The Secrets of the 7 World Wonders

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The seven Wonders of the World! From the mysterious Great Pyramid of Giza and how it was built to the Great Wall of China and Machu Picchu, these are the Secrets Behind the 7 Wonders of the World! For more Megaproject & Construction content be sure to subscribe to Top Luxury. Thanks for watching this video: The Secrets of the 7 World Wonders
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0:00 The 7 Wonders of the World
0:57 The Great Wall of China
4:48 Machu Picchu
8:24 The Great Pyramid of Giza
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Top Luxury
Top Luxury 9 aylar önce
What's your opinion? How do you think the pyramids were built?😎✍
Engr.shodunke Williamz
Engr.shodunke Williamz 4 gün önce
@HI for Yu
Rocky 1954
Rocky 1954 9 gün önce
@samira saad Really? Built by your grandparents?
Mizztree 12 gün önce
As if they could carry heavy amounts on those boats in Egypt and that’s after cutting them with such precession that you can’t get a human hair through the join?
Mizztree 12 gün önce
Aliens/ lasers
Kushik Fish traders.🐟
Kushik Fish traders.🐟 24 gün önce
Help me please 😭😭😭
Kenny Michael Alanya
Kenny Michael Alanya 6 aylar önce
The fact that we still theorize how the Pyramids were built shows you how amazing past ancient civilizations were
Samuel Romero
Samuel Romero 4 aylar önce
Victorianne Castle l
Patrick O'Meagher
Patrick O'Meagher 7 aylar önce
An honorable mention should be given to the Daisen kofun in Osaka, Japan. It's the biggest tumulus in the world and you could fit two great pyramids in it's central complex. There are thousands of kofun tumuli around Japan with a large concentration around Nara and the surrounding Kansai region. I used to live in Nara and I couldn't take a train or road in any direction without passing at least a few. I've even been to the Hashihaka kofun where Queen Himiko is buried. Most people don't know what they are or that they are made of stone because centuries of settling soil and trees make them look like hills. If you look at an aerial view with Google Earth, keyhole shaped mounds with moats around them are probably ancient tumuli. There are even a few excavated ones that show what they looked like in their prime. There's really good one (Goshikizuka) just East of the Akashi bridge near Kobe.
Stryker GSP
Stryker GSP 5 aylar önce
@Sugikage gates of hell
RobertBobby PelletreauJr
RobertBobby PelletreauJr 6 aylar önce
Osaka, Japan is also the birthplace of Master Splinter aka Hamato Yoshi..
Sugikage 6 aylar önce
@りりびあ what keyhole in the vatican? I tried looking it up but didn’t really find anything relevant. Enlighten me please
りりびあ 6 aylar önce
大阪の百舌鳥の仁徳天皇陵古墳の近くに住んでいる日本人です。 古墳は、鍵穴の形をしてるので、バチカンの鍵穴と同じか、三種の神器の1つマナの壺🏺なのか❓❓🤔⁉️ かつてニムロデ崇拝であったので、世界統一政府であったことは間違いないですね。聖書は真実です。
Punk Rock Compound
Punk Rock Compound 6 aylar önce
Thank You Patrick for furthering the understanding of who we are and where we came from. These hidden (from us) clues (that you shared) suggest that there's FAR more going on in our past then what most of us have been led to believe. ❤
Watcher 6 aylar önce
Honestly if time travel becomes a thing, i think ancient Egypt would be a popular tourist attraction. Mainly due to how civilized they were and how their society was much like ours today.
ALLIE XCX 22 gün önce
@justinsmith4562 hey maybe it will exist someday 🤷🏼‍♀️
Watcher 29 gün önce
@Zeed Nope. That's not how time travel works. The idea that you can change the past by introducing Y to X has been proven completely inaccurate. You just travel from point A and arrive at point B-1. B-1 because the original B has already happened. You can travel to a place where B-1 is now not then.
Zeed 29 gün önce
And then they will accidentally reveal the idea of pyramids to the egyptians .. then the egyptians will built it
Watcher 4 aylar önce
@lasse liedtke Oh so much more than you can even imagine.
lasse liedtke
lasse liedtke 4 aylar önce
What cursed knowledge do you possess?????
