Precision in An Ancient Statue

In front of the temple at Abu Sinbel, there are 4 65 foot statues of Ramses II.
Christoper Dunn, an engineer and a machinist took photographs of a Ramses statue.
He placed the photographs in a computer graphics program. Mr. Dunn discovered that the left side of Ramses face is the exact mirror image of the right side of Ramses' face. According to mainstream archeologists, the statues were carved using a mallet and a chisel.
Such precision is impossible with a mallet and a chisel.
The statue proves that the ancient Egyptians had access to advanced technologies.
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Published on January 25, 2013 21:05
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