Date: January 07, 2017 09:09PM
Steve Clayton Wrote:
> It's up to us, to
> make them wonder and be more interested in other
> possibilities. Many will not listen, though slowly
> they may change.
This is what really concerns me. There are almost unlimited possibilities for how the great pyramids were built but they just picked one of the less likely means and stick to it. "It mustta been ramps" because these people lacked science and basic understanding of mechanics. They lacked complex knowledge and were highly superstitious. They didn't even have the language of science and spoke in magic, incantation, and gods. So it's very apparent they used a brutish and the least complex possible means to lift stones. They simply don't care that this means isn't evidenced and the word didn't even exist. They don't care that dragging stones on ramps is incredibly inefficient since they were just brutes motivated by superstition anyway.
This means no other way to build pyramids will be considered. It means they don't need to run scientific tests to see how they were built since they already have the answer. It means they don't need to respond to their critics because they have a science and ramps are state of the art. It means it's easier to commission studies showing it might have been ramps, relocate the stone draggers, and invent wet sand than to apply science.
Where are the results of the muon scanning? Are they being withheld until they fit the paradigm because no gold was found? I'm sure everyone could be more patient about the results if they hadn't been sitting on data for 15 months and withholding the current data for weeks now. I'm sure patience would be easier if they used this technology when it was new half a century ago!!!
Well...we are just at their mercy. That is a shame, as there is so much to look at, and analyze.
>since they were just brutes motivated by superstition anyway.
Yes, that seems to be the current explanation. I really have a problem with that, as I see a higher intelligence present in mathematics and engineering. I have always felt, it only takes a few really smart individuals in society, to make a big difference. They seem to imagine brutes rather than intelligence. This also leads many to think, they were also incapable of building the Pyramids. They have ingrained that into our minds. Maybe that is true, who knows for sure. All of use base our opinions on what we have been told of the AE. We start from there and then develop our own ideas. Just to except their conclusions, stops much debate.
Ya, what did happen to the muon scanning? Did the muon go mum?
Wet sand...It amazes me how they can make such a big deal over wet sand. As if, they never pulled anything after it rained, or after the Nile retreated. I just shake my head in bewilderment. This from a higher educated forum. It really makes you wonder.
What a major discovery. LOL