> This point was discussed here long ago but I will
> address it again here for your benefit. At the
> time Vyse drew that particular script (gang name)
> on the centre of his page of his private notes,
> there was no writing below it . . .
Oh, really? You were looking over his shoulder at the time?
And this is not what you wrote in your document “The Great Pyramid Hoax: An analysis of the private journal entries made by Col. Howard Vyse on 14-17th June, 1837 at the Great Pyramid of Giza” (filename Vyse-Journal-Entry-Sequence.pdf). There you got round to accepting what I had proposed (to your vehement denials), that Vyse had (obviously) squeezed the sketch into the space between already existing paragraphs.
As for your silly book, I find page after page of fantasy on the proposed (by you) editing sequence, but nothing very clear on the point in question.
What we find in the book is his representing as the journal entry of June 16 1837 a set of sketches which is not (and every member of which is not) a journal entry at all.
Same goes for the preceding book. As far as I can tell (and bear in mind that my eyes glaze over when I look at this tedious stuff), he has dodged the question and the problem entirely. Odd, when it’s a key part of his argument.
The document (PDF) noted above was presumably of some importance to him when he posted these:
You will find that the document (in either format) is no longer there. You may also notice that his site is back online, sort of:
On closer inspection, you may notice some oddities. Perhaps he should look into it.
The PDF may be had here:
Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 09-Nov-17 12:47 by Martin Stower.