We can go on analyzing and creating the hypotheses explaining unknown, complex, labor consuming technological processes, which might seem impossible to be realized by future, past and present day Man. Sometimes these processes have been ascribed to other galaxies' civilizations or black magic. The solutions might have been realized with the help of Elastic Engenering:.
Technological processes of delivering icebergs to the point of destination by means of tore technologies: cutting, self-packaging (self crating etc.), supply to the shore, connection and attachment to the sucking equipment, pump over.
Transport and loading/dumping means in the remote past. It's quite probable that the elements of Egyptian pyramids have been moved with Tore Technologies methods. Cylindrical toroidal shells with 2 meters diameter and 6 meters length could be made of pelage. In order to move the objects weighting up to 1500 tons and having the dimensions of 10m x 10m x 10m it was necessary to create the pressure in the shell in the range of 0,1-0,2 Kg/cm2. The system, which allowed to create the compressed atmosphere and keep the requested pressure (the pelage shell could lack impermeability) was the lungs of people who inflated the shell through hoses. Hollow esophagus and guts of the animals were used as the collector. The volume of blown in air and the speed depended on the number of people involved.
Conical toroidal shells were probably used for loading/dumping in construction works.
The methods used for moving the objects were not described in the media of that time because they seemed to be quite common. Obviously the remains of these technical means were not preserved…