> At least the Funicular concept can be shown to
> work. I dare anyone to show me how winding ramps
> would work.
> It's absurd on the face of it. Men cannot pull 2
> tons up a 4-6 degree angle, much less, do so for
> nearly a mile, and hold a speed rate necessary for
> the proverbial 1 stone every 3 minutes. Only the
> Funicular, can provide that and more...
> Prove me wrong...
> If they wish to continue believing in something
> which cannot be shown to work, then they have
> plenty of company.
> I have come into a new realization. The Pyramid
> face angle, and the Causeway angle, were
> established before any construction took place.
> They are in direct relationship, to having a 0.05
> - 0.06 COF. Increase the amount of stones, and
> water weight needed to pull them, and you will
> always end up with the same 0.50 - 0.06 COF. A
> (State of Equilibrium). This manageable ratio of
> COF may have come about by trial and error. Those
> 4 pits, 2 on each side of Khafre's Temple,
> correspond to the sizes required to perform the
> lift. They likely contained Water Barges, and not
> Solar Barges.
> The more I look into this, the more pieces of the
> puzzle, fall into place. At some point, when no
> current proposal can be shown to work, and another
> one does, it become a simple process of
> elimination. That is, if they can give up their
> unproven method. Stone pullers, have been pounded
> into our heads, for many years. Flat land, not
> such a problem. Uphill for 1 mile, and it becomes
> impossible. They equate 1 picture of a statue
> being pulled, and extrapolate that, into working
> on spiral ramps. What I really find funny is, they
> make no effort to explain why a Causeway was
> required, which took 10 years to build. All the
> stones were pulled from quarries underneath the
> level of the Pyramids, other than those from the
> chocolate quarry next to Khafre. Surprisingly,
> they gloss over that. If it wasn't necessary to
> pull stones up and out of the quarries, then why
> the Causeway? A dirt path, with wood planks every
> 3-4 feet would suffice. Isn't that the latest
> proposal. Water on wood planks, and/or water on
> If it were that simple, you would not need a
> Causeway. Would anyone like to deny the example
> below. It reveals, yes the Funicular is possible.
> Please show me how spiral ramps are possible.
> Please note, in all these year, no one has taken
> me up on this challenge.
> You would think someone would. But the fact
> is....they can't. They would look foolish doing
> so, and will not be able to provide, any kind of a
> time study, as it is unworkable.
We're now living in a strange new world where witchdoctors and voodoo define reality and prescribe the medicine we're all forced to take. Medicine that keeps us in line like cattle to the slaughter. We believe we are led by individuals steeped in reason and science while in fact they have motives that mostly will reduce cattle and make the world safe to be led about by the nose. "Ramps" would be a hell of a way to spend one's life and if 50,000 of us couldn't have done it they'd have just assign a million more.
It seems most people would rather be told what to do than to think for themselves. And we are told that it's always been this way.
It doesn't matter that there's no logic and no evidence for ramps because modern voodoo just throws more money at current beliefs to prop them up. Why not install posts, add water, or pull even harder if it will make "ramps" work. It's simply appalling to imagine there was no work lifting stones. So nobody should look at the actual physical evidence or consider the logic and heaven forfend anyone should see the witchdoctor behind the curtain. We must go on believing that "they mustta used ramps" is the only unassailable logic in existence. Nevermind it is obvious stones were pulled straight up the sides of five step pyramids and then they were finished from the top down exactly as is preserved historically and in the physical evidence and logic.
We've been sold a bill of goods far more outrageous and far more damaging than was sold to any stinky footed bumpkin who ever dragged a single stone up a pyramid. We are shackled by our beliefs. The language of the pyramid builders had no words for "belief". Even the word "ramp" is unattested from the age of pyramid construction.