# I can move any megalithic stone on hundreds of tons with physics

They can just as well just built a large canal around it,
and built large reed boats beside these stones
and filled up with water and then kept on building canals to transport away these megalithic stones.
No need for advanced lift equipment.
Just lots of people with spades,
clay to make these canals water tight,
and canal ports to eract or lower these reed stone boats.

MagI
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They can just as well just built a large canal around it,
and built large reed boats beside these stones
and filled up with water and then kept on building canals to transport away these megalithic stones.
No need for advanced lift equipment.
Just lots of people with spades,
clay to make these canals water tight,
and canal ports to eract or lower these reed stone boats.

MagI
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how did they move the water up hill ?

how big does the reed boat need to be, to carry a 60 ton stone block ?
and how long would it take them to do it ?
and how do they pick up the 60 ton block from the boat and then place it somewhere to use it ?
and how do they then move and lift the next one that sits beside it ?

How did they move the water up hill ?

how big does the reed boat need to be, to carry a 60 ton stone block ?
Find out how much one cubic meter reed lift in water and how much lighter stone get in water
and do a calculation.

and how long would it take them to do it ?
Depends on how manye men, clay and spades they have .

and how do they pick up the 60 ton block from the boat and then place it somewhere to use it ?
They make a large canal and will the whole area with water and then handle the stone by filling and removing water in this pond with reed boats on it.

and how do they then move and lift the next one that sits beside it ?
They just dig up large walls so it is all is in a large canal and handle the stones under the water with reed boats and then filling and removing water in this large canal.

MagI
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Big enough to displace water equivalent to 60 tons plus the weight of the boat.