Ben Walter
Ben Walter 9 aylar önce
It appears that we found the natural weed killer/preventer, sticky rice. We should really start using this more often to seal bricks and stone during new construction/renovation projects to prevent weeds from ever (re)growing in cracks/ in between materials. It also seems that sticky rice could be used to stop cracks on the roadways/pavements/walkways from getting larger. This is quite an amazing reveal by you, if I do say so myself.
Carmella Honey
Carmella Honey 4 aylar önce
vegetation on buildings is what makes them beautiful when they're abandoned
tyler soto
tyler soto 7 aylar önce
Would explain it, cuz sticky hard stuff makes architecture infrastructure stronger, cuz the tall tower of babel was built using tar
R S 8 aylar önce
Is it rat proof, or a rat's feast?
Conway Twittyer
Conway Twittyer 8 aylar önce
The original ancient walls weren't large or meant to keep people out as much as they worked as a road for guards who would make rounds on the walls, and to facilitate trade. That's the reason the wall was placed on the silk road to protect trade from northern nomadic tribes and bandits. It wasn't really very high originally being only a few meters of packed dirt. It's pretty magnificent now, but ya still can't see it from space. The only man made project that can be seen from space is a reservoir in Cambodia created by the Khmer empire.
Johnny DePPP
Johnny DePPP 4 aylar önce
actually the walls are meant to stop the horse not human because nomadic tribes rely on their horse so much so ancient china empire built the wall to weaken their enemy
zingo dongo
zingo dongo 5 aylar önce
they're talking about from the moon
77-ca-1-76 6 aylar önce
It seems that Belgian motorway lights can be seen from space as well.
tom reid
tom reid 6 aylar önce
@opio bandele correct
Pamela Sosin
Pamela Sosin 6 aylar önce
I met a man from Peru. He said Machu Picchu was believed to be a place where the people went for healing. That somehow this place had healing powers. Interesting.
TapeJunction 6 aylar önce
The Tanjore Big Temple is a magnificent structure that was erected by Raja Raja Cholan, the greatest ruler of the Chola Dynasty, in the 15th century. It was built between the years CE 985 and CE 1014, and it was completed around the year 1010. There are other names for the temple, including the Big Temple, Rajarajesvaram Temple, and Peruvudaiyar Kvil Temple.
Nero 6 aylar önce
Nothing is as impressive as the pyramids. To have built something so far back that was so precise... it's just incredible.
Vuzereus Azureus
Vuzereus Azureus 6 aylar önce
@Tim Burton Puma, I named one, easy, its better than these over rated pyramids. Scientist dont even dare to touch that one LoL
Tim Burton
Tim Burton 6 aylar önce
While they are are TRULY IMPRESSIVE, it's almost impossible to name one ☝️ of these or really selecting from the thousands of completely mind-baffling places that have been discovered around the world 🌎 not to mention the places we haven't discovered... Some of these Temples in India 🇮🇳 or Cambodia 🇰🇭 just blow my mind... entire multi-storied temples carved right out of the mountain... that's the other thing, the carved structures and carvings around the world 🌎 should NOT have been possible if our evolutionary history is to be believed... I don't have the answers but I'm truly AMAZED at what has been discovered... our ancestors were bad-ass brilliant.
Vuzereus Azureus
Vuzereus Azureus 6 aylar önce
Wrong. There are others that are more impressive, Egypt pyramids probably number 4 or 5 even 6th perhaps.
Scott's dialy Adventure
Scott's dialy Adventure 7 aylar önce
Very interesting and some good detail I would like to hear about Cambodian Anchor Wat near Siem Reap . I lived there for most of the year still like to learn more about the temple there but there the whole city amazing beyond human ability it seems. There are so many representations of super creatures and serpents it is very likely there's some actual history there 🙏🙏
TheSamuiman 6 aylar önce
There are quite a few Vids on YT, just use the search function!
Patty 7 aylar önce
While my great uncle, Hiram Bingham, did rediscover Machu Pichu, it has recently been proven that the pyramids in Egypt were built much longer ago than credited by the Egyptian authorities.
