And Oh How They Danced


There is a field of study known as archeoacoustics that tries to look at history through sound. As you can imagine, it’s pretty limited. But one thing these guys have managed to figure out is that some of the rocks used to build Stonehenge were “ringing rocks,” stones that are known for producing loud, clangy noises. Was the whole thing just one big instrument? They make an interesting case.

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