human genius to aliens.

Clearly there is no intelligent life on earth
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>>721455161
A cartel that makes money by selling a rare and valuable resource. Why don't you go dig up a diamond if they're so common?
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>>721455758
>5
>quads
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>>721452093
Diamonds are literally just industrial rocks.
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>>721454596
Win
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>>721453138
yep, must been some time before 2002, you know when digital camera cell phones were introduced, you ignorant child.
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>>721453138
Just because you never experienced a world without cellular telephones and digital cameras doesn't mean no one else did child. Aren't you a little young to be on here?
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>>721455405
Did I quote "chip away at the stone"?
No. You did; as if I'd said that. Fuck your straw man. Go kill yourself posthaste.
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>>721455758
>>721455555
not even quads, that shit was quints.

5 toes on that grill
5 repeating digits
The digits were 5's themselves

The aliens are in this thread, it's a sign!!
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>>721455555
Check'd. Who is she? Sauce + moar.
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>>721453138
r u retarded?
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>>721450329
diamonds aren't the hardest metal its aluminium
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>>721455968
I get that you think that you are smart and that you think that what you wrote is smart, but just a glance at what you wrote makes you look like a middle school student trying hard to look intelligent.
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>>721455469
Written like a drunken ESL student.
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>>721455997
Manufactured diamonds are cheap because they're microscopic and dark, and explosives (which is how they make them) are cheap.
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There is no intelligent life on this planet clearly.

Attributing mans enduring genius to aliens is laughable.
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>>721455661
>>721455718
wow... they're both vaguely T shaped. You might just be onto something here!
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>>721456090
>rocks aren't made of carbon
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>>721450615
>doesn't know about sand-saws LUL
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>>721455997
In the rough. Even experts can look over it
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ancient roads and old city grid just off the coast of africa.
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>>721453108
underrrrrrated
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>>721456356
well if it makes you feel any better, not only am I not a middle school student.

but I don't consider myself smart.

your move asshat.
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>>721450329
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>>721450329
That doesn't require diamond tooling, just tooling out of stone with an equal or greater hardness as the workpiece. Traditional stoneworking tools of numerous early civilizations would have been sufficient. Turn off Discovery channel, its garbage,
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>>721456464
It's sad because people nowadays vastly underestimate what the ancient peoples could do.
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>>721456521
That's what I keep screaming but most of these niggers seem to be more dense than basalt.
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>>721456737
My move, then how about this, don't speculate on things above your pay grade.
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>>721455555
I am so rock fucking hard right now you couldn't cut my dick with diamond tools
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>>721456856
The jokes on you again fuckboi.

I don't work.
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>>721453238
Those walls are tucking insane.

Probably the strangest most perplexing ruins on earth.
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>>721456780
>stone on stone creates prefectly flat surfaces with magnetic charge in it

haha
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>>721456354
Man where did you go to school? Everyone knows diamonds are the hardest metal, 1 gram weighs something like 15 grams.
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>>721456958
Yeah, that should have been obvious.

Pic related it's you.
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>>721450329 you can use ,sand, salt, harder rock, glass, bone. just use a rock or some thing powder of one or more matirials and rub! takes long time but it's posible and cuite easy.
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>>721455389
No, just carved and polished it.
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itt: people that has never dealt with serious rock cutting
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>>721456867
Beat me to it.
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>>721457222
cheked and praised

trips dont lie
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Because Atlantis was real and several refugees settled in Bolivia and western South America.

Ask me anything about it, I have considerable information.
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>>721450329
Mad skills & time.
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>>721450329
Time and patience.
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>>721457348
and Slaves..
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>>721457123
Diamond isn't a metal dude... Quit playing mine craft kid.
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No
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>>721457312
i thought they went to egypt and mexico

pic related
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>>721457139
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I'm afraid to open it, a resolution that big would surely rip my monitor in two.
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>>721450329
Probably a 'concrete' casting.
The short answer is they didn't 'cut' it, they molded it.
For example, people have been baking clay for pots and shingles for huts for well over 8,000 years
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>>721453138
Are you a literal baby
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>>721450329
No stone carving "requires" diamond tools. Any stone can be broken or worn down by itself. Better tools just make the job faster and easier.

