> So, I didnt mention any evidence in that video?
Well that depends on your definition of 'evidence'. By my definition, no, you nor anyone else has presented solid evidence.
I couldn't find the time to watch all of your video, only the first 30 min. The evidence presented is circumstantial, at best. Small bits and pieces requiring creative assumptions to conclude the pyramids were tombs.
Found were a mummified foot & humerus. Two bones do not a king make. Almost 200 bones are missing. Wasn't the foot C14 dated to several hundred years after Djoser's death? And weren't they found in the so-called burial chamber which is really just a box made of pink granite 9'x5'? They say the lid had a hole large enough for a body but there is no room for a sarcophagus. And this hole was plugged with a 3 ton plug which was in place when discovered yet looters managed to find their way in? How thoughtful of them to replace the plug. OK, foot and humerus are not evidence of a king or the Step Pyramid being intended as a tomb. Later a gold plated skull & soles were found. Found where? Or is this an insignificant detail, since all that's needed is a bone fragment found anywhere to prove they were tombs. I see no sense in mentioning the other "evidence" of Djoser's "tomb" because it is so flimsy. You people think any box is a sarcophagus.
Hetepheres alabaster sarcophagus
You say there are only 3 alabaster sarcophagi and the other two were for royalty. So this one must also have contained royalty. No no, this is not evidence, it's pure assumption. Especially since the sarcophagus was found empty. Empty sarcophagus is not evidence. In fact it is an uninscribed BOX, not a "sarcophagus". Would it be worthwhile to research what was found inside the other two alabaster boxes? I doubt it.
4 skull fragments, partial jaw bone, hip, rib and finger bones and an ankle bone. 10 bone pieces do not a king make. There is no way to tell if these were Sneferu. You say the linen wrappings are 4th dyn style. What style exactly IS 4th dyn? Were the linens embroidered with name and date? And how can you tell since they're burnt? The logic is totally circular. You say these remains are contemporary with 4th dyn because not everyone had access to burial chambers. Well obviously everyone DID because they are looted and burned.
Egyptology takes a piece from here, from there and across the way and with tremendous imagination puts the pieces together in a bizarre Picasso like painting. You use the piece from here to prove the piece from over there which proves the piece from across the way. Around and around you go.
No, it's not evidence at all. It's fragments of bone, linen, and empty boxes. And yes it is true that a mummy has not been found in a pyramid. Only a few pieces of bone in a few pyramids.