- I do not... I trust that from centuries of dusty digging and remains analysis, Egyptology knows a great deal about the Dynastic Egyptian civilization, and I believe them when they say that they were a relatively uncivilized society incapable of high tech wonders.
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?
All good questions. But I've been intrigued by the reasonable suggestion that if an advanced civilization existed before the flood, and as it was an ice age, they lived in highly vulnerable coastal areas, that the evidence of the cataclism 12,600 and 11,500 years ago is strongly suggesting that any evidence of their existence will be very hard to find.
I appreciate Egyptology's commitment to focusing on the bird in hand. It makes it easier to distinguish between their real data and their leaps.
"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! "
- I appreciate statements like this because it clarifies the parameters of your investigation and makes it easier to understand what you know and what you don't know. Saying that finding remains of a group of people next to a pyramid is sufficient evidence that they were the builders of that pyramid is easy to say. Saying its a reasonable conclusion simply because you have no other alternative is the most honest way of putting it. But its clearly an admission of having no idea, and it is appreciated.
There IS nothing to debate. You have been completely clear.