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I can my self move any megalithic stone in the world.
I have always wondered why they cut the larger stones with so flat surfaces already in the stone quarry.
This is why......
Just give me 100 liter of mercury and I will build a narrow fit channel for any large megalithic stone
and build the channel so that front of the channel have room for the stone to be able to float
and be moved the larger amount of mercury under the stone as the mercury is transfered under and beside the stone to the back.
Then I gather the mercury, fill in behind the stone and dig up in front of it to be able to make the stone to float and pushed another bit in my channel.
I am sick of all this nonsens of magic or aliens.
I say it again.
I can move any megalithic stone my self if I just get 100 liters or more, to make the stone to float in the mercury.
Master of Science in Engineering Physics.
Magnus Ivarsson
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23 hours ago, BlockOut said:
I can my self move any megalithic stone in the world.
I have always wondered why they cut the larger stones with so flat surfaces already in the stone quarry.
This is why......
Just give me 100 liter of mercury and I will build a narrow fit channel for any large megalithic stone
and build the channel so that front of the channel have room for the stone to be able to float
and be moved the larger amount of mercury under the stone as the mercury is transfered under and beside the stone to the back.
Then I gather the mercury, fill in behind the stone and dig up in front of it to be able to make the stone to float and pushed another bit in my channel.
I am sick of all this nonsens of magic or aliens.
I say it again.
I can move any megalithic stone my self if I just get 100 liters or more, to make the stone to float in the mercury.
Master of Science in Engineering Physics.
Magnus Ivarsson

I am uncertain if mercury can move a stone can you post a picture of it? Do a smaller experiment with a small stone and mercury first then that will prove it is possible. I know you can float metals in mercury however I am uncertain about stone.

 

 

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On 7/1/2022 at 12:33 PM, BlockOut said:

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Please understand this information.

https://qr.ae/pvA9UD

Here granit float in mercury.

Regards from Sweden

 

Interesting, ya it is possible then, I believe that with enough mercury you could probably move a large stone by floating it maybe even a megalithic one.

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