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4 years ago
Martin Stower
Thunderbird Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > > Lol....I'm sure Stocks can set up a demo for us to > prove Dynasty 3 and 4 could create the evidence > shown in the above links : ) > > > > T Bird Yes, Brad, I’m sure that laughter is very often heard in your vicinity. The cheat is in the leap from “evidence” to
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4 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Merrell Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > For one possible explanation for the lack of such > > items in the archaeological record, see here - 2, 2.1., > > citing Yahalom-Mack 2009: 123, table III:6. > > It seems that Ilan is acknowledging . . . &g
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Since you are the one who believes they were > capable of all of the above, it's encumbant on you > to provide evidence they had that capability of > each of those required components. And please > don't point to a small, shallow, clumsy hole > allegedly drilled by Stocks. I'm talking about the &
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Warwick Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > > > > > > there are lots of references , and key words to > > aid in online search within the article > > > > Warwick > > I regret that I can't accept that as serious >
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Audrey Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > I guess you're referring to this > If you read the tag attached to the picture you > can see that is exactly what I am talking about. > > > The tool in that pic does not look like the tool > > in th
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Martin > > > I realise you are not particularly arguing with me > but I wonder if you could explain this for me > (from one of the links you provided to > Origyptian) > It says to help you > > This comes down to the image of an unkempt man > who drills a vase with a
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Audrey Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > > I can't find that there is any text for either of > > these, yet Egyptology has labeled the register > > that includes the one on the left "the craftsmen > > of Amun". Why they think these
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just been pondering on this problem of internal > stone sculpting . > > Lets assume they have made a decent hole into the > bowl and they now need to expand the hole > outwards. > > If i was going to do it right now and all i had > was a rotating force from above ,then the only > natur
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Jon Ellison Wrote: > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > How do you know he hadn't read it? > > > > The board has a search facility. I suggest > > using it.
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Jon Ellison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How do you know he hadn't read it? The board has a search facility. I suggest using it. Here you may find all of my posts which mention Stocks: http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/search.php?1,search=stocks,author=martin+stower,page=1,match_type=ALL,match_dates=0,match_forum=ALL,match_threads=0 Where in the
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Jon Ellison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > > > > > Yes, your attitude is ridiculous—and by no small > > miracle, increasingly so. > > > > So, bits and pieces on the Web are an adequate > > substitute for consulting someone’s work in its > > definitive (or at least best) formulatio
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Origyptian Wrote: > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > After being insulted by Stower for not having read > > > the book, . . . > > > > Excuse me? Holdi
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > After being insulted by Stower for not having read > the book, . . . Excuse me? Holding you to normal scholarly standards is an insult? English comprehension—fail! Again. The problem was your faulting Stocks without having read the book. (The difference with Creighton being that we very likely have
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Origyptian Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > > > > I can't wait to read Scott's new book now that > > > you've brought it to our attention. >
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > > Remember also that the OP topic is Creighton’s > > forthcoming book. > > Yes it is indeed! You've always directed us to > great reading, like Stocks' wonderful fantasy on > "This is ho
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've smeared none of the above. In fact, I made it > perfectly clear that their motives were pure but > either their standards were too low (Reisner, > Engelbach) or that they were superb at reporting > the evidence but that I disagreed with their > conclusions (Lehner, Romer, Petrie, the Edgars,
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Overlooked earlier and clearly I should not allow this one to get away with anything . . . Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Origyptian Wrote: > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > > > > > Recom
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6 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Be careful what you wish for. The last time you > gave me an "assignment" was when you suggested I > read Denys Stocks' monograph on Egyptian > stonework. You made a total fool of yourself > because that monograph is a clear indictment > against how he claims they did it. Oh, really?
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6 years ago
Martin Stower
Jon Ellison wrote: > Martin Stower wrote: > > > > I gain the impression that Jon has not followed the protocols > > of detailed description which his chum “Doctor” Femano faults > > Stocks for not following. > > > > M. > > > > Absolutely correct it was a personal experiment carried out by > myself and entirely for the benefit of myself.
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6 years ago
Martin Stower
Archae Solenhofen wrote: > Jon Ellison wrote: > > >Archae. > > >There are many more questions to be answered. > > Sure, but right now..... the only real question here that needs > to be answered is why was your granite 99.999% of the time > harder than quartz, remember you "went at it all day with > barely a scratch" or whatever? This rock a Karn
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6 years ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles wrote: > Hi > Martin Stower wrote: > > > > > To which I would add: What “master coppersmith” is going to > > regard a simple copper tube as the epitome of his art? > > > > Well if you extrapolate and calculate the attrition rate > claimed by Stocks and apply it > to core drilling a smaller sarcophagus then you'll find they > would h
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6 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian wrote: > Predictable Stower charm. > > I've never said I've read it all, Then you’ve no business faulting Stocks on what’s absent from the subset you’ve read. No marks for comprehension, Femano: you’ve just proved my point. > so your sarcasm is silly, disrespectful, and unprofessional. Your faulting Stocks on so superfcial a reading is unprofessional, unethical and u
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6 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian wrote: > That one photo shows much more detail about certain aspects of > the "process" than I have ever seen from Stocks: > > - high res view of the copper tube thickness > - high res view of the edge of the tube. > - cutaway of the drilled block showing the core in situ > - view of the drilled gap between core and block > - view of the terminal gr
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20 years ago
Martin Stower
As <A href=";, there's also been some relevant work by Gorelick and Gwinnet. Note that <i>Expedition</i> is in fact the correct name of the journal. I wouldn't assume that this is all there is: I've not been in a position to do a full literature search.
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