> Did it ever occur to you to read and try to
Did it ever occur to you to write, diagram and map this insane mess of bovine excrement you call a "plan".
You failed to response to my query-repeated again'
""Telling whoppers again huh Sam - you've never answered this question by putting it on a map. Never. Stop lying.If you have linked to it. Oh, you won't - telling whoppers again.""
I see you didn't link to it so that means you were lying, tsk tsk.
> > No it doesn't - why don't you link to what
> Petrie actually said? You refuse? Why is that?
> Fifty times I've donme this and fifty times you
> snipped and ignored it. Obviously I'm not doing
> it for you.
On so you still have the link I provided to you - good one. Now explain how a 3.6 inch drainage device would work with the 100,000 gallon 'water collection device' with (what was it a 10, 20 or 30 foot wall around the pyramid)- how does your imaginary funicular leap that and how do the poor soggy Egyptians built a pyramid inside a pool?
> Yet in the very next post you suggest the stones
> flew down the cliff face.
> You just want to confuse things.
That is why you need to put your plan on a map - your refusal to do so clearly indicated you know it won't work.
> No. it is very near the edge of the quarry and a
> little downhill.
Why would it be there that is the quarry for G2? Got any evidence it was there? Nope? Pssst that quarry was for G2 - if it wasn't what were the quarries to the east of G1 for?? Do a volume calculation not enough volume for G1 and G2.
> > Really so how big does a sail have to be to move
> > up a steep cliff face a 'boat' that weighs how
> > much?
> It's easy to compute.
> It required only about 1000 lbs of force.
Really 1000lbs of force to lift a wood contain built to contain 16 tons of water up a steep cliff 45 meters?
> Of course it depends on wind speed so on days with
> light wind they used teams of men to reset them.
So they just dragged thing huh.
> They didn't work at all on calm days during
> temperature inversions.
> > So it ran up hill huh? Did they have
> > anti-gravity?
> I know you can't look up the word "metaphysics"
> but maybe you can use a dictionary to look up
Abstract theory with no basis in reality Check ! LOL
> > You think the AE were complete idiots - to put
> > into a funicular that - stops how? Have you
> > thought of that? No of course not. The
> > drops, hits the ground and stops - what happens
> > the other end Sam?
> The funicular "flew up and alit".
And flew out and died in agony
> 494a. bring this (boat) to N. Which boat shall I
> bring to thee, O N.?
> 494b. Bring to N. that which flies up and
There's this thing called 'physics' you might want to read about it
> They didn't say the boat flies up and slams into
> the pyramid. It alights like a bird and they
> describe this a few times.
Oh I see so if they say it it happened.......right their magical voices changed physics............chuckle
> The bigger danger was falling out;
> > You've given enough clues for only two
> > funiculars:
> I'm amazed you noticed. I actually thought you
> had no reading comprehension at all.
I don't believe the stuff you make up which has basis in reality. Which is pretty much your entire presentation
Here is all the stuff you avoided answering: repeated again
A few I already mentioned above
"western cliff face" - you wanna show us this cliff face Cladking on the map?
Crazy. Cladking you telling me they ran this funicular over the core stones with no supports? You might want to read a basic book of engineering over soft limestone just out of the ground huh? Lets see the diagram.
> west side counterweight lifted the stones that
> came from the masons shop on the east side. A
> rope was simply strung across the top and
> connected to the stones on the bottom of the east
> There also appear to be two secondary
> counterweights that operated on the north side. I
> believe they were each about 180' from the N/ S
> center line. I believe the western one was
> principally used as an elevator to lift men and
> material but was used to pull a few stones from
> the quarry to be lifted by the main counterweight
> i n the center of the south side.
You think the AE were complete idiots - to put men into a funicular that - stops how? Have you thought of that? No of course not. The funicular drops, hits the ground and stops - what happens at the other end Sam?
> secondary was a back-up for the western but pulled
> a lot of stone from the quarry and some to the
What is all this nonsense based on Cladking?
> If you think about this these are all redundant
> systems as we would use in a factory today. If
> one broke down or had to undergo maintenance the
> others could pick up the slack.
You mean you made up all this crap that makes no sense?
> Most of this equipment had names listed in the
> Pyramid Texts.
Names you made up out of words you don't know the actual meaning of.
> All these vertical lines were caused by
> funiculars. The shorter ones were used only
Delusion. I say they weren't - provide your proof they were. Line them up with your imaginary funiculars - why haven't you done that. Do all these lines lines up - show your proof.
See the problem Sam? Big drop to the north little to no drop tot he south west - so how does it work?
How do the two funicular tracks cross each other?
So the red funicular might have worked if it ran much farther south but it delivers stones to where Cladking? Show us how far a 120 drop at the north end will move the stones from behind the sphinx to where? Hint hint hint they will move 120 feet. Where is that?
The pink one doesn't work at all. The west south ones cannot work either.
What happens when a 16 ton ton funicular after jumping over the water collection device wall and getting back to the ground- submerged then runins into the 51 degree of slope? How does it just go up there without ramp?
How does that work?
Now show us how Khafre funiculars didn't work too, chuckle.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 02-May-19 14:41 by Hanslune.