> And... off you go again with your unattested
> unique BS fantasy.
> The two largest cold water geysers in the world
> Crystal Geyer Utah previously video linked and
> shown in Thanos photo and
> r]Andernach Geyser - Germany[/url] are both
> artificial geysers. Resulting from in the former
> oil drilling and latter, actually noticing bubbles
> on Rhine and drilling for the Co2 for carbonated
> drinks to a massive depth of 345metres.
> They work relatively spectacularly compared to
> natural geyser because it is a small diameter bore
> hole directly vertical. No natural winding of
> irregular fissures in rock.
Should I take this to mean you'd like to hear all the lines in the PT that say how to maximize water flow?
> There is insufficient work room left on tier one
> to even run 4 strands of ropes pulling approx. 2.5
> ton counterweights let alone space to store a
> massive supply of water to lift stones some
> requiring up to 5 separate lifts of 2.5 to 3 time
> the volume of stone with water thats 12.5 to 15
> cubic metres of water for every cubic metre of
> stone to the top and that's just the little
> blocks! try 10 ton blocks.
There's 100 times more room on the step tops as any ramping system that has been proposed and less need for any room at all.
> Waiting..... waiting .....waiting....... for
> enough co2 to build up to get a spurt every 8
> hours or so!
This isn't how natural geysers work. The water has plenty of CO2 dissolved in it before it gets close to atmospheric pressure so it can erupt. The water could have traveled for quite a long way before it reached Giza and then came up through the caves below.
> Note there is no evidence of a creek or wadi
> running from the North side of G1 to lower
> elevation. NONE !
> NO EVIDENCE.
This simply isn't true. The fact is there is a water eroded canal that leads from the pavement to the cliff face that Petrie called the NNE Trench and hid in a 92 word sentence. The builders called this the "knsti-canal" which meant "deserts edge canal" which was part of the "winding watercourse" and led to the "Marsh of Offerings".
> Such would have been an obvious source to J A West
> and R M Schoch when assessing water damage on
> Sphinx. They had to blame rain because no evidence
> of any other water flowing down exists.
We all see what we expect. Petrie used an exclamation mark in his sentence.
> The water table even at time of pyramid
> construction was so low it allowed builder to dig
> 100 feet under G1 to produce the Subterranean
> Chamber. However it is evidenced 146 feet lower
> than G1 base and likely fed by Nile basin.
We don't know where the water table was in 2750 BC. I'd guess it was at about -80' from the pavement on the north side.