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cladking
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Instead orthodoxy refuses to consider alternatives > and religions continue to splinter. It's easy to imagine a time in the not so distant future that a new Inquisition arises to purge societies of beliefs in Deities of all sorts. Dawkins has already laid down the gauntlet and Microsoft is turning an entire g
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Yesterday
cladking
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I can't fully comprehend the tech these guys are > following either, but I imagine the solution of > reverse engineering this stuff will be equal parts > working out the processes of this system as far as > possible and then becoming triggered by > similarities of process from new scientific >
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Yesterday
cladking
Jon Ellison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was it only one void? > I thing scrunched up beetles was the only thing > they could come up with. > And where's the scrunched up beetles in the > recently explored QC air shafts? > Anyway that evidence is now lost. > > Straight inter-fitting edges! Don't start me on > that one. I'
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Yesterday
cladking
QuoteWhat doesn't exist is evidence .... that Egyptologists are willing to consider any alternative ideas. So instead of responding to the point of the post you call me an "irrational liar". Instead of presenting evidence that Egyptologists are working to support their own theories or dispel the "nonsensical" ideas of alts, you instead ask me not to respond to your posts.
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2 days ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I implied they are afraid of evidence, logic, and > facts that don't support their beliefs. " > > the only thing that disturbs me about the above is > that you actually believe the above to be true. How many times have I asked you why Hawass won't release the results of the infrared scans?
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2 days ago
cladking
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Which is why they > 'don't fear you'. I never said Egyptology is afraid of me or my ideas. I implied they are afraid of evidence, logic, and facts that don't support their beliefs. I said THEY ARE AFRAID OF THE PYRAMID AND AFRAID OF THE SYSTEMATIC APPLICATION OF MODERN SCIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE TO UNDERSTA
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2 days ago
cladking
rkmcquillen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The crown of lower egypt - Gardiner S3 - dsrt, > also has the coil on it. I believe V1 is one the Egyptologists got right in a left handed sort of way. The Pyramid Texts (Rituals of Ascension) refer to the "wire of the green crown" (lower crown)(1459a) and this is quite likely exactly it. Howe
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3 days ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > While I cede that your notions are Alternate to > the Current concensus, they are equally dissimilar > to any other alternate theories. In addition > within Egyptology/ Oriental Studies as a whole > there are any number of different explanations for > just about everything. Yes, you're right.
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3 days ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I hesitate to respond because what I believe is > off-topic but it might lead you to better > understand my position and that of many other alts > so will anyway. " > > Sam. Speak for yourself. You are not a spokesman > for anyone but your self. 97% Exactly where did I say,
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3 days ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 1.are you now an advocate for the Pyramids having > been built by aliens or alien technology? I hesitate to respond because what I believe is off-topic but it might lead you to better understand my position and that of many other alts so will anyway. I try very hard to not believe in anything at all. I do
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3 days ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I said Egyptologists don't believe they > understood nature. Obviously it is true that this > is Egyptological belief. Obviously any > Egyptologist who gainsays this loses his standing > in the community. Obviously he'll be looking for a > new job the same day he says the ancients > underst
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3 days ago
cladking
This is an experiment only to Look and See Scientists. This is the problem with Egyptology. They believe that since they are experts and Peers all they need to do is look and see. Reality doesn't work this way. And when someone challenges inane assumptions like "ramps" and "tombs" and even more apparent assumptions you're supposed to defend your position or change i
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3 days ago
cladking
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They do you just refuse to look at the literature > and of course you find it easier to just make up > lies. > > 18 seconds to find this: > > -find-village-that-predated-pharaohs-11488767 Oh, did they find a ramp? Did they find any evidence the ancients had beliefs or had any sort of wor
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4 days ago
cladking
There's no question "ramps" existed. What doesn't exist is evidence they were used to build pyramids or that Egyptologists are willing to consider any alternative ideas.