Kenny Michael Alanya
Kenny Michael Alanya 6 aylar önce
Yup. I have Inca blood running through veins and I love the history surrounding Peru. Puma Punku is an eerie cite and has a long peculiar history as well as Aramu Muru. Look at that "Door" on that rock. It has a strange story behind it. Link below
Simulacrum 11 gün önce
Fascinating video! I would love to learn even more about the mysteries of the pyramids and their history.
Jack 9 aylar önce
Please do a balneário Camboriú video ❤️, it's a city in Brasil with the most tall buildings per square foot, the city it's literally falling apart due to multiple skyscrapers 😭🙏
da9elb 6 aylar önce
In Peru, the structures with small stones are inca, the ones with larger stones came before the Incas, and was built by the Huari tribe. I mean the ones which we cannot fit a piece of paper between. Huari, not Inca.
Dr T
Dr T 7 aylar önce
When the Giza Pyramids were constructed, the Sahara was a LUSH GREEN Savanna... the only sand was on the coastline of Egypt. The sand we see today did not arrive until 1000s of years after they were constructed.
TheSamuiman 6 aylar önce
@Dr T However it was roughly 13.000 years ago, long before the pyramids were assumingly build...they will remain a mystery!
Dr T
Dr T 6 aylar önce
@benny rich It is called the "Younger Dryas Period"... ! Everyone knows the Sahara was as green and lush with flora and fauna more diverse than say England is today.
benny rich
benny rich 6 aylar önce
Ermmm evidence?!?
David Lavers
David Lavers 4 gün önce
What I heard was the seven wonders were given their name because they were visible from space. Which is a little more believable because to this day some people still believe what goes up must come down. The seven wonders where given there names sometime from 1931 statue in Brazil, Aviation was already well established. Giza had Stones at the top 200 years older then the stones at the bottom and the sphinx was carved out of coral.
Sophall Voek
Sophall Voek 9 aylar önce
Angkor Wat should be on the list. The largest Hindu Monument in the world in Cambodia 🇰🇭 . AMAZING TEMPLE
PlasmaZ 8 aylar önce
Yes, in the United States we learn about Angkor Wat a lot
Robert Messam
Robert Messam 7 aylar önce
The Pryamids, when built were an example of Egyptian beauty and aesthetics, showing the world that there could be beauty aswell as genius in all things.I believe that the Egyptians were disendants of atlantis and brought with them advanced and simple techniques to help the world jump the barriers of man.
Buff Rogers
Buff Rogers 10 gün önce
The Pyramids were already there when the Egyptian empire rose up.
iZac Stein
iZac Stein 6 aylar önce
@Kardoxic Attempts to copy it have so far failed.
Monsta Mayhem
Monsta Mayhem 6 aylar önce
@Kardoxic there is no equipment available for the placement of materials that weigh as much as the largest stones used in the pyramids.
Kardoxic 6 aylar önce
@송재 We absolutely do. Turn in your degree, it's evidently worth jack shit.
송재 6 aylar önce
@Kardoxic you're talking to an archeology major I know for a complete fact we do not have the resources or skill currently to build objects as complex and mathematically accurate as the pyramids and many many other ancient structures around the world...
john a.
john a. 9 aylar önce
Correction: The Inca tribe moved in and settled onto the existing Machu Picchu city which was abandoned before their arrival. Please take note.
Norika Dolmy
Norika Dolmy 6 aylar önce
Gaara Sama
Gaara Sama 6 aylar önce
@F100 FE390 You are probably kardosh second account
scott mackeon
scott mackeon 6 aylar önce
@Canehdian McCully Mormons probably, or someone else. Maybe. What the hell do I know?
