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11 years ago
JBM
I'll put my two cents in. The primary reason why they will not accept Schoch's data is because it will upset the apple cart of chronology of Ancient Egypt. Heaven forbid if that were to happen. The other reason is due to Robert being associated with John and other researchers that have been labeled as kook fringe writers out to make a quick buck. Little do people know that Robert didn't even kn
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11 years ago
JBM
Then why do you demand to know who others are? You know as well as I that you have done this. And no, I am not going to dig back in those 2004 threads. You know what? I am already tired of this. You have been called out and now people know you for what you are. I defend your right to have your opinion, however, I do not do so in regards to your tactics on unwitting participants on this specifi
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11 years ago
JBM
Martin pointed it out in the above threads and I am not going to point you to it in this tangle of threads. I've stated my opinion, if you don't like, oh well. I find it refreshing that a geologist has cut through your smoke and mirrors and pinned down your misuse of complex terminology, which has led people down the garden path into believing that you were some sort of authority and had been to
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11 years ago
JBM
Your misuse of geo-jargon gibberish that many don't understand.
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11 years ago
JBM
I don't falt "Archae" for his efforts; he has just as much right to disagree as anyone else. However, he has led others down the garden path.
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11 years ago
JBM
6. BTW
QuoteNo, the weathering to Debehen is almost entirely due to wind/sand and the Sphinx is another matter entirely. Debehen enters into the picture ONLY as an example of what wind/sand weathering looks like as opposed to wsater weathering in a 'similar if not identical' limestone. This was one of those nasty little issues that people like "Archae" couldn't come to terms with, because it
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11 years ago
JBM
7. LOL!
I recall reading The First American by James Adovasio and he pretty much told C. Vance Haynes the same thing in regards to Clovis First, which is now defunct. When I asked Adovasio about that incindent, he said that Haynes kept wanting more data. QuoteWhat do you mean 'somewhat similar' ? That's of no use. How much is 'somewhat'? You want details? I want details, too. Please provide information
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11 years ago
JBM
QuoteMobilized salts need to be removed from a weathered stone surface in order to produce erosion. The question is whether rainfall could have produced the distribution of erosion in the enclosure from a catchment area restricted to the Sphinx and its walls. However, some have attempted to lay sole blame on salt exfoliation and marginalize the water aspect of it.
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11 years ago
JBM
I am referring to posts gone pasts, like 2004.
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11 years ago
JBM
He has been beating this drum over and over and still hasn't been able to sway anyone.
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11 years ago
JBM
It's of huge importance. He, among others, demands the same from others that which he will not provide himself. Why? Why is is it that others have to proffer up their credentials and identity while he does not not? Why don't you peruse the miles of tangled threads on this board and read this Solenhofen's posts? Then see if you come away with the sense that this person is some sort of geo academ
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11 years ago
JBM
Is the rest of the story. Sorry, Archae, but you have no merit. Toodles
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11 years ago
JBM
This is why your credibility, not that it's of any relevence, has been shattered: QuoteME: First, please give the references in the literature on the Sphinx. Second, the point I was making is that you use these terms, knowing well that virtually no-one on the board is a geologist and would therefore assume you know what you're talking about. Often you are unclear in your usage and construct your
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11 years ago
JBM
Don't have to. The way you have insulted the intelligence of people here with your inane geo mumbo jumbo only appeals to people like yourself. To quote someone of fame, "The demagogue is one who preaches doctrines he knows to be untrue to men he knows to be idiots." And that's how you are being rude to people here.
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11 years ago
JBM
Hi John I recall that thread like it was yesterday. It's still an eloquent response to Garrett Fagan. Ed Malkowski was indirectly involved, as well as Stephanie. I wonder if Garret is writing his sequel to "Bathing in Public in the Roman World"? Anywho. Nice to see you are still around, even though I dropped off the face of the earth.
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11 years ago
JBM
The proverbial jig is up for you. Why don't you just come out with it and let everyone know who you really are? JAW and myself (primarily JAW) gave you the Quibblemeister honorific because we seen right thru you and your geo-jargon from the get go. The only thing you managed to do is expose yourself by insulting the intelligence of the people at this forum, as well as a few at Ma'at. What, you
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11 years ago
JBM
Long time since we last communicated. Glad to see that you still know how to navigate this board. I see that Archae's, or whoever he is, past is catching up with him. Now maybe the good people here and all over will know the Quibblemeister and how he came to bare that name. How is Robert doing? I haven't talked with him in ages. Cheers, John Steve LeMaster
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11 years ago
JBM
I see that Solenhofen's past is finally catching up with him. Good.
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11 years ago
JBM
DirectX 10 is only required if the software requires it. As of now the only software I know that does are games designed for DX10. Of course the graphics card has to support it.
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11 years ago
JBM
Nope, I'm not a MAC person. I just don't have the time and patience to learn a new OS.
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11 years ago
JBM
Great! I am currently setting up a blog for novice and intermediate PC users. You can see at PCTechSpot It's a work in progress, but, it'll be up soon.
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11 years ago
JBM
I've been using Vista since it was in beta and I've never had any issues with it. I even got Doom II (1991) to work on it. Don't know what all the fuss is about, although I do understand that Vista hardware requirements are much more robust, it's an ok operating system in my opinion.
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11 years ago
JBM
64-bit drivers will always be an issue. That's why I have not used it.
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11 years ago
JBM
True enough.
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11 years ago
JBM
25. LOL!
That's exactly what it is.
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11 years ago
JBM
No. M$ has stated that they will continue to push security updates, but not service packs. Of course this may change as time goes by.
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11 years ago
JBM
HJT from Trend Micro is a fine program. Just be careful when you use it. Another nifty tool is CCleaner. Look up at the top right where it says Download the latest version
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11 years ago
JBM
Just keep in mind that SP3 is the last service pack for XP.
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11 years ago
JBM
Clones in the sense that they are fake. What these people try to do is trick you into using it and then it's too late.
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11 years ago
JBM
ESET NOD32 is THE BEST AV ever developed. Another exceelent tool is PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). The US governemt has been trying for decades to get access to the algorithms and the US supreme court has repeatedly told them to take a hike. The government has yet to break it. LOL!
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