Topic ID #25188 - posted 12/1/2012 4:10 PM

My Puma Punku theory



Eddy

I would like to hear some archeologists views on my theory.



http://pumapunkutheories.webs.com/




Post ID#19889 - replied 12/3/2012 4:54 AM



rkeyo

Moderator
Interesting theory, and you have obviously done a lot of work to show its plausibility. However, as I am sure you know, plausibility is not proof. What I think you need to do is prove that the material is not natural stone, but man-made cement (or some such). Clearly, you will need permits from the government to do that, which may be difficult to obtain. However, without this proof, this is just theory.
 

Post ID#19891 - replied 12/3/2012 9:12 AM



dirtdirt


I'm not saying they were beyond the use of molds, but I can definitely tell the difference between a slurry matrix and natural rock.

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