> Hi M
. . .
> If you did, you might have a case for babbling
> "hyperdiffusionism". So long as we trust your
> expert judgement of what a "true pyramid" is
True pyramid meaning simply as the geometrical figure, so step pyramids and the Mesoamerican pyramids are not true pyramids in this sense.
> If (at some later stage) someone was to dig up the
> very computer or device that you are using to post
> this on the internet, and find others like it
> elesewhere on the planet, then that would not
> necessarily be hyperdiffusionism either!
> But, it would be very reasonable to suggest it was
> late 20th or 21st century.
> Despite the likely confusing, contrary,
> fossilized outdated DNA attached to it! ;-)
At this level of complexity, there would be a case—and there would be symbols on the case (see what I did there?) and as you note on the various components, which likely would be recognised as in common, even if they could not be read. There may be confusion with HP Sauce.
But here we’re looking at projections from the blocks which would support use of levers (or be supported by levers, depending on how you look at it). Not exactly calculus (and remember that Newton and Leibniz came up with that independently and Archimedes may have anticipated them more than was once thought). I doubt that levers needed a single point of origin either, any more than the physical laws which make them work (although theists may disagree).
> The relevance is that the invention spread via a
> planet wide communication! How does that figure in
> your archeology ? What is your exxplanation for
> it, and for the similar techniques used in pyramid
> and megalithic stone constructions in the unknown
Well, personally I’m not a hyperantidiffusionist, but you need to look at someone like Grafton Elliot Smith to see what hyperdiffusionism is.
> Further analysis would likely find lots of big
> technical words used on the hard drive too, but
> likely no one would ever make any sense out of
On most components there would be some symbols.