They had a long series of stone tools that quickly wore down and needed replacing. Fortunately it was thousands of years ago so there was nothing else for them to do with their time.
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>>721457312
tell me about the hall of records in yucatan, does it really exist? why did the atlanteans chose that place specifically?
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>>721453138
15 year old detected
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>>721457681
They did, the main group landed in Turkey and then settled in Egypt trying to rebuild their civ 1000 years later.

The Yucatan and western South America were other regions in which refugees settled.
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>>721457705
How about this, buddy?
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>>721453138
>there are "people" on /b/ who percieve a world without camera phones is equivalent to ancient Egypt

I welcome the sweet release of death
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>>721451738
Yes, diamond tooling grinds easier and is more efficient, but synthetic PCD tools are even a bigger improvement on that. Just because a new kind of tool is better, and we'd use it today, doesn't mean no one could ever make anything in the past because they didn't have the tools we'd use now. They made shit to the best of their abilities given the time, tooling, and design requirements.

You'll notice the workmanship get sloppier at the top of columns a lot, where they'd put the new guys or work too fast and cut corners, because that high up it's harder to make out great detail, for instance.

These were skilled and practical craftsmen, not gods.
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>>721457831
what exactly happened to atlantis?

i need a big fucking redpill ive been stalled on the same information for months i need to know more on this
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>>721451361
Not even a noob archeologist would know so little about stone artifacts to make that mistake.
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>>721456836
lell
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>>721453138
Back when (what I guess is most of us on /b/) was kids cell phones didn't have cameras, if we even had a cell phone as a kid
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>>721453138
lol

Are you 12?
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>>721450329

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsqOLCXYznE

and give them 100 years, they can drill any kind of hole they want.
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>>721456856
>don't speculate on things above your pay grade.

You do realize how fucking stupid that sounds, right?

I can't even begin to explain to you the level of autism you would need to reach to write that, but I guess you would know...
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>>721458114
At the end of the Younger Dryas, the ice caps melted down to their current state in fast spurts within a few decades. This flooded the planet, along with that, the weight that was once on the poles subsided. This resulted in what's called isostatic depression and rebound.

At the poles, the crust rebounded up when the weight was lifted. Toward the equator, the crust sunk into the earth in reaction to that bulgining on the poles. This literally sunk the crust downwards, while sea levels rose 400 feet independently.

Atlantis was literally sunk beneath the waves, 9,500 years ago. It's in the middle of the Atlantic, the azores are mountains of the continent.
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>>721453138
This will be the response of many. Get used to it. Life before for phones? How the fuck did you remember what you did?
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>>721458390
It was a joke that was meant to say. Hey there are actual factual evidence that ancient civilizations made every single one of these ancient wonders themselves and by saying aliens did, you are taking away accomplishments that were achieved with human ingenuity. No aliens did fucking not have anything to do with our history, there is no evidence of them or there meddling with us.
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>>721458563
Wow, so where is the evidence, oh wait there isn't any.
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>>721450329
Here's my 2c

if you grind together two stones of the same hardness, they will grind down evenly on both the object piece, and the stone you are using on it. So, using plenty of other stones of the same material as hand tools, slowly grinding down on the object piece. As the abrasive stone wears down, it gets chucked away and replaced. However to do the fine work, a smaller abrasive stone would be required. To make something like the item in OP's pic, this would probably be several years work by a team of masons..
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>>721458879
>>721458879
The flooding, rise in sea levels, isostatic rebound/depression is not up for debate. It is a scientific reality. Imaging in the Atlantic has revealed pyramid and buliding structures beneath the waves. Plato's account of Solon's findings in Egypt is very explicit and literal in its description of Atlantis, all the way down to the date of destruction.
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I feel sorry for the new fags who have never seen a picture like this.
Though
It's probably washed over them
Like a great flood.
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>>721458774
>It was a joke that was meant to say.
foreign/10

>Hey there are actual factual evidence
I'm not gonna fault you on this one, only because it rhymes a bit and I know you didn't mean it to.