Dan Santos
Dan Santos 7 aylar önce
I think there are so many good reasons that compelled Egyptians to build the great pyramid of Giza, but I can only see the most probable major reasons. The construction of the pyramids, I believe, had solved some major problems Egyptians used to encounter and experience on a daily basis during their own time. At a distant, the pyramid serves as a landmark and reference so that the traveling Egyptians wouldn't get lost on their way back home; and that's probably the reason why the pyramid surfaces were layered with some white stuff or pigments, so that the pyramid could be more visible either with sunlight or moonlight. Secondly, they also used the pyramid as mausoleum for king and queen and their children as what most people would like to believe the primary purpose of the same. Thirdly, the pyramid was also used as a water pump. Sounds weird? Not really. How does it work? Well, since Egypt is an arid land, people need a lot of fresh water for drinking, cooking, washing and bathing as well as for irrigation. I believe ancient Egyptians are keen observers. It is not very unlikely that Egyptians had observed the cyclical occurrence of high tide in the Mediterranean and Red seas bordering their country. They eventually figured out that the cause of the said high tide was the gravitational pull of the moon. Having said that, they figured out how to simulate the moon's gravitational force to pull up the ground water in order to accelerate the production of spring water by building up a huge pyramid. Having said that, there must be a very large pool of fresh water beneath the pyramid. However, the position of the pyramid relative to the Mediterranean and Red seas has to be far enough in order to assure the quality of the spring water is virtually pure and tasteless.
Oj’s knife
Oj’s knife 6 aylar önce
I thought there was water under the pyramid called the subterranean chamber
nunya bizzness
nunya bizzness 7 aylar önce
interesting theorys but i dont see how a pyramid would accelerate the production of ground water, do you mean the weight would do so? Not to mention theres to many other things about them that i feel they were there for another more advanced reason. Why do they point to a "true north" or why are they positioned exactly in the center of earths land mass? or why do they line up with other wonders of the world with incredible accuracy? not to mention the physics of the pyramids them selves and the relations to the numbers 365, 7 & 52 etc all numbers common to our day to day lives
Hime Camelia
Hime Camelia 6 aylar önce
Only one of the ancient wonders still exist, The Pyramid of Khufu, The Lighthouse of Alexandria, The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, the Statue of Zeus, The Temple of Artemis, the Colossus of Rhodes
Glenn Olger
Glenn Olger 7 aylar önce
Loved the video! Please make explanations of the rest of the great wonders!
Gaven Knapp
Gaven Knapp 6 aylar önce
Yes the hanging gardens! Wrote a thesis in school how it was done and very interested in what the rest of the world thinks. Give ya hint though. It's the special river the hanging gardens was connected too
Steve Dowler
Steve Dowler 6 aylar önce
The picture purporting to reveal the method of building the Pyramids of Giza looks to be a rectangular ascending ramp system whereby fill material and facing stones were brought successively up to build the pyramid.
nunya bizzness
nunya bizzness 7 aylar önce
can you make a video on the alignment of the wonders of the world please? Apparently they line up with great accuracy around the globe
Toni Jeffries
Toni Jeffries 7 aylar önce
I've learned from this channel that as humans, we have the ability to create and build amazing things even without the technology and machines we have today.
Toni Jeffries
Toni Jeffries 5 aylar önce
@Cancan Jaker Who said anything about slaves, are you okay?
Cancan Jaker
Cancan Jaker 5 aylar önce
yes, we can do all that with slaves. Don't need technology and machines.
Tim Burton
Tim Burton 6 aylar önce
I'm just continually AMAZED at the bad-*ss things Our ancestors, or somebody at least created here on earth 🌏... and I have to say It's extremely hard to put them within a list of "TOP" places... so so many truly mind boggling impossible things that defy belief within our believed history as we know it or so have been told... but Thanks 🙏🏻 for sharing the information you did because we can never have to much... right wrong or indifferent 😐 it's all relevant.
lostsoul car
lostsoul car 15 gün önce
Early was " seegiriya " as a wander too, a fortress made on top of a single massive rock in srilanka, there no visible way to get to the top of the rock, and still encient srilankans made it to the top , built a fortress and even found a way to get water from below to top to make ponds....using unknown hydraulic methods...! And not only that its carved with beautiful portraits in the rock
TheDr IsZen
TheDr IsZen 6 aylar önce
We'll never stop debating how the pyramids (and similar structures) were built... by all kinds of theories (common up to supernatural/alien). But key to most ideas is due to location... mostly equatorial where climate and plate seismology was generally more stable/durable. Sadly, many questions can't be answered without taking them apart to see what's inside; believe it or not we've never really even tried. The stone blocks may last forever, but our written history is not so durable... and much has been lost over time.
