It is 494 metres (541 yards) in length and is claimed (here) to be an average of 4.6 degrees of slope.
What Steve and Cladking are proposing (LOL! fantasizing ) it seems , and any other of these"nonsensical water schemes", is connecting to a lake or moat around the pyramid.
The lake itself must have some height lets for example call it 5 metres high
Your a little carried away with your 5 meter (16.50') water height. 1.5 meters (5 feet) would be more than adequate, to float a barge with stones. Even 1 meter might work. Additionally, there may have been times when water was not available, to fill the entrapment area. In that instance, they would be required pulling stones around and up to the base of the Pyramid. 5 meter is an estimate by others as to how high the walls were. Not how high the water was. There is plenty of water behind the Pyramid Giza Plateau, and I have already shown that. Personally, I don't see a need for walls of that height, and therefore would contend they were not.
Plenty of people have proposed water inside those walls. It's not as thou, Cladking and myself are the only ones.
Locks.... I have never proposed Locks. Can you show me where I did. Your confusing me with Chris Massey. Which, I find would be difficult to build and achieve.
If you want to claim the 4.6 Causeway Incline could not work, you are in opposition the Newtons 2nd Laws. I've provided Calculators for Incline plains with friction. There must be a dozen of them to choose from. But, you will continue talking out your ass, and never propose anything constructive. Your just a Nye Sayer, who feels it his place to condemn, without offering anything of substance, as to how the Pyramids may have been built. As if, your so smart.
Sorry if the above link confuses you. You should take the time and learn how to use it, rather than just dismiss everything out of hand.
So Corpuscles, tell us all how the Pyramids were built. Dazzle us with your brilliance. Were all waiting for that...
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06-Apr-20 15:01 by Steve Clayton.