Date: March 05, 2020 12:52AM
For the record, I'm in agreement that the most likely approach to building which is the most efficient, is the ground up 3D printer style, which makes the process management of all the precision and chamber alignment much harder, but I'm fairly confident from what I've seen them do, that it was in their wheelhouse to have fully designed, and process managed and adapted the assembly for that efficiency.
And I picture some kind of lifting system along the sides, (all sides simultaneously), where the casing stones along those routes were left off during the lifting 'system', and replaced last after it was done. That's what I picture.
Also, I'm open to the idea that they had more complex mechanical advantage, metals, etc. that have long disintegrated in the archiological record, so these discussions are only the enjoyable mental exercise of solving the 'how would we do it in a swiss family Robinson sort of way'.
Hi Open mind,
I have been careful, not to plunge into my Funicular Causeway. This allows you to move stones from up the Nile, all the way to the 4 base sides of the G2 pyramid, and never need any men pulling and/or removing the stones from the barges. All you would need is water, and knowledge.
Are you familiar with my Funicular system?