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Old 2021-10-04, 18:47   #45
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Old 2021-10-04, 19:00   #46
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Can someone explain what it was?

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Old 2021-10-04, 20:44   #47
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Old Man Breaking The Big Rocks By Hand Chisels

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Old 2021-10-04, 21:27   #49
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Old Man Breaking The Big Rocks By Hand Chisels
Is this all your argumentation? :)
You could just write - it's all a lie. Without any references, even :)
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Old 2021-10-04, 21:55   #50
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These are considered hoaxes. From the link you provided:

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In the 1960s Javier Cabrera Darquea began to collect and popularize the stones, obtaining many of them from a farmer named Basilio Uschuya. Uschuya, after claiming them to be real ancient artifacts, admitted to creating the carvings he had sold and said he produced a patina by baking the stone in cow dung.
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Old 2021-10-04, 22:24   #51
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These are considered hoaxes. From the link you provided:
It is not a fact that this is true. I guess the dude decided to hype on the topic.
According to various estimates, there are about 50,000 of these stones. And their production requires a whole workshop with an army of masons and many years of work.
As you understand, everyone would have known about this workshop for a long time.
And it is also important that they could be bought for a penny, which would in no way cover the labor costs of their production. Which directly indicates that they were simply found, and not produced.
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You see, I just gave links to artifacts. But, of course, each of them needs to be commented on. Because, seeing this for the first time in your life, you probably will not understand what the essence of the phenomenon is.

I could comment on each of them, just as I could point to fifty other phenomena and comment on them. But then it will turn out to be a longread, which will take me a long time to write. And in return I will get, at best, another link to a video where the old man works with a chisel :)

Therefore, I propose not just to read Wikipedia, but to delve deeper into the topic and study other materials on the topics I have proposed. And when everything learned will be understood meaningfully - then let's talk.
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Old 2021-10-04, 23:21   #53
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And it is also important that they could be bought for a penny, which would in no way cover the labor costs of their production. Which directly indicates that they were simply found, and not produced.
If they were not produced, then they are not artifacts.
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Old 2021-10-04, 23:30   #54
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You can play with words as much as you like, but the Ica Stones overturn the usual perception of history, and from the point of view of modern science it cannot exist.

I have no purpose to convert anyone to my faith.
It would be interesting for me to communicate with those who shares my views. That's why I created this topic.
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I consider Max Scherzer's trade to the Los Angeles Dodgers in July of this year clear evidence of alien intervention in the lives of humans on this world.


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