> Hi Ori
> Origyptian wrote:
> > Thanos, if you know of evidence that you think I don't know
> > about would it kill you to simply say, "Hi Ori, here's
> > something that confirms the 1st millennium Romans knew how to
> > quarry, transport, and construct 60 ton solid granite
> > and be done with it? Rather, ..... SNIP
> Mate you cover so much ground here and cop so much in the
> process that sometimes
> a gift horse is staring at you!!!.... and you miss it expecting
> more shite/feathers and cackle to fly.
> If you read the earlier thread Thanos posted... I think you
> will find that Thanos is
> in agreement with much of your conjecture and wants merely to
> share ideas/compare notes and
> has set it out before in the 2013 thread.
> I think he is trying to help ... and perhaps you have thought
> he was taking you to task.
> Their frustration Thanos and Lover ... was you commented before
> looking at what he dished up , although he didn't make the link
> (highlight) obvious! )
> Chill out, read a bit, maybe post a little less, digest..
It's one thing to acknowledge that there's a lot of information out there and that we need to be sure we're aware of it before we can insist on any claims we might want to make, but to get indignant when someone misses a piece of evidence can sure get under one's skin. I never criticize anyone for missing a piece of evidence. But I do criticize them when they flat out ignore it after they've been told about it several times.
The idea that we should not debate something until we know everything about the subject is just ludicrous and makes for a very hostile environment here.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?