Overall score is still 0/10
Your reply made no sense in context, better luck next time.

provided is a
>pic related
That is you, I'm not sure if that was obvious or not, but that is you in the picture. I'm mocking you, if that wasn't clear.
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>>721450329
invented a time machine, came forward in time, bought diamond tools, went back in time again and made this. hid the tools really well.
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>>721452718
kek

If you had the technology to burn up suns worth of energy to get some capable ship to to this planet, and went to set up your base camp, why would you make it out of ground stone and not metals or composites?
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>>721459639
It wasn't aliens, they were a renaissance-ish level civilization. Aliens is a well poisoning distraction. Ask yourself why Northern European haplogroups are found in all global native popuatlions and where mitochondrial haplogroup X came from.
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>>721456836
I'll basalt my nuts in your mouth.
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>>721453226
Actually most of the gold on earth is unreachable using current standards. The truth, there is enough gold within our planet to coat the entire surface with approx fifteen inches of it. Learn to read scientific journals...

Far far in the future when the earth will be completely human engineered as a massive machine, spacecraft we'll access all we need.
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>>721453295
It's potatoe. You lonely faggot
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>>721460044
If we survive until then.
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>>721450413
How did they make the mold?
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>>721451361
>I'm grow now

Wordsmith.jpg
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>>721450329
they had lots of time
there was no memes or internets at all back then
those poor bastards
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>>721450329
by using diamond tools, faggot
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>>721451452
yes, because these aliens were tools and hard as diamond.
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>>721460141
Parasites are extremely hard to eradicate. Even if we have a global ELE that would extinguish all life, life would still manifest leading to intelligence as we know it today again.

Eventually, the earth will be a machine.
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>>721450329
Literaly they worked it with small chunks of the same stone.
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>>721460315
Hi Anon. I see you called someone a "faggot" I'm assuming you meant this jokingly, but I've been mulling this over in my head for several minutes and it does not sit right.

Let me please (re)iterate you on this word. Not only does it aim hatred at a large group of people that I myself and many of my friends are a part of, the word has the power to tear down and undermine a fight that we have been fighting for decades. I don't know where you stand on the issue, but I'm assuming you value your rights to equality as a citizen of this country.

You may think that this is only a word, a mere configuration of letters, but this word is the foundation that keeps LGBT people held in the depths of inequality, while men like yourself toss around hateful slurs in a joking way thinking immaturely that you are immune to hurting anyone. This is not true. Next time you throw this word out (however jokingly and privately you may thing you are using this- in this era NOTHING is ever private), think about those who have struggled for the right to feel safe in their own country.

The word "faggot" creates a hostile environment and makes many LGBT people feel unsafe around those who have enough power in society to use such words. Don't make me feel unsafe. I have a right to my safety. And although I have tremendous pride in being a mature, strong, bisexual woman, it really sucks when your words get in the way of my pride. Thanks for your attention.
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>>721460713
I'm talking about mankind as it is right now and the direction it's been heading for the past few years.
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>>721450615
Most of the stone at Pumapunku is red sandstone, not diorite.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9w-i5oZqaQ

Get outta here with your ridiculous bullshit, OP.
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>>721450408
slaves and time
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>>721450329
Only requires diamond tools if you want to cut fast and reuse the tool for sometime.
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>>721450329
infinite man power... whole lifetimes of time

thats how.
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>>721460984
Even if it was mankind killing itself there'd be a small pocket that'd survive in Africa. Then eventually some uppity niggers would end up migrating and starting the whole very short process all over again.

Niggers.
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This and only this.
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>>721454721
>this guy doesnt know that the scam ocured over 100 years ago and was ended when multiple new diamond mining/distributing companies were founded
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>>721452410
It's mostly correct unless for the fact that they used porous wood drenched in water
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>>721457681
I see they created the cricket paddle as well.
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>>721453138
We didn't have cellphones or even digital cameras when I was young you must be young dumbe and full of another mans cum
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>>721450329
They threw human misery and suffering at it until it was done...
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>>721450329
this is someones paiting like those abstract ones today which worth is around 3 mil $
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>>721450329
Slaves, thousands of them working at the same time.
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