> Origyptian Wrote:
> > R Avry Wilson Wrote:
> > > Scholar Twit Femano wrote:
> > > > But go ahead and
> > > > conveniently ignore all those other
> > > >
> > >
> contradictions and omissions.
> > > >
> > > > Then perhaps you can explain how he can depart
> > > > from Tura and head to Akhet-Khufu on one day, and
> > > > then on the very next day, depart from Tura on his
> > > > way to Akhet-Khufu again.
> > >
> > > Because he just didn't write it down.
> > Didn't write what down?
> Doctor 'LowIQ' in action, for in the next two
> sentences you point it out yourself. A fact you've
> also pointed out before. YOU are the one
> questioning the missing record, and are making
> ludicrous conclusions, like, 'my god, how is this
> possible?!?' We are afraid of what your
> explanation might be: If it was so impossible,
> then what circumstance is required to make it seem
> possible, according to you? Alien beam transport?
> An SUV, maybe? And if those are too out there even
> for you, maybe the record was forged, and the
> forger made a mistake in the timeline? Why stop at
> 'How is this possible?!?' and actually try to
> reason out what the answer might be.
> Maybe you should try to check the distance from
> Tura to Giza. Check how long it would take to sail
> down the Nile. Maybe he rode back on a camel by
> land. It is not impossible, Philip, to get from
> the drop off back to Tura by the afternoon. NOTE:
> He was NOT a vessel captain, he was an overseer,
> i.e. not confined to sticking with one vessel, or
> any vessel. Simply, use common sense. But that's
> beyond you.
> > He clearly wrote
> > down that he went from Tura to Akhet-Khufu on 2
> > consecutive days. Are you now saying that he went
> > all the way from Tura downstream to Akhet-Khufu
> > and was able to make it upstream all the way back
> > to Tura in one day but forgot to record the return
> > trip?
> Yes. Why would/should he record every detail?
> > And you think he might have forgotten to write
> > down that more farfetched trip, but yet it's
> > impossible that he forgot to write down that he
> > simply went back to Ro-She Khufu to unload the
> > stones after spending the night at Akhet-Khufu?
> > Nice scholarly double standard you have there.
> Nope. You are confused.
> > > Know what else is not recorded?
> > > What side he parted his hair on.
> > So now you believe that neglecting to report the
> > parting of his hair is on par with forgetting to
> > report that he's bringing a high tech, top of the
> > line cargo ship to help build the king's royal
> > tomb which is the greatest achievement in all of
> > mankind and absolutely must be completed before
> > the king's death?
> Yes. It is on par. It is an example. The brevity
> of a self-evident omission is not in question.
> Once again, you equate the wrong equation.
> > Thanks for the lesson on what you believe it takes
> > to be a scholar.
> You are welcome. But I doubt you can apply the
> lesson. Alas.
> > > Also, when did he eat, drink?
> > > My dear lord, he must have never eaten nor drank
> > > because it's not in there. Nothing about the
> > > peoples' specific duties loading stone. What ought
> > > we conclude? AHHA! Merer worked alone and
> > > levitated it on board. What about his age? Was he
> > > 12, 85, what? Ooo, the seriuos implications of it
> > > all. Was rhe craft he used a canoe or a 150ft
> > > freighter? This could seriously challenge the
> > > stone carry capacity: a bag of pebbles or 100 ton
> > > raw chunk to be cut up at the worksite?
> > >
> > > Crikey.
> > >
> > > I could do this 'ommission' thing all week. No
> > > need though, as this sort of track invented by you
> > > is utterly ridiculous, as anyone can plainly see.
> > >
> > > A 'Doctor' I wouldn't dare accept a diagnosis
> > > from; an art expert I wouldn't dare have calculate
> > > the re-entry of a kite; a barking 'hieroglyph'
> > > expert kept far away from teaching children 'the
> > > dog ran down the road'; a 'translator' who
> > > translates translations of translations who should
> > > be wearing a Dr Hector mask on an Egyptian tour; a
> > > Scottish priest who should disband his flock
> > > before a suicide pact delivers them to eternal
> > > grace in the Akhet.
> > >
> > > Did I omit anything?
> > >
> > >
> > > Probably ... but maybe a timely algorithmic chart
> > > can figue it out. May Ra bless us with such divinity.
> > I'm going to just let that stand the way it is for
> > all to see.
> With your comments included, absolutely. Thanks.
Yes, very scholarly indeed.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?