> I sriously doubt you will say, 'ah, C14, ok then,
> I now accept the boat and pit are from the mid-3rd
> millennium BCE, that the cartouche was sealed
> inside and unavailable to Vyse to plant
> fraudulently, and that therefore the relieving
> chamber markings are legitimate, and the Giza
> pyramids were built by the ancient Egyptians of
> that timeframe'.
The cartouche was not sealed inside the boat pit. The boat pit cartouche does not give validity to Vyses.
There were already other cartouches found for Vyse to copy from. A point you ignore.
> > > No matter what evidence is given to you,
> > you
> > > always leapfrog around it.
There is no absolutely no evidence to say this Khufu thing built G1. Egyptology tries to use Vyse's cartouche as proof because they have nothing else.
> > All I did was ask a
> > question about methodology that no one seems to
> > able to answer.
> It was answered, then you say it hasn't been
> answered. Trolling.
Not accepting yours or anyone else's answer is not an indication of trolling.
However throwing unnecessary insults IS an indication.
Your answer is not good enough for me. I am not trolling.
> > > We could show you the pictures of the Khufu
> > > cartouche, and still you'll argue its
> > > authenticity, or some other ramble-bamble ...
> > just
> > > as long as you don't have to admit the Giza
> > > pyramids were built by the ancient Egyptians
> > > the Old Kingdom.
Just as long as there is no evidence to support the assumption.
> So you're saying saying no matter what evidence is
> given, you will not change your 'view' (whatever
> it is).
You give no evidence. The objective is not to change another's "view". The objective is to discuss the evidence and assumptions. If you are trying to change someone's mind here, you are operating from an egotistical premise and are not interested in discussing, only interested in converting or browbeating.
> As for the bigger picture, you really think the few people in
> your 'court' actively participating in this thread
> or on this board are actually relevant to my
> continuing studies?