Modern humans don't think this way. Most of us can't even imagine a metaphysical language based on natural logic like all animal languages. I don't fully understand it either just like no one fully understands the "laws" of nature. But I can describe the properties of the science and how it can be applied to the mundane. I can model the thinking well enough to understand author intent in the writing. It's easy enough to just say I'm wrong and I may well be, but the fact remains that all the physical evidence and logic supports my modelling. These people were animal scientists who used natural processes to lift stones straight up the sides of five step pyramids one step at a time. Egyptology is wrong on every single count. There were no stinky feet, no changelessness, no ramps, and no tombs. These are the complex constructs moreso than the pyramid that merely employed numerous sets of simple rules anyone might understand. Each man had a function and room to perform it. He had adequate supplies, support, and a comfortable place to sleep. Most processes were duplicated so if one went down due to accident then work could continue until it was repaired.
We should think of pyramid building chiefly as stone lifting on an industrial scale and this industry was powered not by any stinking feet but by water.
There was no complexity in pyramid building or they couldn't have done it. Ben Carson is a brain surgeon who credits his good hands for his success. The people who worked on Apollo XI didn't each understand rocket science. Indeed no human is capable of calculating the trajectories and most rocket scientists don't have the expertise to program a computer to do it. Yet Dr Carson is one of the finest brain surgeons and we went to the moon.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09-Mar-17 19:33 by cladking.