> What we see is that before, during, and after the
> construction of the great pyramids, G1 included,
> that with every exposed pyramid we see the same
> basic stepped tower core construction method which
> there is no reason to expect the great pyramids,
> including G1, to be any different. What this means
> is that the core facing blocks are not stacked in
> horizontal courses deck by deck until you get to
> the top, but rather vertically in rows
> around a multi-stage tower core.
So how the hell do you go from this to "they mustta used ramps"?
All pyramids have steps>
They mustta used ramps>
Steps are irrelevant>
They mustta used ramps.
> Further to consider about G1 and G2, as was Abu
> Roash, is that they were built by incorporating a
> preexisting natural outcrop core.
How very fortuitous that there just happened to be a pyramid shaped mountain right where they wanted to build.
Where is there any evidence at all of a pyramid shaped mountain?
> The point is that when considering construction
> methods and sequences for G1 (and G2) what needs
> to be taken into account is that at least 23% of
> the volume was already there which is a number
> based on the total volume of the pyramid.
This is an Egyptological smokescreen. First they imagine that there is a mountain uinder the pyramid and then they forget that the amount of work required to lift a pyramid is the weight TIMES THE HEIGHT. Stone on the ground saves almost no work at all except in the quarry. They emit this illogic to bolster their primary theory that they mustta used ramps.
> In conclusion, some of you will read this and
> ignore what is said and only focus on the minutia
> that does not conform to you pet theories and
> pedantically argue accordingly.
I'm guessing what you mean is any hypothesis that doesn't involve ramps need not be aired. It doesn't matter how many steps are on how many pyramids because men can't drag stone up a 70 degree incline. They need ramps to work and stink up their feet.
> The point is
> that when thinking of theories of how G1 was
> constructed, how all of the pyramids were
> built must be considered, not only as it applies
> to them all, meaning whatever system is used must
> also apply to the rest, but also how what we see
> in these other pyramids applies to G1.
Now you have the idea!
Just get all those tiny little piles of rubble and stone out of your consideration and you're on the right track.
> of how amazing G1 is, it did not fall out of the
> sky and belongs to a greater whole that must
> equally be accounted for.
All the great pyramids are said to appear to have virtually fallen out of the sky. I don't know how they could look like this buried under mountains of ramps.