Robert Peterson
Robert Peterson 9 aylar önce
Definitely love too see more videos on these wonders. Thank you.
∆rvind: 4 aylar önce
Make one on Kailasa temple, India. It's truly a wonder.
2BrothersStuff 9 aylar önce
The skyscrapers you mention are MAGNIFICENT!:)
Amin Ghaith
Amin Ghaith 7 aylar önce
Awesome video and cheers for being modest about your knowledge. but regarding the 27 years of built, how exactly do we know that?
Daz M
Daz M 22 gün önce
The seven wonders are actually; Great Pyramid of Giza, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Temple of Artemis, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, Colossus of Rhodes, and the Lighthouse of Alexandria. Google changed them!
Reality Matters
Reality Matters 6 aylar önce
I like how the kemet or Egyptians were smart enough wise enough advanced enough to use limestone and gold and mathematics beyond measure but did not come up with an idea to make work easier you mean to tell me work was extremely hard but yet you're extremely brilliant
slas4d9tcom 8 aylar önce
How were they built ? Just read the description from Imhotep: they used natural cement which was/is better than our stuff today. - It was also an ancient reactor (piezo electric effect & seizmic reactor). The scientist from Rollce Royce developed this/the system in 2019.
Nannis CV
Nannis CV 4 aylar önce
The picture you used in minute(s) 12:30-12:45 is the pyramid in Teotihuacan Mexico ( I have been there, such an amazing experience) not the pyramid of Giza
FriedGreenAliernWomerns 4 aylar önce
Have u visited Biiiiig Ole Swangin Mr Johnson??
Skywalker87 9 aylar önce
We need a part 2
Pamela Sosin
Pamela Sosin 7 aylar önce
Out of the Original seven wonders of the world, only the Pyramids are in existence today.
yourlonelystar Aylar önce
Proud peruvian 🇵🇪❤️
Txiabneeb Vaj
Txiabneeb Vaj 7 aylar önce
@Top Luxury, first and foremost, we must not impose our modern technologies and architectural skills to these ancient builders. Secondly, let us look at the strongest natural forces on earth, the water and wind. So, yes, my guess is that if there's anything, harnessing such forces would be ideal in constructing such monuments as the Inca's and the Egyptian's. As for the Great Wall in China, the many stories of how Chinese from all over were sent to help built. In the communities of my heritage, the Hmong (Miao), there are stories of loss, love, longing and mourning are still being told to this very day.
kemet for life
kemet for life 8 aylar önce
The greatest handmade wall is the great wall of Benin, 10 times wider than china walls and also an advanced civilization.
@Formigavideo 6 aylar önce
Uma boa noite para todos!
Wolfgang Staber
Wolfgang Staber 9 aylar önce
Super interesting, thx, more episodes like this would be great!
travelingmoreno84 6 aylar önce
Angkor Wat and Cambodia should be on the list as well that place is AMAZING.
Katherine Berry
Katherine Berry 6 aylar önce
Enjoyed. Yes, more, please!
Rod Fast
Rod Fast 7 aylar önce
Correction: The Egyptians moved into the Nile Valley when the pyramids were already there
el.Capo728 6 aylar önce
I’ve recently done a trip to Latin America and visited Macchu Picchu and Chichen Itza. I’ve also been to Teotihuacan . Does someone know why Chichen Itza is a world wonder but Teotihuacan isn’t? I thought it’s way more impressive…
FriedGreenAliernWomerns 4 aylar önce
oh, have you seen Biiiig Ole Swangin Mr Johnson???😎🏆
Silke Hoekstra
Silke Hoekstra 5 aylar önce
just visited Macchu Picchu last month. Absolutely insane
FriedGreenAliernWomerns 4 aylar önce
have u visited Biiiig Ole Swangin Mr Johnson?? Visitors from all around show up in awe 🌎
Thor 6 aylar önce
I love how this documentary documentary is so sure how the pyramids were built but nobody else is
Mark Blah
Mark Blah 6 aylar önce
Thank you for giving credit to the laborers and workers ....because without them these structure would not exist ........
