> Can a carpenter make soup??
You won't understand this because it's far beyond your beliefs but let me try to address the one relevant point in your post;
Making soup isn't rocket science. Just add meat, vegetables, and a little experience or common sense and put it over a fire. People have been making soup for a very long time and recipes are passed to father to son or from generation to generation. Believe it or not very good soup doesn't even need a recipe since soup very much makes itself in the heat of the fire or any other type of heat source.
ANYONE at all can make soup.
What anyone can't do is invent agriculture so there is meat and vegetables for the pot. Not just anyone can invent ceramics so there's a pot to cook in. Not just anyone can make soup to feed hungry pyramid builders because someone had to invent pyramids too. And they had to invent cities in order to locate workers to build. If everyone were living in caves or woods it would be impossible to find enough workers to build even a tiny pyramid.
These things require highly complex knowledge and the acquisition of such knowledge obviously requires more than just Looking and Seeing what's what. Making soup is easy. Carpentry isn't especially complex. But inventing a society and pyramid building culture is most highly improbable to have arisen through trial and error.
There are only two choices to understand how the Egyptians acquired knowledge. We must either reverse engineer the great pyramids though the systematic application of modern science and instrumentation OR we must come to understand the gobbledty gook that Egyptology says is ancient thinking. Egyptology REFUSES to do the former and is INCAPABLE of doing the latter and never even noticed that there are no abstractions in the language!!!
So we're left with questions and no answers. We ridicule anyone who doesn't accept dogma while maintaining a "theory" that is absurd on its face. We ignore the fact that stones were pulled straight up the sides while fixating on the means to get stones to the base of the pyramids. We ignore logic and imagine they used highly savage and unevidenced means to build.
They DID IN FACT have "science" and all science requires a metaphysics. Superstition destroys and can never create anything and MOST ESPECIALLY it will never create knowledge.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 30-May-20 14:13 by cladking.