> Stop lying.
> You are one of the only supporters of Cladking's Geyser Theory.
> If you disagree with the above statement, just say so.
I've already said so, several times, over the past few months. Please cite where I've said that I believed geysers were how water was raised. I've only stated that it was a possiblity along with other possibliities that I have yet to subscribe to, such as Houdin's spiral ramps, thousands of men hauling blocks of stone up huge construction ramps, aliens, etc. But leaving something open as a possibliity is not the same as embracing it as the only, or the most likely, or even my preferred.
> "I've seen a few cite Houdin as a possible
> explanation, but I actually haven't seen much
> promoting of any Cecil B. DeMille ramps in recent
> years. It may have been silently put to pasture.
> Long live ramps. Either way, step or core tower,
> your cold water geyser can apply."
How disingenuous of you to take that comment out of context. As anyone can plainly see here, I was commenting on cladking's previous comment, and in my very next statement, I challenged him about geysers!...
- "But in that case, how did the outer skin and casings get applied?""?
Cladking is certainly free to apply his geyser hypothesis wherever he wants to, but it leaves unanswered some important considerations regarding how those stone mountains were built.
Meanwhle, If you interpret my comment to mean that Origyptian believes it was achieved by geysers, then we're done here.
If you think accepting something as a "possibililty" that "can apply" means it's the preferred or only way it could have been achieved, then we're done here.
If you continue to ask me questions that I've already answered several times -- some being a direct reply to you -- then we're done here.
In other words, it seems that we're done here.
Move on barbelo..
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28-May-18 04:46 by Origyptian.