Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Retired Construction Worker Shows How To Move A Barn With a Lump of Wood and a Handful of Pebbles









This is an excellent demonstration of technique and capability.  The most important trick shown here is the ease with which it becomes possible to simply lift a huge slab almost any reasonable height.  The rest is also known and using sand to control the rotation also provides ample time to even adjust the slabs position.


I am in no doubt that this is how these structures were erected and lifted.  It takes planning and experience but it is eminently doable.


Then actual movement over distance would become the job of a water based transportation system, yet this ability to move along a flat surface would suffice for any developed work site.  It is way easier than even I suspected and had surmised.


Retired Construction Worker Shows How To Move A Barn With a Lump of Wood and a Handful of Pebbles…Amazing
Chris Carrington

The Daily Sheeple
July 16th, 2014



http://www.thedailysheeple.com/retired-construction-worker-shows-how-to-move-a-barn-with-a-lump-of-wood-and-a-handful-of-pebblesamazing_072014


How useful would it be to have a skill that allowed you to move, rocks, tree trunks and even buildings without the need for anything more than a few blocks of wood, some sand and a handful of regular garden pebbles?
Wally Wallington has found a method to do just that using the same technology that the cavemen had, sticks and stones.








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