> There were no ramps and no amount of backpedling and and
> semantics will change this simple fact
> As I've already said I never said anything about ramps but I
> look forward to reading the proof which must have for such a
I don't really believe that proof is even necessary for this statement. It's the possibility that ancients might have built them with ramps and that this is a foregone conclusion that they must have been built with ramps that requires evidence.
But there's evidence there weren't ramps anyway. It's not only the impossibility of building a straight pyramid when it's covered in ramps or the impossibilitry of filling areas that were integral ramps. It's not only the fact it can be shown that ramps aren't large enough to generate the horsepower required to miove so much stone. It's not even just the fact that there's no evidence whatsoever inh the cultural record. There's nbo God of ramps or Tomb of the Overseer of Ramp Builders. There's no physical or historical evidence for ramps. Everywhere we should see ramps there's a simple void.
Mostly all you have to do to see there were no ramps is just to google images of PYRAMID EGYPT. What you'll see is thousands of pictures of the great pyramids. (all the little ones are ruined and people don't take pictures of them)(these were the little tiny pyramids built later on).
On almost all of these pictures you'll see many horizontalo and vertiocal lines. These lines are the result of construction techniques and they deny the possibility of spiral ramps. They also argue very strongly against any sort of ramps and they suggest equally strongly that stones were actually pulled straight up the side.
Study these lines and how they were built will become more apparent.