> "Why do you think, there would be a need to
> "disassemble" the causeway, once the Pyramid was
> because all remnants of the construction that were
> not an essential part of the complex were cleaned
> up. If they had not been these conversations
> would not have to take place.
> Here is your math
> at 50 metres 80% of the Volume was in place.
Yes, that is what Franz Lohen estimated...
> If one allows for a hive like make up of solid
> interspersed with sand and marl filled cavity,
> thus reducing the overall piece count to closer to
> 1.5 million..
The general amount listed is: First, let's look at the blueprint: The pyramid is 756 feet long on each side, 481 feet high, and composed of 2.3 million stones weighing nearly 3 tons each for a total mass of 6.5 million tons. You will find very few individuals in agreement of only 1.5 million stones.
> one only has to allow for a 100,000 or less pieces
> in the upper levels
> at 100metres 97% of the volume is in place
> 20+ years. 24 hours a day ( more of the heavier
> work at night)
24 hours day and night?
> add one heck of a lot of organisation
> clear easily followed templates and instructions
> and a well fed and nurtured dedicated work force
> no problem, to my thinking. And I don't have to
> prove any negatives
There is no need to ask you to prove anything. The job at hand, was to determine a TIME STUDY. As in, how fast were the men traveling. Did they ever rest? And, how many times was this nessasary? :) You, as I predicted, would not be able to supply a Time Study.
So, 38% less stones, and they worked around the clock, pulling stones up hill for 20 years.
What you supplied is nothing close to a practical time study. Just a short list of assumptions, and Franz Lohen's estimates.