> I didn't make these statements. This came from
> the authors of the study. They are effectively
> saying that our concept of stinky footed bumpkins
> dragging stones up ramps is not in evidence at
> "Hatnub" and the same system could have been
> employed at Giza since these events took place
> concurrently or nearly so.
No they are saying they have evidence for a method to support or supplement the movement of stones up a ramp. What that might be is not known - until we see the study.
> ...changes our understanding of how the pyramids
> were built.
> Again the suggestion is that our concept of
> dragging tombs up ramps is not accurate (at least
> at Hatnub).
No one drags 'tombs' up ramps Cladking you've said that nearly a 1,000 times and it still makes no sense whatsoever. Why do you childishly substitute tombs for stones? It is just one of those strange little mysteries isn't it? lol
> I don't know if they really have a bombshell or
How would you? Within Egyptology this would be considered an interesting or minor piece of trivia about the Pyramids. Remember the real scientists don't obsess about the tombs at Gizah.
It will be a nice addition to the existing theories about how it pyramids were built.
We found the thermal anomaly and it was
> dropped like a hot potato like there was nothing
No as explained to you multiple times its a small part of a much larger set of questions. Since you know nothing about how large scale international organizations work. Nor how complex the interactions are between international groups over leadership, funding and who will do what when it is not surprising you don't understand the situation.
Maybe this will be dropped as well? But
> as things stand they have essentially said,
> implied, suggested, and stated that they didn't
> use "ramps" to build the Great Pyramid if their
> study is even applicable to the pyramids.
What? No they didn't go back and read it again and leave your intense bias behind.
This is what was said; "The moving system consists of the central ramp surrounded by two set of stairs contain poles holes which help lifting the alabaster stone block through at least 20% coarse ramp".
Third Paragraph Cladking....
You see that magic phrase...........Central ramp
Cladking why do you try to tell whoppers about stuff other people can clearly see? Do you really think other people haven't read the link? Really?
Chuckle - and you wonder why you are not taken seriously!
> These are their words, not mine. I don't know
> what they found but there's a lot of information
> in those pictures that is being overlooked.
Yeah like you'd know something about AE construction techniques, archaeology or Egyptian geology.
Hey why not email those fine folks and tell'm all the stuff they have gotten wrong. Keep us in the loop too.