> Well, I suggest you dismiss any notion that
> holding a PhD is of any value, other than the
> recipent has demonstated a pausible possible
> solution to an neverendry* ending problemo!
> Holding a PhD in ... for example.... the periodic
> cyclic anti proton and proton cycles (as it may
> apply to advance in magnetic hyper diagnosis)...
> qualifies NOTHING!, in relation to another remote
> and unconnected discipline.
Well a PhD holds more than I do, in many ways. If it qualifies you to design MRI machines that save lives, for example, I appreciate that PhD. Ori calls it a 'higher standard of proof'. I use words from my vocabulary. I'm not sore at anyone who has a broader vocabulary than I do. He's just wording it different than me. Nothing wrong with that, I don't take it personally.
> You hold the same status with other .. wannabee
I don't give a hang about status, I have none. I hold my own status and opinion. I don't want to be an Egyptologist because of the garbage they have to learn. I'd rather look at the whole picture instead of their narrow piece of it.
> But that thought (you bought!!!???) came from
> numbnuts on the interwebbys!
I don't know who you're calling names. I didn't buy anything, I looked it up, read a lot, and came to my own conclusion. I rarely accept what someone says at face value. I have to see it for myself.
> Or .. have you got better proof?
Proof of what! Of the cartouche being fake? If I had what I thought was absolute proof, I would have given it.
Are you going to tell us where you heard Mamoun found the chamber? I want to look into it.