> Actually I read it - all part of you make believe
> fantasy - you are now twisting the results to
> desperately make your prediction seem
> real....somehow, in someway you need to make it
> possible, that is all you need 'possible'.
This is all non sequitur as you might know if you had read my post during the time the post counter never budged. It's par for the course for you since all your posts are non sequitur, irrelevant, illogical, and/ or, counterfactual.
The muon results are have no direct meaning to my theory other than possibly to refine it.
> Now I predicted you'd do exactly that some years
> ago and unlike you I keep the links to MY
Did you figure the sun would come up?
> I would suggest you recall what you said on July
> 9th at 8:59 ---- 2016 about where the Lynx was
I would suggest you try to understand or at least read my posts before you comment.
The PT did not state the size or shape of Mafdet. I am working with data that Egyptologists are doing their level best to suppress or never gather in the first place. It took decades of sitting in their ivory towers before they could be bothered to let real scientists use ancient technology (thermal imaging) and pay for it themselves. Now that they did it and did all the work Egyptology won't let them release the results. There's no microscopic forensics, no barometric study, no chemical results, and no ultra-violet imaging. They simply aren't applying modern knowledge and technology to the pyramid so we are all left to ponder what might exist and kowtow to the brilliance of Egyptologists as they parse the ancient language.
Yet, somehow, you see this and my accurate predictions about the thermal anomalies as the source of the problem. I might just have to go back to ignoring you and each of your inane non sequiturs.
If you want to blame someone for our utter lack of any answers and the widespread belief that superstition made stone draggers strong then why not blame the folks who are bringing you no evidence rather than me or the Japanese scientists?