One Man builds the modern Stonehenge
The Stonehenge was estimated to have been built more than four thounsand years ago, and it has thus aroused curiosity and conspiracy theories alike as to how it was built. Some attributed the effort to aliens, considering the physical impossibility of humans in moving, erecting and constructing those stones that weigh more than 20 tonnes each.
One man decided to see if he could build the Stonehenge without employing any modern technology – and to build it by himself. He proved that with some clever method and a lot of perserverance, it is possible to emulate the effort. See how one man lifts and moves tonnes of stone in the quest for the Stonehenge.
“Give me a long enough lever and a place to stand, and I will move the earth.” – Archimedes