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4 weeks ago
Thanos5150
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > THANK YOU !! I envy your depth of knowledge on > these subjects. I'm completely on page with what > your saying, and have attempted to make many > similar arguments on these subjects, but my lack > of reference puts me in a far more vulnerable > position to be attached by the cult, (or illness),
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Thanos5150
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The absence of evidence may lie in the fact that > such advanced civilisation did not take the same > development way as we did, not passing by same > steps, so not producing the same objects. > How can we establish as an iron rule that our > science and technology built in two centuries only > an
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Thanos5150
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Glass Jigsaw: > > > > > Stecchini (as cited in Tompkins, 291): > > ”The present Arabic name of Egypt is al > Miṣri, which is the equivalent of the biblical > Miṣraîm. This name is derived from the Semitic > root which in Akkadian gives the verb aṣaru, > “to
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4 weeks ago
Thanos5150
You said: 1) This civilization existed at its peak before the Younger Dryas so it was up and running 13,000 years ago. What metals and materials can survive that long? How much expectation would you have to find anything? It seems like a big ask. Your response to being shown this is clearly wrong: Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That bo
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5 weeks ago
Thanos5150
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 1) This civilization existed at its peak before > the Younger Dryas so it was up and running 13,000 > years ago. What metals and materials can survive > that long? How much expectation would you have to > find anything? It seems like a big ask. QuoteOrigyptian Wrote: ----------------------
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Thanos5150
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Are you using the older discredited 2.3 million > number of one of the modern accepted number of > around 590,000 stones? You are woefully misinformed Hanslune. This is not the "modern accepted number" and is a number otherwise summarily ignored by Egyptologists. But by all means provide the source
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Thanos5150
The rise Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The end of the rains and return of desert conditions throughout the Sahara after 5,500 coincides with population > return to the Nile Valley and the beginning of pharaonic and Kerma society” > This what the source you are "quoting "actually says: "The end of the rains and return of dese
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Thanos5150
Chiginn Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Can anyone enlighten me as to what the object is > that is located at the front in the bottom left > corner of this artwork "The Death of the > Firstborn” by Charles Foster, 1897? Charles Foster is the writer of the book this art was published in. The original is an 1872 painting by Sir Lawrence Alma
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Thanos5150
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To review: > > The exterior of the tower core is finely finished, > including the tops of the steps, in the same > manner as were casing stones. There is no point in > doing this if it were not meant to be a finished > product independent of the outer pyramid layer. > > > The
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2 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The question is what is the purpose of this tower > core. What is the purpose of the steps? Then why not just skip all the rest and ask these questions then? > There isn't only a single means to build a pyramid > and there isn't a single reason to build a > monument, mnemonic, or monolith in the
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Egyptologists place great weight on the "evolution > of tomb technology". Indeed they cite the fact > that the first great pyramid was stacked mastabas > as prime facie evidence that pyramids are tombs. > Following this logic would seem to suggest that > mastabas have a tower core like
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No text. ...?
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Thanos5150
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You may have an original and publication-worthy > theory in the making. Look at the pattern of the > micro-gravimetry. I trust you will recognize what > you've been looking for. Thank you. Never thought about it. A follow up to the OP later in the tread: QuoteWhile these blocks do have the appearance of
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Thanos5150
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That's because you are glued to the wrong block. > Look, I posted this for you. You don't remember. > This is the closest to evidence I can take you. I > was inches away from that spot. You....have never > been in Egypt. Take that in for a moment. Even adamantium cannot penetrate Cladking's skull. G1
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm hardly surprised you forgot the most important > reasons it's unlikely the tower was built first. And I am hardly surprised you are a dishonest idiot. I did not "forget" jack shit. > It's not only the evidence of your own eyes; look > at the picture of the surviving tower! It is not &
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So, the average block in the top 100 courses of > the Great Pyramid weighed 3.0 tons. If the average block for the entire pyramid is calculated at 2.5 tons how is it you calculate the top 100 courses at 3 tons when they comprise the overwhelming majority of the smallest blocks? The average block height of the upper
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Hello Steve. Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I am not sure what your point or question is > exactly. Please elaborate if I have missed it > (misunderstood) The point is Steve is a moron and beating up on the fringe all the time instead of discussing things of value is boring so I offer an alternative, right or wrong, for discussion
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > As a visual reference, most US residents (and many > others) are familiar with the typical ADA Ramp; it > is notable that the Anastasi I Ramp is gentler by > 0.1141% of those designed for individuals with > mobility challenges. It is evident that the > scribe’s ramp account outlines a suitabl
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I see considerable value in your crane (lever) BUT > your depictions of it have the rope rigging > completely wrong and it does not add ANY practical > mechanical advantage. Maybe you are not up to that > stage yet? (ie just making pretty but vague > concept pictures) > > Houdin envis
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
seasmith Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > > E1E2 > > E1 looks more like the actual casing foundation > for the central temple casing, while E2 is lower > but larger and can be foundation and curb. One > photo can be deceiving. By comparison the E2 casing is very rough and unfinished. The E1 would be the tower core ca
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > At Meidum, as I argue, its "function" is as a > > structure unto itself and was not originally > > intended to be a pyrmaid. > I seriously doubt this for reasons already stated. These would be your "already stated reasons": Theyt would not have built a tower if it h
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Ramps" are nonsensical twaddle that lack any sort > of substantiation. Once in a great while I am bored enough to think there is something salvageable in you but there is not. You are just bat shit crazy, plain and simple.
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This, in a nutshell, explains Herodotus' account. > The builders needed to bridge this escarpment, > which they did not need to do with the "Causeway > of Khafre" Don't be a tease Manu. Who do you think did and why?
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > And that 50% would include none of the hard > stones; the stones that had to be lifted over 80'. > A stone lifted to the top of the pyramid was six > times harder than one lifted to 80' and if they > used a straight ramp then it was SIXTY times more > work to lift because they had to build a ramp
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > For all practical purposes it IS IN FACT a > "physical impossibility", at Khafre's causeway. I was not following the conversation and the comment I was responding to did not specify where this was to happen so I was speaking in general. If one were to do these they would need locks and if locks are n
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, and where did they demonstrate they had lock > and pump technology? Not saying they did and pointing out the fact it is not a "physical impossibility" is not an endorsement of these nonsensical water schemes. But in fairness, if one were to want a canal to go uphill it stands to reason it would
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The first few courses are irrelevant. Even > building 80' tall ramps is quite easy so the first > 80' is irrelevant. But 80' defines a mastaba NOT > A 480' PYRAMID. A ramp 80ft tall, in G1's case for example, would get you 50% of the total volume of the pyramid and also bring you to the floor of the
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Since this is an important topic, I will donate a > few more photos which can be used as evidence. Snip for brevity, but thank you Manu.
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You keep telling me what an corbel arch is. No one > needs you to tell us what an arch is,   You'd think that wouldn't you.... You asked: Humm..., so I must of missed it... so why did they go through all that trouble, building those arched galleries? What purpose did they serve? Which this all start
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Thanos5150
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Thanos5150; you wrote: ”It is > describing a ramp approximately 1254ft long, 95ft > wide, and 104ft tall with a slope of roughly 8 > degrees.” > > One minor correction: A ramp 730 cubits long and > 60 cubits high has an angular rise of 4.699° (4° > 41’ 55”); however, the ramp’s
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