> Both orthodox and alternative evidence points to
> them being built during III - IV dynasty Egypt.
> Alternative like authors Bauval and their
> astronomy alignments working out to 2600 - 2500
> BC. Orthodox with all the archeological findings
> including carbon dating etc.
Carbon dating is the only evidence you mentioned, and there are serious flaws in the methodology in the C14 studies that have been published so far. What other evidence do you know of that points to OK?
> The real problem with the pyramids is explaining
> how the ancients knew what they knew. Going back
> in time does not solve things. Going front in time
> seem to solve things but then we would have to
> explain time travel.
Depends on what you mean by "knew what they knew". It's clear that to build those things, you not only need to know how to build them, you need to have the means to build them. So the problem isn't only how they knew all that, it's that there is no physical evidence in the artifacts or even a single eyewitness account of such construction during the OK.
Why do you say going back in time doesn't solve things? It's certainly clear that going "front in time" doesn't solve it. In the very least, it still doesn't address the who, why, and how.
> they couldn't have => older
> Simply does not work.
> The reason is that if we are referring to very
> advanced beings , time is not a problem, and we
> don't know exactly how they relate to time.
The point is that we have no reason to rule out a very ancient intelligence which has since been absorbed/resorbed/forgotten. Meanwhile, the evidence of such an ancient intelligence is there in their stonework which also supports the lack of less durable artifacts.
> I think others have referred to the Sumerians.
> I am currently working on a different - parallel
> maybe "player", on a different continent.
> I think we can root this type of information
> millennia before the Old Kingdom. But once again
> the answer is not another indigenous
> civilization(rooting from Earth).
I can't wait to hear about it!
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?