> Archae Solenhofen wrote:
>>Maybe next time you will provide the relevant quote just a few
>>more paragraphs down the line...... instead of just providing
>>the ones that fits your narrative and ignoring the rest.
>My narrative has been quite clear and consistent.
No..... it's now clearly changing from one post to the next.
>arguing with Hancock by way of me about the "hundreds" of 200
>ton blocks" yet in principle I have agreed with you from well
>before this conversation.
No...... this whole sub-thread was about all these original incorrect statments you made for a start:
"And when talking about these 50-200 ton blocks"
"Again, pretty clear "many" does not equate to "hundreds" and he is referring to "such weights" in the 50-200 ton range."
"Again, the meaning is obvious"
"I read both of Hanckock's books when they were released and never took them to mean "hundreds of 200 ton blocks"..... that's wrong."
"So far, Archae-all I see is you taking out of context what these authors are actually saying"
"in reality if anyone is saying that it is those who didn't understand it in the first place."
"I read both of Hanckock's books when they were released and never took them to mean "hundreds of 200 ton blocks" though obviously he was highlighting the heaviest stones"
"But whether 100 or 200 tons does nothing to weaken the general argument which you seem to willfully ignore."
"It's funny to me that you use large New Kingdom blocks to "prove" it was no big deal to do it in the OK and that the Egyptians were even capable of such things, and yet when it serves your purposes you make every argument that the blocks are lighter than they are reported to be to "prove" the same thing."
>In the end you are only arguing with
>yourself and are trying to bait me with semantics.
I did not bring up "tonnes".... you did.
>there is no doubt in your mind in the future what my narrative
>is, here it is again:
There you go..... it's now changed since it is pretty clearly not what you started this sub-thread with.
Archae Solenhofen (email@example.com)