> I understand you are deep into their religion... I
> am OK with that.
> I only understand Reality.
> Example. Pick up a heavy stone. Now hold it over
> your foot. Drop it, and tell me how much of a
> difference your belief system made.
> Once you stop jumping around in agony, maybe you
> will understand how my belief system works.
Believers in ancient superstition will never understand this. This is why they talk about a "3000 year civilization made strong through their beliefs and culture". Believers in all things Egyptology don't care about infrastructure. They don't care about efficiency, logic, or reality but only about the strength imparted by their "shared beliefs" in their gods. They'll rarely say that they mustta used ramps because they honestly believe it doesn't matter how they built the pyramids and besides it was ramps anyway. It simply doesn't matter if you show ramps are inefficient, illogical, and contradict all the physical evidence because their ramps suddenly morph into something completely different until the subject is changed. Then ramps magically reappear able to take any shape or leap over the tallest buildings in a single bound.
They use tactics, semantics, and dirty tricks and believe they've won the argument. They think if they invoke their beliefs just right they can win any arguments sans facts or logic.
As soon as you don't throw in the towel and bow to their their beliefs they'll use ad hominens and pretend only their "evidence" counts. They'll tell you they've proven there were ramps and it doesn't matter how they were built since they were built and it was ramps anyway. The people were apparently so ignorant they never thought of doing it the way that is clearly evidenced that they did do it. Stones were pulled up to the pyramid and then pulled straight up the sides. Imagine the evidence says they pulled stones straight up but it mustta been ramps!!!
The man with two feet is king in the land of hopping.