Date: March 09, 2020 08:48PM
"To deny there is not water flowing down from the mountains behind the Giza Plateau"
is to understand that there is nothing but desert
Please show us where you think these mountains are.
also, the Nile wouldn't have been Muddy year round. It isn't now either.
First, I did not say the Nile is muddy year round. Yes, this is the Nile, but don't go near the water.
FYI: There is a program, for free, you can download and see for yourself. It's called Google Earth. It has a search feature. Enter in Egypt 6th of October, and it will take you there. Goggle has an elevation meter at the bottom of your screen. You may need to find that option, and invoke it.
The body of water according to Google Earth, found in and around the 6th of October, is at 385. The elevation at the land surrounding G1 is at 200 ft. above sea level. That results in a difference of 185 feet. Last time I checked, water runs downhill. It is 17 km (11 mi) from the great pyramids of Giza and 32 km (20 mi) from downtown Cairo.
The 600, and 500 ft. Mountains are on the left and right side of the 6th of October. Use your mouse to circle around, while keeping an eye on the elevation meter. Additionally, make note of the large runoff ravines. There are many dark areas heading back down towards the Pyramids. Note, the ones which have trees growing in them. I mention this, as some dark spots may be cloud shadows. Shifting back and forth in different time, will help revolve the clouds. Don't be surprises if new bodies of water appear, and/or disappear.
Ok, so I answered you, and gave you the ability to fact check it for yourself.