> You fail to mention the most likely possibility: The iron pc.
> was dropped there by a worker pillaging G1 Casing stones in or
> about the 16th Century.
I believe Vyse discounted this since he claimed the plate was buried within the joints and was not accessible before blasting commenced.
Why would you consider your suggestion to be the "most likely possibility"?
> You also fail to mention the marmmalite?, (a marine skeleton of
> some sort, anyway) impression on the surface of the iron
> pc....and this could only have been formed w/ the iron pc.
> resting against a limestone block for a long period of time.
> You were so quick to throw Vyse under the bus some months ago
> in another thread here....But, you see, Mr. Hill didn't plant
> that pc. and no one in Vyse's employ could've faked that
> impression because it was impossible to do so.
> Intellectual dishonesty doesn't begin to your conduct here
> Ori....so, now you are attempting to pass off this very same
> pc. of iron as a genuine remnant of your mysterious,
> unevidenced, Ancient Genius Race of Pyramid
> Builders.....LOL....still can't date the pc. either, so your
> wild speculation is 'safe' for now.
Get something straight, I don't care if that plate came from the Hill or from Mars.
Either way, my main point in this forum still stands: there is zero evidence that G1 was built by Bronze Age primitives in the 3rd millennium BC.
Iron plate or not.
Your incessant name calling and ad hominems only further prove to the reader how low you are willing to stoop when the faults in your ideology are revealed.