Rydo Lamb ⁰f God
Rydo Lamb ⁰f God 3 aylar önce
I thought this would be about the ancient wonders ( colossus of Rhodes, Statue of Zeus, hanging gardens)
Max Zimum
Max Zimum 7 aylar önce
Archaeological discoveries of the oldest structures show that the further back in time we go, the more our ancestors were able to build monumental structures that we would find difficult to build today. Moreover, these monumental constructions are found on the five continents and demonstrate similarities in construction techniques. SO, CAN WE STILL SERIOUSLY CLAIM THAT PEOPLE EQUIPPED WITH COPPER SCISSORS ARE THE BUILDERS? BE SERIOUS. WE ARE NOT THE FIRST TO OCCUPY THIS LAND. THERE HAVE BEEN SEVERAL ADVANCED CIVILIZATIONS BEFORE US THAT HAVE DISAPPEARED AS WE ARE GOING TO DISAPPEAR TO MAKE PLACE FOR ANOTHER CIVILIZATION. LEARN HUMILITY.
Kenny Michael Alanya
Kenny Michael Alanya 6 aylar önce
There's a lot of history (in history books) that was for sure omitted too. There's also a fake mainstream history narrative as well. Robert R. Is researcher scholar who I'm subbed to and he explains them in his videos.
Frank Lamanna
Frank Lamanna 6 aylar önce
omg thank you for posting this video it all makes sense now!
Earth's owners manual
Earth's owners manual 7 aylar önce
The natural bridge in Virginia is also considered one of the wonders.
Shawn Tailor
Shawn Tailor 7 aylar önce
That's a natural wonder ,, different category.. these are man made thus the difference ...its all in the name really. Man made ,,,,natural ....helps to pay attention to detail .
Elicitus 9 aylar önce
It is really sad that the Spanish and Portuguese destroyed so many ancient civilization cities in south america. It would be awesome to visit all of them if they would be intact.
R S 8 aylar önce
And destroyed in the name of religion.
Thor 6 aylar önce
What about anchor Watt? That is way more impressive than a statue on a mountain
munigala venkatesh
munigala venkatesh 9 aylar önce
I know there are some boats near the pyramids those words were begin after carry 3 blocks at a time many times they sailed across the Nile river and water was thrown to make the sand to soften making it easier to drive the sled like things which carry the blocks
ThaGuerrilla 8 aylar önce
Yeah…no… watch a lecture from Robert schoch on the sphinx and the pyramids it will completely change your perspective from this one to a much better understanding that we don’t understand how they built it the sophisticated nature of the kings chambers alone shows much more highly advanced construction methods the Egyptians most likely just moved in they probably never built these structures.
Jorge Hernandez
Jorge Hernandez 9 aylar önce
of course id like to see a second part talking about the secrets of Chichen Itza!
Bobby Kramer
Bobby Kramer 2 aylar önce
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Oh my God, these bot comment chains are uncanny.
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Though, It's really difficult to find a trust worthy broker these days, I've heard alot about her expertise But haven't given her a try yet, just hope she's worth the credit's and reviews.
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Stinging Nettle
Stinging Nettle 9 aylar önce
Cool video, maybe you could do one about the Easter Island heads one day?
VorticyHP 9 aylar önce
oh wow! i finally caught a new video! here i was thinking that this video was just always around and this video had the secrets of the 7 world wonders all this time and i just hadn't seen it yet.
Velma Thompson
Velma Thompson 7 aylar önce
I love it! so many wonderful memories of Rome Greese and Turkey .
Bar4d2ock 8 aylar önce
Do one for the ancient 7 wonders
paulsiam 9 aylar önce
yes, continue! always well done!
Michael Raby
Michael Raby 9 aylar önce
The title of this video should be updated & a Part 1,2,4 or whichever they want this video to be in the series should be added. I was sitting here thinking, they can't count. That was only 4 right???
Bush. Nawaz. T
Bush. Nawaz. T 9 aylar önce
Waiting for a new skyscraper video! Love your channel!
