Date: March 05, 2020 05:55PM
"Ramp theories aren't really stupid by nature but the "stupidest" theorists tend to invent ramp theories. Many of these theories even neglect having a means for the workers to get down"
assuming they could drag a block up the ramp, why couldn't they simply walk down the ramp?
You really are too much
Yes they could. Here are a few other alternatives.
In the first picture, they simply used the same method the blocks used. Men may have been required to stay the night on the top of the Pyramid. Or, the other platform could be pre loaded with weight, with the rope(s) cinched. Even cinched at the base using another rope, which would free the lynch pin. All aboard, and away we go. LOL
The 2nd picture, involves a workable walking grade of 4.6degrees. It wraps a long distance and uses to much wood. Besides, for this to even work, the Cap stones are not in place. Over time, I have decided it would be much easier to place them as they built, than to attempt do this from the top down. There is no room to work!
Which would you prefer? I research all this stuff, and take the time to illustrate, subject to time and effort studies.