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cladking Wrote:
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> Of course the paradigm is counting the
> numbers of angels that can stand on the head of a
> pin and parsing the PT while in complete agreement
> that the ancients were superstitious and dragged
> tombs up ramps.


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There are a lot of possibilities here but Egyptology has simply pronounced it a tomb dragged up ramps by changeless and superstitious bumpkins because this is easier than doing real science and running real tests on the pyramid. Besides the ancients only spoke gobbledty gook that can't be understood even after a century of intensive study so it's established fact they were superstitious. Since it's assumed they mustta used ramps it's established fact they were too primitive and backward to be building anything but tombs.

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I can smell somebody saying "cultural context" almost as soon and as strongly as "ramp".

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Even if Egyptologists did the science they'd suppress the results until they could explain them in terms of changeless superstitious bumpkins dragging tombs up ramps.

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Even considering there were no ramps is revolutionary and impossible to Egyptologists. Once ramps and tombs are removed from their perspective there is nothing at all left and no means of framing a discussion.

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They're so busy trying and failing to show stinky footed bumpkins dragging tombs up ramps they have no time for real science.

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After dragging all those stones up the ramps they must-have had they mustta had stinky feet. And no one can be more stinky footed than modern people living in heated offices with shoes, socks, and tinea.

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Indeed if you point out that their "cultural context" is just gobbledty gook spewing forth from stinky footed bumpkins they are also insulted for the culture they invented.

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Even with evidence and logic I can't win an argument because everyone knows the stinky footed bumpkins could only have used ramps.

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Sure they can use all sorts of weasel words and et als when they write rather than ever making an actual statement but when it comes to stinky footed bumpkins dragging tombs up ramps these are set in stone....

There are never any et als to say the pyramids were tombs and they don't need no stinkin' evidence to to state categorically that they mustta been dragged up ramps....

Afterall it's only logical that once a stinky footed bumpkin, always a stinky footed bumpkin.

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Let me answer that question for the 1000th time; it's because every single thing in the paradigm is founded on the four assumptions that the great ptyramids are tombs dragged up ramps by superstitious and changeless people....

They can't because they can only tell us what is in the database and it's built on quicksand. It's built by individuals who can't even get a degree in the field unless they believe in tombs, ramps, and superstition....

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They believe that the builders were superstitious....It's not really possible they'd remove large amounts of earth from the base of G2 and then fill the created void with ramping material. Doubly so since ramps are debunked.

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The great pyramid builders were gobbledty gook spouting stinky footed bumpkins who dragged tombs up ramps and never changed.

This is just the last 7 days.

Lets break it down one step further:
1)...parsing the PT while in complete agreement that the ancients were superstitious and dragged tombs up ramps.
2)...tomb dragged up ramps by changeless and superstitious bumpkins....
3)...superstitious...mustta used ramps...anything but tombs.
4)...changeless superstitious bumpkins dragging tombs up ramps.
5)...ramps and tombs...
6)...stinky footed bumpkins dragging tombs up ramps....
7)...dragging all those stones up the ramps...mustta had stinky feet.
8)...stinky footed bumpkins...
9)...stinky footed bumpkins could only have used ramps.
10)...stinky footed bumpkins dragging tombs up ramps...mustta been dragged up ramps....stinky footed bumpkin....
11)...tombs dragged up ramps by superstitious and changeless people...tombs, ramps, and superstition....
12)...superstitious...ramps are debunked.
13)...stinky footed bumpkins who dragged tombs up ramps and never changed.

And this is just the last 7 days. Which says nothing of your equally repetitive hobby horsing nonsense day after day about evil Egyptology and how they never do real science et al.

And you all think the reason why the "establishment" could care less what you buffoons say on an internet forum or bush-league books is really because they are "threatened" that your "revolutionary ideas" based on no scholarship and complete and utter self-absorbed delusional BS is because they are "afraid" it might somehow overturn "established paradigms"??? Lol. Get a good nights sleep because I can promise you this is not the reason.

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