> Not to mention the eruptions last only a few
> minutes and the pressure is waxing and waning the
> entire time.
> 2.4 million core blocks utilizing a geyser that
> erupts for a few minutes once every 8hrs.
> No matter how many funiculars were used there is
> no geyser on earth that could be manipulated in
> such a way to raise a 2.5 ton stone 81ft at all
> let alone in a few minutes, . Which says nothing
> beyond the 81ft which is impossible any which way.
> Cladking's geyer nonsense was DOA and if it even
> needed to be has been thoroughly debunked
> on every level imaginable. If he were an honest
> person he would stop trying to push this nonsense
> all over the internet.
The irony is that the Pyramid Texts directly addresses all of these issues. I'll be happy to expound on this iff anyone is interested.
The first thing they learned about they geysers was that digging down increased water flow. The second thing they learned was not to allow anything at all to go down the well. This included the spent water because this water would dilute the water in the "abyss" and prevent eruptions until CO2 levels returned to normal. The next thing they learned was to take the water away from sitting around the well because it permeate right through the stone and dilute the waters in the "abyss".
Look at your picture and count the errors like an ancient Egyptian would. An ancient Egyptian needed this water and would not allow it to erupt only a few minutes per day.
This is Africa and it was the biggest geyser field ever on the planet. It extended from Giza to Meidum where all the great pyramids exist. Why wouldn't they be able to keep a near continuous eruption. Africa is home to all five carbonated lakes in the world including the largest Lake Kivu which was within the Nile Drainage Basin in very recent geological time. There are warm springs today only ten or fifteen miles away. This is virtually sitting on the most active transform plate boundary in the world and most of the course of the Nile lies on the Great African Rift which is pulling apart at a remarkable speed and accelerating.