> You mean they have a theory about how all pyramids
> had mortuary temples so G1 had one too? That is
> what theories do
Egyptologists are blind to the differences between real pyramids and the tiny little piles of rubble with mortuary temples. They understand the PT only in terms of later language and later belief. They can't entertain the possibility that something even bigger than the great pyramids changed because Egyptology is the science of studying changeless stinky footed bumpkins who dragged tombs up ramps.
> No they ain't you pointed to a ditch
> If by a miracle the infra
> shows anything that supports you ideas that would
> still mean everything else you made up is STILL
And you still can't understand metaphysics or its nature.
> In that
> world you are a great scientist....but you
There have been very few observational scientists in the last 4,000 years. There is only me with two distinct metaphysics.
There have also been very few metaphysicians in the last 4000 years.
I'm not a very good scientist of any stripe at all, though. I'm not too awful as a nexialist though and I have a knack for deconstruction and reverse engineering.
> ...because they built the pyramid for religious
> reasons - but why are asking this you already know
> this. You've had this same conversation hundreds
> of times with me and others.
Just keep repeating this and "they mustta used ramps" and surely it will come true.
> Evidence for ramps ecist and you are ranting again
Then how come ramps have been debunked?
> Okay lets see your hydrology calculation that show
> that x amount of water will flow down said ditch
> in y time.
It's significantly overbuilt to deliver about 18 tons of water every fifteen minutes. This allowed them to also transport air down it on windless days.
> I would also remind you that for many years you
> belittled and attacked science and Egyptology.
I've never attacked science! I often attack peoples' misconceptions about it. Even some of the greatest scientist have or had some strange ideas about how or why it works or what the results mean. Indeed, there will be some wholesale changes going forward.
> Yep you seem to think it was something easy to do
> and everyone could do it so what ancient cultures
> did so?
Inventing, building, operating, and maintaining funiculars was not easy. It required 40,000 years of science.
> not one sheet of written research, a website or in
> a pdf to support anything you say.
I'm very sad I wrote an abstract just for you and you missed it.