You, too, can move Stonehenge-sized pillars -

July 11, 2008
When researchers were devising their complicated theories about how ancient Britons built Stonehenge, apparently they forgot to consult today's construction workers. It turns out erecting Stonehenge's pillars may not have involved nearly as much effort ...

When researchers were devising their complicated theories about how ancient Britons built Stonehenge, apparently they forgot to consult today's construction workers. It turns out erecting Stonehenge's pillars may not have involved nearly as much effort or as many people as researchers have supposed. That's the take-away from this video of a Michigan construction worker who, by himself, moves around multi-ton concrete pillars and is erecting his own version of Stonehenge to prove his point that the whole thing was well within the capabilities of a few ancients.

http://j-walkblog.com/index.php?/weblog/posts/moving_big_rocks

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