Stunning views from the wall, great construction in the history of China
it’s hard to walk 1 km uphill, a very steep climb to the top, very high prices on the spot for drinks and Souvenirs
When in September I went to Beijing, the tour of the “Great wall” was one of the most anticipated, because to see one of the seven “wonders of the world” should try every person.
You go on this excursion for quite a long time, about an hour since the wall itself is located outside the city, and Chinese beliefs from the town there is only one road for exit from the North side because on perimetre the city is surrounded by mountains and the Chinese believed that from the North to the city attack is unlikely. Continue reading
Tools are made from
stone, bone wood. Then people learned and copper.
It took many centuries. In the distant Egypt in 2600 BC
constructed the pyramid of Cheops, the largest pyramid of Ancient Egypt.
It was difficult to imagine how the ancient people did not have
modern technology could build out of multi-ton stone blocks
enormous edifices. The pyramids are considered one of the seven wonders of the world.
Few people know that at the same time in the North Caucasus the local tribes
of huge stoves built no less amazing structures dolmens. Continue reading
Because of the latitude of Tiwanaku and Teotihuacan is not symmetric about the equator, the point of intersection of the lines lies a little North of him. And so, while the whole system is symmetrical only relative to Meridian VP+115° W.
In addition, the image clearly shows that the line t-T and es-in the Northern hemisphere overlap with the 40th latitude in the meridians EAP+155°W and RP+75°W, i.e. between the intersections of 80°, or 2 times at 40°. And the line y-y, intersects the latitude of Easter Island on the Meridian perpendicular to the Meridian EP, i.e. on the Meridian EP+90°.
To make the system symmetric, in opposite hemispheres, will hold the latitude corresponding to the true latitude of Tiwanaku and Teotihuacan, i.e. anti-latitudes of these sites. Continue reading