Oldest Technologies Scientists Still Can't Explain

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, May 22, 2019
  • Subscribe ► http://goo.gl/WPKt5wHuman beings are capable of building incredible structures, from the latest cutting-edge office blocks to artistic sculptures. Cathedrals, sporting arenas, and monuments all over the world are a testament to our creative skill as a species. In the modern era though, we have technology to help us, from huge mechanical drills to laser cutting curved glass. Builders didn’t have these luxuries in ancient times, so how did they manage to create some of the ancient wonders we’re about to show you in this video? Science still doesn’t have the answers. For all questions contact us at: [email protected]
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  • Lou Lopez

    Lou Lopez

     2 months ago +1417

    They were built by people who didn't spent all day long commenting on YouTube.

  • higgy one

    higgy one

     3 days ago +27

    Maybe we don't give our ancestors enough credit

  • Nitro Shortbus

    Nitro Shortbus

     1 months ago +80

    If you don't know how or when they did it why are you concluding they didn't have the tools or technology necessary.

  • keepin it real

    keepin it real

     8 hours ago +2

    Well Einstein if that's all you have to work with then you become very proficient with it and become an expert.

  • KaiWut

    KaiWut

     4 days ago +2

    8:35
    People who took months to create a map: *exists*
    Everyone: Wait. That's Illegal

  • doggiesarus

    doggiesarus

     2 months ago +696

    They didn't have smartphones or computers so they did not sit on their asses debunking stuff-- they built stuff.

  • jessie bagonoc

    jessie bagonoc

     19 hours ago +2

    Maybe it is not solid material before..its a clay.

  • JuicemanKaapp0 Kaapp0Juiceman

    JuicemanKaapp0 Kaapp0Juiceman

     4 days ago +26

    maybe the actually had
    centers of higher learning
    that didn’t economically
    ensLave the studeNts .

  • SandeepK

    SandeepK

     yesterday +1

    Seeing such videos makes me think that we really under estimates human capability and ingenuity.

  • VISHNU VIKRAM

    VISHNU VIKRAM

     1 months ago +105

    Ancients had 1 thing that we dont have. Patience.😎😎😎😎😎

  • T3HR3PP4

    T3HR3PP4

     2 months ago +429

    A cave man wouldn't know what to do with a smartphone and the average person in modern time can't start a fire with two sticks.
    Technology does not follow a straight line of development across time.

  • Jonas

    Jonas

     7 days ago +19

    Stone is one of the only materials that last for several millenia, especially granite. There must've been an advanced human civilization which perished with it's secrets long before us.

  • Doran Kor

    Doran Kor

     yesterday +1

    Every single one of those can be solved by the following assumption: That humanity has always possessed the amazing intellect and drive to create, and now scientist can't come up with logical conclusions and lazily assumes they were ooga-booga cavemen.

  • waptek

    waptek

     2 months ago +5

    0:35 = Asuka & the Ishibutai Kofun in Nara Prefecture, Japan.

  • TEKNO

    TEKNO

     1 months ago +2

    I see some ancient stone works and I believe that ancient ppl have good skills and they have them science also they have the (time)

  • shield400

    shield400

     2 months ago +475

    The ancients were the masters of stone. Today we are the masters of being stoned.

  • Luke Fakult

    Luke Fakult

     5 days ago +7

    Um... erosion.... wouldnt that maybe fade chisel marks after eternity

  • rrrkkk

    rrrkkk

     1 months ago +2

    The Incas were not an ancient civilization. they only went back a few hundred years.

  • Jerrod Braley

    Jerrod Braley

     4 days ago +1

    are you kidding me? you dont believe that people living a thousand years ago knew how to make art concrete structures.

  • Dazza Zulu

    Dazza Zulu

     1 months ago +15

    Ancients were way smarter than we give them credit for.