>And regarding the "wheel", they had the potters wheel but not a pulley and wheeled vehicle? And it took them 1000 years to evolve that potters wheel from being hand >driven to being foot driven? No inscription or painting of any pulleys or wheeled vehicles?
The fact that no inscriptions show a pulley, or anything for that matter, is only the lack of a wall drawing depicting it. I have seen no drawings of a ancient society either. This does not mean, that the Giza Pyramids were not built 12, 000 years ago. For all I know, they were. I am only looking at a build site, irregardless of the build date. I will leave that portion up to you and others to solve. In saying that, you have added much to revealing how a Funicular was used in the build.
If Cladking mixes in ancient readings, I am fine with that, Though, I have no skill in that regard, and feel the Pyramid construction can be told in English, using engineering principles. It's Science. For me, I wanted to learn Sketch. and building the Pyramids were of interest to me since my early 20's.
Audrey is someone taking her time to question the scenario. That is good, the scenario needs individuals who will take their time to comment. Many objections can be overcome by having a better understanding of engineering principals. My drawings are to size, meaning that when you see an item in my drawings, they have been rigorously scrutinized and held to engineering principals. The Funicular boats were sized to the weight. Understanding that the Causeway are incline Plains, and how that effects the pull, is lost on most people. The Boat's back ends can be extended to suite the amount of buoyancy. Plus, sized to offset their weight with water. At this juncture, maybe a Google search concerning "simple machines" is in order.
A Funicular system, is the only scenario that can move that many stone in 20 -25 years. It's basically a conveyor belt. You only need water at the top of the Causeway, to pull stones up the face of the Pyramid (Khafrey) and onto. The Causeway is 1700 ft. and the Pyramid face presently shown in my build scenarios, is 125 ft. The system is in balance, and so adding a gallon on water on one side, could in theory, start the system running again. Men with ropes tied to a vessel, walking down the Causeway could and easily control the distance and rate of travel. Equilibrium. 17 boats on one side with stone, and ? 17-18 boats filled with water on the other side moves stones.
In this wall drawing, the women are making slings, and included is a boat carrying stones. I see no wheels. Also, we have been educated that a pulley requires a center axle. All the benefits (less friction) contained in that design, can be achieved by simply placing a rope over a tree limb. You pull on one end and the other end pulls something up. A 1 to 1 ratio. If you now anchor one end of that rope, and place the center section of the rope, loop over the limb and wrapped around ( say to antlers of a deer) you will quickly discover by pulling on the other end of the rope, you now have a 2 to 1 lift ratio. The deer is half the weight. I do not see that in any drawings, though likely in use, more than 12,000 years ago. That kind of technology, would be handed down from Father to Sons, throughout history. I cannot see any usage in the Funicular section, though at the face of the Pyramid, I can see how to use it (over and over) to lift stones with half the amount of effort, while traveling upward at twice the rate.