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what the ancients knew - india
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DEsgDXmVJs

edit: as i watch this: there is jewel after jewel for the permie:)
 
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Um, I clicked on that link and got a news tape about Ebola virus in Liberia.
 
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i did too and im not sure why, i will try to fix that real quick

fingers crossed, fixed link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMXXILYpGaQ
 
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Awesome video, thanks for the link.

One little thing tidbit though - if this video was made after 2004 then the 75 foot tall sundial they show toward the beginning isn't the largest sundial in the world. There might be bigger yet, but I know for sure that the Sundial Bridge in Redding, CA is 217 foot tall. I have to say it's pretty dang cool to see, let alone walk across - it's a walking bridge across the Sacramento River that's planked with glass strategically designed to be a sundial.
 
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