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Re: Myths, truths and theories - Stonehenge
Sep 04, 2010, 08:56
This isn't the first time I've pointed out that the "empty half" seems to contain no "missing" stones and not even any proved sockets. Met with thunderous silence each time........

The only evidence I've been able to find is the resistivity work -- the scans show up "shadows" in some of the places where stones should / might have been, but these shadows are no more prominent than the shadows across most of the site outside the stone settings. There are no white blobs showing buried stones that aren't already counted in. Resistivity readings are not that easy to interpret, but apart from the pits we already know about, moisture changes, changes in soil density and thickness etc can account for the majority of the "anomalies".
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