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4 days ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > please tell me how what you said is different from > what I said?? They are all digging in the wrong places. Instead of digging in random or fertile places they are digging in tombs and outhouses. Look at the title! The digging is a good idea but they are building a paradigm from disturbed soil. The
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4 days ago
cladking
...and the truth is there is a single purpose, a single norm, a single approach, a single entity of people, a single virtue, a single morality, a single frame of reference, a single philosophy of ancient Egypt. (with apologies to Rod Serling) (though I'm sure he'd approve and agree this is the Twilight Zone)
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4 days ago
cladking
These are just words and rhetoric that has been used for many years. Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Major Interruptions in their civilisation are > noted. No. "Economic collapses" have been noted. I'm talking about fundamental changes in the "religion" and "beliefs" and even the language of the people
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4 days ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Each curious mind brushes aside another of grain > of sand to see what lies beneath. The status quo is built on the backs of et als who each brushed away another layer.
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4 days ago
cladking
No. The entire Egyptological paradigm rests on the assumptions that Egypt was an uninterrupted 3000 year civilization that was very superstitious and used primitive and barbaric means to construct tombs in the shape of pyramids because they had only the simplest technology and no science to learn about machines or the nature of their world. Remember changeless stinky footed bumpkins dragg
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4 days ago
cladking
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ramps we've found are made up of > stone, rubble or mudbrick... ...And sleepers (timbers).
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4 days ago
cladking
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You are lucky that there are Egyptologist or there > would be no one to translate AE into English so > you could pretend to translate it. I don't know how many times I've told you that Egyptology did all of the real work and I appreciate this work and each of their expertise. Why can't you hold this
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4 days ago
cladking
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Were someone to ask me, “Do you believe in > string theory?” I would say “No”—but > neither would I say, “I disbelieve in string > theory.” I might say, “If I understand the > situation at all, string theory is immensely > problematic.” The crudity of “believe in” > does not at all refl
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4 days ago
cladking
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > When I use to query my students as to their > beliefs about 80% were believers in Atlantis and > other fringe ideas. about 40% of those made it > through to degrees. Of the 20% who didn't about > 75% made it thru. Mustta not been Egyptology. The inmates run that asylum. edited to add;
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4 days ago
cladking
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You continue to rack up volumes and volumes of > wrongness. Congrats on your success! Thanks. Can you really take comfort in this after I said I'm right once in a while too?
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4 days ago
cladking
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Cladking seems to have a world class immunity to > this - glutton for punishment. LOL. I've been so wrong about so many things so many times that I'm virtually insensate to being wrong. Hell, I'm very proud to be wrong and the wronger I am the prouder I am. This and a thick skin coupled with the belief ever
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5 days ago
cladking
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Some people don’t get the some of us have been > through the process—have been through these > various positions and found them wanting. > > Some do and don’t like it. I dare say they find > it threatening. I find it disconcerting that so many orthodox believers used to believe in crackp
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5 days ago
cladking
Speaking of strawmen. I seriously doubt anyone thinks scholars are stupid and none have any imagination. They are merely wedded to the status quo. This means they use their intellect and imagination to expand and expound on the status quo.
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5 days ago
cladking
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > According to Chomsky, language is genetic--it's > innate. I would go a few steps further and say that language is innate to life. More accurately consciousness is innate and all life has at least rudimentary language (even if it's just the ability to transmit and receive a "1" and a "0")
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5 days ago
cladking
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- QuoteDo people really lose their academic careers if they don't zealously jump on a bandwagon of trying to squash any and all ideas that fall outside the box, or occasionally faintly concede that fringe science might manage to stumble over at least the odd crumb of revolutionary truth? No matter how anyone might act,
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6 days ago
cladking
How do you quote a post and not read it? Did you understand any of it? Quote... and this is PROVEN BEYOND DOUBT by their refusal to release the results of the infrared imaging even to Peers. I have evidence and logic to support every single one of my positions. That Egyptology is afraid of the pyramid and the facts is self evident by their refusal to investigate and publish data about t
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