> Its a terrible waste of an opportunity. They hold
> in their hands all the information necessary to
> prove that these ancients couldn't have had the
> ability to do any of the real megalithic work, and
> would be among the most valuable opinions to
> validate the existence of an ancient advance
> But if any of them attempt this, the rest of them
> descend and dismantle. That's the part I find sad
> but funny. Every one of them holds a heavy gold
> bar in their hands and none of them can gain any
> value beyond using it as a paper weight.
> The world is waiting with baited breath to adorn
> them with vast riches in payment for their
> academic contribution to the paradigm shift, and
> petty peer pressure condemns them to the cognitive
> dissonance club of mediocrity.
Apparently you have a great deal of knowledge about all this information they hold in their hands?
Re: "This ancient advanced civilization"
What sort of clothes did they wear?
What sort of food did they eat with what cooking utensils?
What machinery did they possess?
What language did they speak and write?
How and where did they travel?
Why did they build massive temples and create statues of strange figures?
As Warwick put it ( but more succinctly elsewhere);
Egyptology studies what evidence exists (extant) and gathers the pieces together to form a picture.
(Yes there are unknowns like missing jigsaw puzzle pieces, but enough to get the overall impression)
CT's fringe writers deal with the completely unknown and imaginary!
Alternative historians ( albeit GH being one of the best of them) have limited knowledge of many facets (eg such as language) and create fantasy books and speaking engagements and create mysteries for even less knowledgeable gullible folk to pay money to fantasise about.
How did they cut it and move it.... is unknown until there is definite better evidence!
Who did it? - obviously the known identified Ancient Egyptians and cannot be completely unidentified someone's who left without a trace!
There is nothing to debate.