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|The figures on Easter Island were determined to be designed before it was determined how they were designed and how they were moved to their final position. The figures on the Nasca Plain were determined to be designed before it was determined how they were configured. Stonehenge was determined to be designed before it was determined how it was constructed.|
I would point out that constellations, planetary movements, the apparition of comets, wind, weather, lightning, volcanoes, earthquakes, gemstones, disease, the flooding of the Nile, and fairy rings were also "determined" to be designed.
What distinguishes the successful determinations you mention with the less than successful counterexamples?
You never step on the same tard twice—for it's not the same tard and you're not the same person.