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3 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 24 x 365 x 20 =175200 > > Allowing that my Magazine proposal was employed, > and upgrading my estimate to 1,752,000... > > We get 10 an hour > > Obviously the higher we go the less haul teams > would be needed > > In the first 5 to 10 years we could have been > looking at
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Why do you think, there would be a need to > "disassemble" the causeway, once the Pyramid was > finished." > > because all remnants of the construction that were > not an essential part of the complex were cleaned > up. If they had not been these conversations > would n
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "There is no good explanation for the existence of > the Causeway" > > seeing as the evidence suggests that virtually all > the Pyramid complexes from the Old Kingdom have > them, including those constructed out of MUD > BRICKS, the only suggestion I can provide is you > improve on
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
Steve Clayton
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. > > You are both stating that it is highly likely that > they employed inclined plane technology but that > it COULD NOT HAVE BEEN largely powered by man. > > The
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
Steve Clayton
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 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 weig
Forum: Mysteries
8 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hi Hanslune, You said... >There are no 'believers in ramps' that is a straw man YOU invented. I've explained my own theory's to you many >times....try to remain in reality. However there are no believers in geyser powered funiculars. >Yet many believe a counter-weight was used. Yes, a Funicular counter-weight. Made possible by the water (weight) being sourced (stream/ditch)
Forum: Mysteries
8 days ago
Steve Clayton
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > we're now living in a strange new world where > witchdoctors and voodoo define reality and > prescribe the medicine we're all forced to take. > Medicine that keeps us in line like cattle to the > slaughter.  We believe we are led by individuals > steeped in reason and science while in fact they
Forum: Mysteries
10 days ago
Steve Clayton
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 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 wrot
Forum: Mysteries
11 days ago
Steve Clayton
Sirfiroth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Actually Warwick, > > My post was in no way intended to defend you or > anyone else. I was asking Steve for verification > on the subject matter of this whole thread. This > whole thread brings to mind the following quote: > “Imagine the people who believe such things > and who are not as
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Steve Clayton
SandyJesse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve, > > I guess trying to explain what a facetious comment > is, is about as hopeless as trying to explain the > simple concept of the teeter-todder to learned > men.  I would be better off banging my head > against a wall(now do you get it?). > > Already got the Atheists and Reli
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Steve Clayton
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 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
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Steve Clayton
SandyJesse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Fresh out of friends Steve and I'm in Kansas, so > fresh out of cliffs too.  Anymore suggestions? > > Was only trying to help you and was on your > side,..but not anymore.   > > Good Luck. > > SJ Sandy, Trying to help me? "Go to a wall(any wall will prolly do), and
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Steve Clayton
SandyJesse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Steve, > > You must take into consideration that the > see-saw(aka-teeter-totter per cladking)is maybe > not known in some parts of the world.  I know > you're having trouble explaining it,...but I think > I have a solution- > > Go to a wall(any wall will prolly do), and  stand &
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Steve Clayton
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Warwick Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > "What numbers do you need? I have all of that. > > Cladking is only supporting my concept." > > > > Hans' point is blatantly obvious to anyone who > has > > been paying attention. &
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Steve Clayton
FYI: It's not my philosophy. I studied Ancient Philosophy in College. It's as much a history lesson of Mankind, as it is a way of thinking. Reality... 1. the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them. 2. the state or quality of having existence or substance. Reality is the sum or aggregate of all that is real or exist
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "You are no different than the majority of > individuals, who do not fully grasp, how heavy > water really is. I also once underestimated it." > > a lot of water bed owners learned that the hard > way > > > Warwick Look Warwick. You should know by now, when dealing with me
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Clayton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Warwick Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > "What numbers do you need? I have all of > that. > > > Cladking is only suppo
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Clayton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Warwick Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > "I was not aware, I needed to understand all > of > > > that, for lifting one
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...my tongue is STUCK in my cheek. > > > "So the downward counterweight had to be filled > enough to move heavier one and over come friction, > got there the water was dumped, stones but on it > while the upwards one was emptied of stone and > filled with water. " > > tha
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Clayton Wrote: > > > > > Hi Hanslune, > > > > It is simpler than that. > > > > There is plenty of water even today, situated > > behind the Pyramids. It wells up in a number of > > locations. You can use Google Earth, and find > > them, or I
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I was not aware, I needed to understand all of > that, for lifting one rock up, and on top of > another..." > > the infrastructure was the child of the belief > system > > as was the dedication, inspiration, and > perspiration. > > > > Warwick Hi Warwick
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "The idea that the Causeways were so the Pharaoh > could walk up and down, is as preposterous" > > I agree.  Where did you get that? Be specific > please cuz I'll bet you are misinterpreting > something. > > if you look at reliefs concerning the afterlife > you'll oft notice a
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Clayton Wrote: > > > > > Sorry for my rambling on... > > That's fine ramble on. So in your idea the > counter-weight would run of water instead of sand > which means they'd have to carry a lot of water up > the slope from the river.Unless they had some > manner to cons
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Clayton Wrote: > > > > > Hi Hanslune, > > > > Just for the record, I do not believe in > Geysers > > or Kits.  > > You are correct, lots and lots of ropes. So > many, > > that the papyrus plants went nearly extinct.  > > My error which I hav
Forum: Mysteries
20 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > LonelyAngel Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I'm a bit late to the party... but this is a > job > > for Cladking! > > > You would think that he would want to write up and > present his information to the world. > > That is what
Forum: Mysteries
20 days ago
Steve Clayton
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "What numbers do you need? I have all of that. > Cladking is only supporting my concept." > > Hans' point is blatantly obvious to anyone who has > been paying attention. > > Cladking is ONLY supporting your concept because > it supports his obsession about Ramps. > > In 1
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20 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hi Hanslune, What numbers do you need? I have all of that. Cladking is only supporting my concept. He will not be able to supply that information. If you can define your area of math needed, I will supply those numbers to you, with supporting evidence. Just try and not be vague. The more specific you are, the better I will be able to assist you. Presently, I am working on pulling all that info
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25 days ago
Steve Clayton
Hi Cladking, Stuck in the house for weeks on end, as many of us are. Teaching myself 3D Character Animation. Not easy. I hope to animate the Funicular story, and place it up on Youtube. Why not? Anyway, hope all is well with everyone. Take care.
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Steve Clayton
Hi Thanos5150, I think you fundamentally misunderstand what a Funicular is. It is a gravity assist tool, much like a lever is a tool, a wedge is a tool, etc. It does not need to run from top to bottom, as in a transit system. You are simple using the weight of water (in this case) and gravity to assist you. It's an aid, which can pull other objects. It's nothing more than a tool.  It doe
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
Steve Clayton
Hi Thanos5150, I thought you might like to know, you were right. There was no dropped down middle section, pertaining to the Causeways. I will reveal the reason why, after I have finished a new illustration. Not all of the men were stone pullers, some were stone pushers. I found a Double Incline Plain Calculator, which is reveling. It is in Kg. with COF and Rope Tensions. Can 2 avera
Forum: Mysteries
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