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5 weeks ago
cladking
No member of the species Homo Omnisciencis will ever be able to think like a cat, dog, or ancient Egyptian and then be able to describe it in symbolic language. Ancient Egyptians were not the same species as we. They were Homo Sapiens and their wisdom was derived from understanding themselves and their limitations. We might someday understand these things but we'll never be able to think
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't, lol. What sort of rational person would > obsess over the bunch of self-important, > self-aggrandizing, pompous, ceremonious, > gold-plated, back-stabbing stinky-footed inbreds > that Egyptologists have made the AEs out to be? > They ought to be struck from history and forgotten >
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I, Steve Clayton, and many other alts have logic > and evidence. " > > you are an intellectual Remora And as I've told you a million times; none of us are very smart. The professor couldn't build a telephone out of a coconut even if he had wanted to get off the island. We each and all get vi
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
More later but a couple quick thoughts; One of my problems getting through to people is that most people never even heard of a CO2 geyser. They've never heard of massive lakes in Africa exploding because they were heavy in CO2. Even those who have heard of them forget that our perception of such an event or condition would be wholly different than our ancestors since we value the experience
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You have offered ..Egyptologists and their Ilk are > insane I doubt that. But the word "ramp" is unattested from the great pyramid building age. There were no "haulers of stones on ramps", no gods of ramps, No "ramp designers", and no "ramp builders". In a mou
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
The problem here might be that we're looking for a science that evolved just as ours did. Not only the technology and knowledge must evolve as our did but even the metaphysics and application of knowledge. We're looking for the same premises, axioms, and assumptions that our science has employed and we are seeing something wholly different and unrecognizable. Then we conclude that it can not b
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Humans did almost none of the work to build > pyramids." > > > I keep trying to get you to make sense but now I > see..."Persistence is Futile" > > solving mysteries is easy of you make things up. > > where did you do your post graduate work??? I don't kn
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What were their > purpose? Answer, the Walls were for entrapping > water, and the Causeway for use as a gravity > assist mechanism. This is a point that people keep skipping over; there is physical evidence that this water catchment device was actually used. It left water erosion in a canal leading
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think it 'highly likely' that the AE's employed > inclined plane technology and to a large degree it > was powered by man. People do not get onto the railroad tracks to drag stones or boxcars. If people got on the "inclined plane technology" they'd have been run down by stones or henu boats.
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So, all is possible, and can be shown to work. > This is a workable scenario, and in my opinion > answers how the Pyramids were built. It uses less > men, and the assets we all can see, without > building something elaborate, ie. Spiral > tunnels/rampsĀ and/or other building proposals. > P
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Occam's razor (or Ockham's razor) is a principle > from philosophy. Suppose there exist two > explanations for an occurrence. In this case the > one that requires the smallest number of > assumptions is usually correct. Another way of > saying it is that the more assumptions you have to >
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Cladking's geysers, may be remote, though not an > impossibility. It does seem highly improbable but a literal interpretation of the builders' words solved in context leads only in this direction. It's doesn't seem quite so improbable when the geology of the region is factored in. > The Nile
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Double Incline Plain science calculator is > producing some interesting facts. For pulling > stones up from the Harbor, the Funicular would > need to carry nearly 3.8 times the weight of the > other side. On a 5 degree causeway angle, the COF > (coefficient of friction) would be 0.05 - 0.
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Can a carpenter make soup?? You won't understand this because it's far beyond your beliefs but let me try to address the one relevant point in your post; Making soup isn't rocket science. Just add meat, vegetables, and a little experience or common sense and put it over a fire. People have been making soup for
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > cladking Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Warwick Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > "I am not sure, why I need to "produce" > > > evidence?" > > >
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
cladking
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > At least the Funicular concept can be shown to > work. I dare anyone to show me how winding ramps > would work. > It's absurd on the face of it. Men cannot pull 2 > tons up a 4-6 degree angle, much less, do so for > nearly a mile, and hold a speed rate necessary for > the proverbial 1 sto
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I am not sure, why I need to "produce" > evidence?" > > the first part of the sentence is the answer to > the second part of the sentence Mebbe if he wrote 20,000 books and said 20,000,000 times that they "they mustta used funiculars" he wouldn't need any more evidence
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Alexander4450 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No reference, that I know of, in Egyptian > Hieroglyphics that describes the Pyramid as > anything other than the resting place for the > Pharaoh. No reference describes it as or suggests it is a tomb either. No direct evidence of any sort supports our belief any great pyramid is a tomb. A
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > nowhere did I say they were ignorant. Neither did > I say they had time travel. Did they have internal combustion engines or know the world was spherical? > Why are you so threatened by the notion that > Intelligent people can hold religious beliefs??? ALL people have beliefs. It doesn't mat
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Pleaze point to where I said "dragged" in the post > you are responding to. You do not get to define the topic of the thread. Quote> The point of the topic, as ridiculous as it > sounds, was to disprove that an inclined plane IS > a Ramp. You are playing another word game. It do
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > the Number of blocks, something I like to call > 'actual evidence' You dismissed the actual evidence to get in your rant about ramps. The fact is that if you multiply volume by the density and divide by the weight of visible stones you get about 2 1/2 million. There is simply no evidence to suggest this num
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The possibility of yet to be revealed marl and > sand filled magazines, especially in the higher > levels, does imho suggest a total even less than 2 > million. YES, exactly. And the possibility that the sand and marl was placed there by aliens is very real. There are lots of possibilities but stickin
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Yet many believe a counter-weight was used. " > > Elementary MY DEAR Watson... > > the question of the motive force and technology > employed to elevate the blocks up an inclined > plane is not the topic of the thread. > > The point of the topic, as ridiculous as it > so
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I just asserted that they were extremely > intelligent and capable in responce to Steve > below So your contention is they knew which god to invoke to get their dead king to heaven. They knew how long to simmer the toad livers before putting them in the magic potion. They mustta been very intelligent
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
cladking
QuoteSimply stated my theory is nothing new but is rather a reinterpretation of all of the physical evidence put in a framework of logic and rediscovered by solving the Pyramid Texts in context while reverse engineering the great pyramids. Everybody thinks they are so damn smart but the fact is that it has taken me more effort and thought to put this into words than it did to solve the language
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
cladking
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Go to a wall(any wall will prolly do), and stand > about 6 inches from it. Now, lean forward a > little(I think it helps if you lean into it some). > Now, rapidly bang your forehead against the wall > ten or fifteen times(but you can go more if you > think it will help)." It fee
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
cladking
n/t
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
cladking
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I do however think that part of appreciating the > immensity of the project, and the possibility of > carrying it out, is understanding and appreciation > the motivations for doing so. You are ASSUMING the project is "immense". It looks immense only because you fervently believe that super
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
cladking
So you believe that if you post claptrap in enough places that it isn't even relevant that it magically comes true. You believe that if they believed strongly enough that they could literally move mountains. I believe you don't know how things work today or how they worked 4750 years ago. Spoiler alert; it is exactly the same. There's nothing new under the sun. 304a. To say: There
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
cladking
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ramp use is a theory Cladking. No. It used to be an hypothesis but it failed many tests so it is no longer even a good guess. The oddest thing is that this hypothesis arose because Egyptologists believe ancient Egyptians were so backward and primitive it was impossible they could come up with an easier way.
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