> I can't
> > > how
> > > > anyone can dismiss Stock's hypothesis
> > > logically.
> > > >
> > > > Harte
> > >
> > > I agree, and there's NO doubt that granite
> > be,
> > > (and was) cut using the methods Stocks
> > > etc.
> > >
> > >
> > > The Fringe is still in denial on this one,
> > > logic is rarely, if ever, used by them for
> > > anything.
> > Glad you chimed in. I was beginning to wonder
> > what Hans and Solenhofen were doing on the Icke
> > forum.
> > Harte
> Glad to 'help'.
> (I sometimes wonder what I'm doing here.)
Obviously since you and Harte are so certain of the logic of how these things were done then whilst you both are here you can explain how to make one of these:
Perfectly balanced diorite
Porphory (how do you get the "tool" in and carve the handle?)
Here is a quote from Petrie:
"...the lathe appears to have been as familiar an instrument in the fourth dynasty, as it is in the modern workshops."
Basalt (note the lathe marks)
I am looking forward to learning this masterful logic and the obvious methods I can learn from you learned chaps