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(BBC)   Volunteers moving 3-ton stone from Wales to Stonehenge to prove it could be done accidentally drop it in the ocean. (via Ancient World Web)   ( news6.thdo.bbc.co.uk) divider line
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2000-07-25 07:28:03 PM  
Do you suppose way back in the Stonehenge days they had special bluestone retrieval teams?
2000-07-25 11:04:06 PM  
They''ve proven one thing, at least. If someone finds more 16-ton stones at the bottom of the ocean, it''s a pretty safe bet Stonehenge was built the way these guys say it was.
2000-07-25 11:53:24 PM  
y''know i was seriously thinking the same thing bonobo.
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