> Your hypothesis is an inferior version of Frank
> Lohnrs except that you replace the "rope roll"
> with a wider girth rotating pulley or windlass
> contraption. (that's smart)
> The deficiency is that he has the weight of the
> pullers going down a steep slope (using their
> You have them pulling but at the top say 120m they
> only have 36m space to haul by arm not by
> So when the rock went up say to 72 m height,
> how did the rocks get taken to their specific
> YOU are going to say the AE dragged them there !?
> They didn't have an unworkable debunked funicular
> on top to the pyramid to place them . They hauled
> dragged them!
What is this, more inviting cladking to talk about ramps so the same certain people can complain when he does?
Well, try not to ask as if it must have never happened if Steve doesn't happen to know the answer. It obviously did happen, and for those of us allergic to aliens, I'm sure there must be a simple, rational explanation?
Perhaps this is where murals of many people pulling weight on sleds with something being poured beneath the rails as if to expedite transport comes into the picture?
Don't tell me the orthodox view here is so desperate for the illusion of a win that they're going to forsake orthodoxy now?
If you ask me, the page from Lehner's TCP probably should be considered an embarrassment to Egyptology. I'm not going to count how many preposterous ramp theories are all gathered together on that page from section on how the pyramids were built, but obviously most of them are likely to be wrong.
Silly me, I simply cannot see the point of dragging a stone around a corner on a ramp for the sixteenth time to get it to the top or building a ramp whose volume is an absurdly large fraction of that of the whole pyramid.
I think about all you are doing by pointing out further difficulties in moving material around is highlighting just how important every labor-saving maneuver that cladking and Steve can come up with really is.
rodz and DavidK Ancient Measures - Jim Alison on the Remen [grahamhancock.com] - Jim Wakefield From The Rollrights to Stonehenge
Peter Harris Visions of Time - Megalithic Foot - Megalithic Portal - Geoff Bath An Alternative Route to the Megalithic Yard
Mercurial Mercurial Pathways - Glanymor1948 Skhane.org - Jiri Mruzek Prehistoric Science