And you accuse me of not reading through
> your posts. It is in both of my last posts. Rather
> than admit you were wrong about the Step Pyramid
> having a causeway, you pivot to an idea I am
> working on as "undeniably unworkable".
> "No Causeways at the Step Pyramid" Do you still
> take that position, or as before, you will just
> gloss over it, and attempt to divert the
> conversation. Who am I dealing with here, a child?
> Man up and admit your mistake.
> You need to calm down before you make an even
> bigger fool of yourself.
> I suppose that the following image which you have
> provided to prove that the Step Pyramid is the one
> The only problem is that this isn't the Step
> Pyramid. It's the Unas Pyramid and I have already
> covered this causeway in the thread. Proving once
> again that you not only don't read my posts but
> you don't even read your own source material.
> So, maybe you'll man up and admit your mistake or
> continue to carry on like a child.
> Either way, I really can't be bothered wasting any
> more time on your BS.
The image was provided, because you think if one Pyramid doesn't have a causeway, none of then require a causeway.
"What you need to do is prove how heavy materials were transported to the building sites of the Step Pyramid and the Red Pyramid, both having no causeways. Because, if they were built without causeways, so can any other pyramid".
"Because, if they were built without causeways, so can any other pyramid."
You are factually incorrect. Plagiarism is not very becoming on you. You fraud.
I agree, I won't wast anymore time either. Enjoy pulling stones around.