What I am saying is that no Egyptologist has ever proposed a comprehensive means of building a pyramid that wouldn't result in numerous cummulative errors and is consistent with the evidence. Their ideas are highly esheresque and morph and change even as they are still being presented. Many of these theories have no provision for millions of men to get down from the pyramid top and amount to little more than counting how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.
Yes, I believe I've solved some of these issues and have debunked the usage of ramps but until real science happens this is much more like a belief that facts and logic sometimes amounts to truth. I don't know but this is how I try to live my life; intuitive logic leaping from fact to fact. If there were more facts it would be more obvious there were no ramp, no tombs, and no superstitious people. The exact means to accomplish most of the feats should become evident. Whatever these means are will probably include simple primitive ways to keep cummulative error out of the work but this is an assumption. For all I know they used lasers or burrowing line segments.