Matt Giwer <jull43@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> But what does not make sense is why they would go to the effort of
> hauling it up that high and thing forming it into individual blocks.
Probably for the same reason today's houses are made of concrete blocks
or bricks (at least in Europe). It's easier to make (to dry) and
> I mean if you want concrete construction all you have to do is pour it
> like layers of sidewalk. It cures faster than in large blocks so
> construction goes faster and much easier as only wood forms are needed
> to make layers where needed. They didn't need to create huge blocks,
> wait longer, and then still have to move them into place.
The experience of Davidovits shows that 1-2 tons block can be uncast
after a few hours and are dry enough to allow further construction on
top of it the next day.
> And from what
> I have seen of blocks at all levels they would have had to take their
> cured blocks and rough them up so they looked quarried.
1st all blocks were not cast
2nd erosion affect the aspect of the blocks.
"Tout est au mieux dans le meilleur des mondes possibles"
Voltaire vs Leibniz