> The sad thing is the discussion here is among the
> best on the net. Yet it's really a lot of guesses
> and people talking right past one another. I
> frequent a great number of sites and have looked
> at others following up leads. These sites range
> from woo to pure science and this site is one of
> the best for discussion and presenting real facts,
> information, interesting opinion, and great
> insight. Frankly the uTube that Pete Vanderzwet
> posted does fall into the category since it does
> present some real facts and some interesting
That's good to know, saves me the time of looking at other forums and saves me some exasperation. But if this is the best, what does that say for our so-called modern progressive world?
Pete's video isn't bad, it's just shallow, IMO. I expect more in this age of available information. I expect an Egyptologist to be on top of the latest studies. And worse, I expect them to be willing to examine all evidence without presumption. But it seems their job is just to memorize the opinions of the popular authorities.
> Posts like yours are insightful and oftimes
> As improbable as it seems I think we should all
> remember there is some chance that Egyptology is
> essentially correct. Of course there wrong that
> lack of ramps proves they were built with ramps
> and lack of bodies proves they were robbed because
> they were tombs. But their assumptions/
> conclusions could be correct despite the
It is a dangerous path to travel, to accept their conclusions. For the one huge reason that the entire time frame of mankind's history in Europe, Asia and Africa is based on their assumptions. These conclusions form the skeleton for all of Mesopotamia and Europe basically throwing us into a dark age that precludes any possibility of learning the truth which would be enlightening to civilization today. Truth is essential if we are to progress as a society.