2BrothersStuff 9 aylar önce
@Bamzull True I watched some of their videos:)
Bamzull 9 aylar önce
@2BrothersStuff B1M is better since the whole channel is to explain skyscrapers
2BrothersStuff 9 aylar önce
@Top Luxury You are the best at explaining skyscrapers
Top Luxury
Top Luxury 9 aylar önce
Seaman Ben
Seaman Ben 7 aylar önce
I don't believe the ramp theory. I personally believe that sand and loose dirt was removed down to the bedrock. Creating a pit that would allow easier building of such a temple.
Connor Taylor
Connor Taylor 7 aylar önce
The great wall of China isn't the longest thing ever built, the rabbit fence in Australia is 3,260Km long stretching from the top to the bottom of the continent.
lazyboy 888
lazyboy 888 4 aylar önce
did you just compare an ant to an elephant
Ad X
Ad X 6 aylar önce
Huge difference between a wall and a fence, just saying lol
Nontas83 6 aylar önce
πολύ ωραία βίντεο αλλα προσθέστε και ελληνικούς υπότιτλους!!
WizardFrog 6 aylar önce
For myself, I believe that the picture in 0:50 were the building plans for the pyramids. That explains the x in the middle.
Bruce Jemcek
Bruce Jemcek 7 aylar önce
The great pyramid consists of 2,400,000 bricks, each of them weighs 2 TONS. Those megelithic bricks were not dragged up ramps. Such a process would have taken 5 centuries to complete. The ancients selected the most difficult building materials because they had an efficient method of moving and lifting them. The only logical answer is LEVITATION. Levitation can be accomplished via sound waves, and a second method is electromagnetic fields. Today, we have trains that weigh hundreds of tons that FLOAT on an electromagnetic field. They are called MagLev trains. Magnetic levitation. Levitation makes any weight irrelevant. That is how we have 1200 tons blocks in place at Baalbek, Lebanon.
ncykalewicz 6 aylar önce
@Kardoxic are you trying to say that trains in japan are also satirical? O.o I feel like this is a thing..
Mark Davidson
Mark Davidson 7 aylar önce
Nah man this is only one way blocks were floated using the Nile river.
Kardoxic 7 aylar önce
@Cliff Wiley Plus they've found the primitive tools they actually used haha.
Cliff Wiley
Cliff Wiley 7 aylar önce
Too bad they have never found any tech that would have accomplished this levitation you speak of. Or any other so called high tech.
Walter White
Walter White 9 aylar önce
5:31 These stones with the nubs are found all around the world, these date back far before the Incas, the Incas moved in on the site
koltrol 9 aylar önce
I‘ve heard that before, but I couldn‘t find anything stating that this is the case. Can you therefore please tell me where you got this information from.
Michael B.
Michael B. 6 aylar önce
Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt. Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Statue of Zeus at Olympia. Temple of Artemis at Ephesus. Mausoleum at Halicarnassus. Colossus of Rhodes. Lighthouse of Alexandria. the original 7 wonders od the world...
Rafał Janicki
Rafał Janicki 9 aylar önce
Great video! Yes, please make second part :)
Top Luxury
Top Luxury 9 aylar önce
Aji Anggono
Aji Anggono 7 aylar önce
You forget to mention 1 wonderful structure in Indonesia bro.. It's Borobudur temple known as Candi Borobudur in Indonesia
FriedGreenAliernWomerns 4 aylar önce
Oh, but u should see Biiig Ole Swangin Mr Johnson! 🏆😎
Scott P.
Scott P. 7 aylar önce
I can't believe that I had never heard of that temple before reading your comment. I looked it up and it's completely INSANE!! That temple is gigantic and all the detail that went into carving the stones and making the 500+ Buddha statues is amazing!
S B 8 aylar önce
What about The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, Colossus of Rhodes, Lighthouse of Alexandria?????
Informative topics thank you
Jake Wood
Jake Wood 7 aylar önce
How do we have the information that it took 27 years to build but not have the information on how it was built?
B JAD 7 aylar önce
@Donald Gminski i guess
Donald Gminski
Donald Gminski 7 aylar önce
@JiggaJayRaider mystery sells tourism.
JiggaJayRaider 7 aylar önce
Seriously good question. If all this is written somewhere. Did they not jot down a few notes as to HOW to how to go about such a massive undertaking?
