> Aren't you guilty of doing the same thing that you
> accuse the Egyptologist of doing? Presenting one
> solution as being exclusively correct, to the
> exclusion of alternative interpretations?
No. I am not.
Egyptology says that they could only have used ramps and interpret all the evidence in these terms. There best "evidence" that they actually used ramps is the fact that there are no ramps in evidence because they were removed after construction.
I am saying ramps to build great pyramids are highly illogical because they are highly inefficient. I am saying that there is so much evidence stacked up against the usage of ramps to have built these that they are debunked; there is a preponderance of evidence that shows ramps are highly unlikely to have been used.
But it hardly stops with debunking ramps. I can also show strong evidence in the gravimetric scan that these are five step pyramids and logically the steps must represent a necessary aspect of construction.
Of course any reasonable person would agree with me that "clearly" it appears they pulled stones straight up the sides of five step pyramids. Of course the contention is not yet proven but then Egyptology is not gathering and releasing data either. They've done nothing in terms of science to determine how these were built since 1987 when Dr Bui performed his testing. More data will continue to do what all data has done for over a century; disprove ramps were used to lift stones.
More data will probably support my contentions because my contentions are more in keeping with the existing evidence and logic. My contentions produce accurate predictions where Egyptological contentions produce mysteries. This probably won't stop now.
Of course I can be wrong. Only Egyptology is always right. Only the status quo is recognized truth.
The irony is that if I had started years ago with this post I'd have probably been taken seriously. But years ago I didn't know as much as I do now and I didn't know it because I didn't understand the ancient authors. So now people resist these obvious truths because they can't accept the idea that they can be so wrong about ancient people and themselves.