Stonehenge was based on a 'magical' auditory illusion | Share Some Love Today | Scoop.it

The idea of a couple of pipers standing in the middle of a field while maidens dance around them is kinda compelling - but then to have someone start mapping out where the audio signals cancel themselves out and decide to then replicate the audio signal in Stone...well - that might be a bit of s stretch...

 

The layout of Stonehenge matches the spacing of loud and quiet sounds created by acoustic interference, new theory claims...


Via Swing To Win, Andrew McCluskey