Bobby C.
Bobby C. 6 aylar önce
YES ! more... please. thank you
FriedGreenAliernWomerns 4 aylar önce
Oh, have u seen Biiig Ole Swangin Mr Johnson??🏆
Lee Bradz
Lee Bradz 6 aylar önce
I've been waiting for this to roll in 👌🏻
Jordan Robinson
Jordan Robinson 9 aylar önce
more videos on this please.
Shannon Nishimura
Shannon Nishimura 4 aylar önce
Andre the Giant is still the 8th wonder of the world
Wicaksono Sarosa
Wicaksono Sarosa 6 aylar önce
Should have been 10 (or more) wonders of the world by adding the pyramids (deserve more than just mention), Anchor Wat in Cambodia... and Borobudur in Indonesia..
gurdarshan singh
gurdarshan singh 9 aylar önce
You deserve more subscribers
aaron grant
aaron grant Aylar önce
I like how people say ancient civilizations built with technologies that were "ahead of their time", when in reality, it is more like we are behind on our time.
Matthew R. Jones
Matthew R. Jones 7 aylar önce
Uuumm that should read secrets of 3 of the 7 wonders of the world. It really grinds my gears when a tag line doesnt match what I think I’m going to see.
Death Metal Max
Death Metal Max 6 aylar önce
Here's a video with information and pictures. Is any of the information I provide educational, true, or even valid? You decide! You clicked on this link to learn, but let's hear your opinions! How do you think it all happened? Add your comment below and maybe you can become a TRshow university professor too!
Troy Qwert
Troy Qwert 4 aylar önce
I strongly believe there was a civilization on earth before. Nothing could withstand the time but the pyramids. I'd love to se your videos on the remainder of the wonders. Thank you!
FriedGreenAliernWomerns 4 aylar önce
Have u seen Biiiig Ole Swangin Mr Johnson??? 8th wonder 🌎
Sarah Fibiger
Sarah Fibiger 6 aylar önce
is there a part 2?
Shaurya 9 aylar önce
Bro didn't even do the seven wonders 🤧
Vanra View
Vanra View 9 aylar önce
Yes I would really like another such fantastic video...
chris trap
chris trap 7 aylar önce
What about the magnificent acropolis of Athens? It's the perfect construction with the perfect measures
Yonatan Kefle
Yonatan Kefle 6 aylar önce
Lalibela, Ethiopia (ላሊበላ) - Tour of the Incredible Rock Churches!
Yelen Birds
Yelen Birds 7 aylar önce
Anand Upadhyayula
Anand Upadhyayula 9 aylar önce
Make a Video on the Gigantic and Marvelous Temples of India. Brihadeeswara Temple, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Khajuraho and the list is endless.
FriedGreenAliernWomerns 4 aylar önce
You should see Big Ole Swangin Mr Johnson! 🏆😎
MTK 9 aylar önce
@D. Bhattacharjee people like you are of course not interested in our stuff
D. Bhattacharjee
D. Bhattacharjee 9 aylar önce
Honestly Not at all interested in all Such stuffs
Zohaib Ysrān
Zohaib Ysrān 9 aylar önce
Taj Mahal - the Incredible legacy of the Mughal Empire! ❤️
MrSeedkey 7 aylar önce
@Pavan Yandigeri lol your hatred is showing, the fact is Taj Mahal is the only building foreigners think of when they think of India and only place they want to visit
Zohaib Ysrān
Zohaib Ysrān 7 aylar önce
@Shane Reid pagans live nearby
Pavan Yandigeri
Pavan Yandigeri 8 aylar önce
I wonder how even this Building got a place among 7 wonders. India has far good wonders than this Overrated Taj Mahal.
Shane Reid
Shane Reid 8 aylar önce
Pretty but the stench is horrid.
Bob Hooker
Bob Hooker 7 aylar önce
These are not the 7 wonders, only the Pyramids of the original 7 wonders exist. There are 7 wonders, not the 7 wonders
Royston Boodoo
Royston Boodoo 5 aylar önce
🔥 Luca7x 🔥
🔥 Luca7x 🔥 6 aylar önce
Machu Pitchu was a waterside city.
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