Not sure what very good ramp systems out there, that you are referring to? As in?
All other proposals suffer from one problem or another. As I have shown, in the Spiral proposal the last corner is reached after traveling 15.27'. All the groups of men on the first run, need to travel 689.03' before reaching their first 90 degree corner turn. The men at the top will stop all the other groups of men, down on the first run, 45 times... as they wait for that upper turn procedure. It is more difficult to get an object at rest, moving again, than it is to keep it moving, ie. Newton.
Can you image them grinding to a halt, only to be required to get their stone moving once again, 45 times. 45 times! 689.03' (1st run div. by 15.27' (last run) = 45.123
It's absurd on the face of it. That would never even approach delivering a stone every 3 minutes. A straight ramp, would require nearly as much material, as in the Pyramid itself, and would need to extend out into the Valley to acquire a workable grade. So until some other proposal can meet these conditions, by default, we are left with a straight up the face method. All the others fail.
Ramps are Debunked! Can anyone, deny this any longer?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05-Mar-20 17:07 by Steve Clayton.