Don't get me wrong; I don't mean they're a little wrong but rather they are wrong on a biblical scale. They couldn't be more wrong. All of their assumptions are wrong.
Believe it or not all the alts think they are wrong about one thing or the other and some think they are wrong about both. I think they are wrong about the very nature of the ancient culture. No matter who built the pyramids, when, or why the act is the people of the era to which the pyramid is ascribed were not stinky footed bumpkins. They were not superstitious the way we are and Egyptologists are.
Everytime you use an Egyptologixcal source to show me I'm wrong, I just don't care. I need facts and evidence to see I'm wrong rather than assumptions and superstitions. The funny thing about people's assumptions is that they always become a part of their conclusions and in mny cases once they've got their conclusions they can no longer be affected by reason and evidence. You might say their minds are made up so facts are just confusing for them. It's easier to not notice vaterite n the walls when you already know they used ramps. Or you might say once you know they used ramps then vaterite in the walls just doesn't register.
And this is where we're at right now. You can't imagine that people don't agree with you because you've stated your beliefs so eloquently and even included pictures for proof. You assume we must be stupid because we can't see what you see.
This is your failing. Perhaps you could understand if you walked a mile in my shoes. There'd still be four stinky feet afterward but maybe you'd count them differently than before.
Good luck convincing everybody but I think the only ones you're going to convince are those already convinced. The rest of us still aren't going to agree until you have actual facts and logic... ...and, who knows, maybe not even then. You certainly don't seem to be able to embrace facts and logic so maybe I'll do as poorly if you ever find any.