Building Stonehenge: This Man Can Move Anything

Wally Wallington has demonstrated that he can lift a Stonehenge-sized pillar weighing 22,000 lbs and moved a barn over 300 ft. What makes this so special is that he does it using only himself, gravity, and his incredible ingenuity:

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  • morphedkirby

    this is sick. see what you can do if you put your mind to it?

  • Word Eater

    Fuck yeah! Who needs aliens or magic when you've got the human mind?

    This is awesome and the same sort of ingenuity could have built the pyramids, too.

    Go humans!

  • Urza9814

    Love this. Though it is rather old news – I first saw it more than a year ago.

    @Word Eater:
    Unfortunately movement of the blocks is not the only problem with the pyramids. In fact it is probably the smallest question. The bigger questions are things like how the sides of the pyramids are so perfectly aligned to the compass directions? And how the blocks fit together so perfectly. And how the angle of the pyramids is such that they are just barely able to stand – any steeper and they would have collapsed under their own weight during construction.

  • Urza9814

    Love this. Though it is rather old news – I first saw it more than a year ago.

    @Word Eater:
    Unfortunately movement of the blocks is not the only problem with the pyramids. In fact it is probably the smallest question. The bigger questions are things like how the sides of the pyramids are so perfectly aligned to the compass directions? And how the blocks fit together so perfectly. And how the angle of the pyramids is such that they are just barely able to stand – any steeper and they would have collapsed under their own weight during construction.

  • http://1jobboard.com/ dididrogba

    this is something extraordinary discovery

  • http://1jobboard.com/ dididrogba

    this is something extraordinary discovery

  • http://911medicalcare.com/ medical

    intelligent discovery like this will be useful to science

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