Your own words betray your claim of
> rationality, unless you have definitive proof that
> there were no geysers. Othewise, geysers remain a
> possiblity, regardless how remote that possibility
> may seem.
> There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever of cold
> water geysers being discovered on the Giza
> But with your fantasy brain in overdrive, now
> anything is a possibility, no matter how remote.
> Let's add in some remote possibilities for
> building the pyramids which you can mull over
> along with geysers.
> What about the remote but possible idea of
> hundreds of desert rats powering treadmills?
> What about the remote but possible idea of super
> large kites made of papyrus?
> What about the remote but possible idea of nuclear
> powered wands?
> And you wonder why I use the term "crackpot."
Respectfully to all those experts who put their blood and sweat into thier investigations over the centuries, I have no doubt that they did their best to try to make sense out of all those ruins and artifacts based on their limited knowledge of materials science and engineering, but for them to claim those strucutures must have been built out of a funerary motive, to fabricate without any evidence other than unfounded ancient Greek hearsay that huge construction inclines that themselves required 10 years to build and were made of 2x the mass of the pyramid itself so that thousands of men could use ropes to haul megaliths up to the pyramid, that such magnificantly complex structures as the GG, AP, RCs, etc were simply designed to be a passage to host a royal funerary procession may have been their best shot, but by today's standards is, frankly, what some people might call crackpot, ie, eccentric or impractical.
To already demand definitive evidence as any sort of "proof" while a hypothesis is still in its initial formation which is clearly stated as being tenttive and under development as it explores different scientific principles as possibilities while you go off insisting that it's a "definitively certain fact" that those stone pyramids were built by late stone agers in 3rd millennium BC Dynastic Egypt knowing full well that you and your mainstream experts have yet to find any shred of evidence of the tools and methods that can account for such structures only reveals your flaming double standard and lack of any modicum of evidence or logic to support such grant notions as you, yourself, demand must be supported by definitive physical evidence that clearly does not exist.
During your years here, you haven't learned a blessed thing about the scientific method. Rather, you continue to disregard modern standards of scientific thought and logic and isntead felt the need to simply change your handle, perhaps because your posts under your earlier handle didn't work out so well, as if changing your name will change the strength of the baseless arguments behind those tenuous tenets that clearly have begin to suffocate under their own weight.
I no longer have any interest in trying to make you understand of the difference between fact and possibility, or between theory and hypothesis, or between modern science and engineering that's attempting to make some real sense out of the physical evidence by developing new WIP hypotheses based on real physical evidence and logic that you seem so eager to ignore vs.our aged and rusty legacy of untold thousands of investigators, most of whom have no training in scientific principles but rather who relied on their presumptions about religion, language, art, and culture over many centuries only to lead us into this deadend mess that, not surprisingly, makes little to no sense at all. What they left us are a long series of dogmatic claims based on the scantest of evidence, twisted logic, and loaded with ignored contradiction, all of which simply reveals their lack of understanding of, or in many cases any interest in, the most basic principels of science, engineering, and logic.
I don't debate with ideologues who think they can argue from an unscientific perspective. I appreciate your right to believe whatever you want. But do not for one second try to pawn that off as a scientific approach that's been proven with physical evidence or a modicum of logic and reason, while salting your baseless notions with insults and sarcasm in lieu of logic and reason. It may have worked before civiliation developed more modern standards of proof, but it simply doesn't work anymore.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 28-May-18 11:49 by Origyptian.