> I do however think that part of appreciating the
> immensity of the project, and the possibility of
> carrying it out, is understanding and appreciation
> the motivations for doing so.
You are ASSUMING the project is "immense". It looks immense only because you fervently believe that superstitious bumpkins used savage and primitive means. You BELIEVE it took exquisite planning and huge motivation because you can't even IMAGINE that they used an easy means even though an easy means is in pain sight.
Of course you don't believe understanding their stinky footed beliefs can lead to our understanding because this is the nature of superstition. You can't even acknowledge they had no words for thought or belief because you know they dragged tombs up ramps and never changed. You can't imagine a pyramid builder who washed his feet in seltzer water and natron every day.
> Your referencing your interpretation of someone
> else's translation is as unprofessional know as it
> was 15 years ago.
Let me be clear for the 1000 time; I AM NOT A PROFESSIONAL.
> More so, due to the fact that you have done
> nothing to rectify the situation or in any way
> tried tp present your ideas and DATA in a coherent
> way(it ain't hard, Steve's doing it) makes your
> reference to claptrap and manure...
Again if you can't understand how a teeter totter works then you can't understand the math.
> the immature uneducated petulant ranting that it
You should try to put words to Egyptology who didn't use modern technology until it was a century old and now five years later still won't allow publication of the results that real science paid for!!! What did Hawass do when he stormed out of the meeting with Mr Hancock? What words do you have for his behavior? Was it "professional"? Was it adult?
Now you'll ignore every word in this post, too.