> That a culture would likely not bother with weird
> shaped boats of water and stone if they possessed
> the technology to drill a bore at least 146 feet
> directly down in a small diameter bore hole and
> had the surveying equipment to locate a huge
> reserve of gas deep underground.
You're just making up numbers.
And you don't understand the theory. I never suggested these people were clairvoyant or possessed alien technology that we can't envision or understand. They had a very simple science that generated a lot of understanding and that understanding could be used to invent simple machines and processes.
There was no "gas under the ground". There was heavily carbonated water under the ground that was everywhere seeping, spurting, and bubbling to the surface. They found that by plugging most of the outlets with a mixture of straw and clay and digging down in the remaining places that they could localize and maximize water flow. They learned that preventing backflow resulted in near constant eruptions.
This stuff isn't complicated. If it were I'd have never solved it with my simple scientific understanding and the ancients would never have discovered it with theirs. It is all very simple and based on observational science. Theirs on 40,000 years of accumulated knowledge and mine on modern scientific metaphysics.
> There is a lot more debunking left of your more
> recent silly statements. They are actually just
> baseless assertions without supporting evidence or
> calculations of pure number based claims.
If you think you can debunk anything then please have a go at it.
In the meantime ramps are debunked and it's been proven beyond doubt that there exists an easier and better evidenced means of building pyramids than ramps; they pulled the stones straight up the sides of five step pyramids.
> Chill eventually everyone will just ignore you and
> stinky fantasies ... all over again!
How will I be able to tell the difference if Egyptologists start ignoring me and all of the evidence and logic? ;)