> Hanslune Wrote:
> The closest thing I ever said to this is that it
> is "apparent" that they used sails in the boat
> pits to reset the EMPTY cliff face counterweights
> to which they point. Sails generate tons of
> force and the empty counterweights were very
> light. These pits are not only shaped to the
> task and in the perfect location for the tedium of
> resetting the counterweights but they catch the
> wind whipping on the backside of the pyramid to
> maximize even the slightest breeze. This is
> probably why they buried "Overseers of Boats" at
> Giza rather than "overseers of stone draggers".
> It is very important to go with the actual
> EVIDENCE and logic rather than dredging up belief
> from the later times.
> > Cladking use to scream all the time: "Only
> > evidence, logic, experience, and experiment can
> > lead to true knowledge. Everything else is a
> > belief".
> And it still falls on deaf Egyptologists.
..but you don't do experiments so you admit all of your screaming is about your beliefs?
I mean we've done experiments based on what you said - and they didn't work but you ignore that don't you?
...and you never could quite figure out how they would control a huge kite that could lift a multi-ton water carrier carrying what 16 or 32 tons of water? Right I mean they could have made that out of ceramic and just dumped it over a steep slope and when it hit the bottom - that water wouldn't have stressed a wood structure at all. LOL
Cladking there is a reason you always refused to provide your data and research and especially the drawing because even you know your ideas are crap.