> Hi Thanos5150,
> First, you need to understand, a Water Funicular
> does not require a lower middle section to work.
> It has no bearing on it at all.
And yet it was so important to you before but now that you understand it was not how you thought it was then all of a sudden it has "no bearing"? Nice. Here's another photo for you to chew on:
> So they fabricated the causeway based on no
> evidence, for the tourists. The restoration was
> not based on understanding, the stone which
You can see by the older photos obviously something is not the same....Regardless, what are you arguing with me for-if your theory relies on the G2 causeway then find the original reports and see what they say instead of looking at modern photos you don't even understand and just making shit up. That's just me I guess.
> So, no Causeway for moving stones?
I didn't say that, per se', but you are equating what is seen today to the state it would have been in when stones would have been moved on it which are clearly not the same. What is strange to me is that after all the time you have invested in your artwork you haven't made the effort to look at the original reports. Oh, but these things do not matter I am sure.
> referring to, ( a roof) is work performed after
> the Causeway, was no longer required for building
> the Pyramid.
Now you are starting to get it Steve. But no, not just the "roof" but the walls and finished flooring.
> I do not agree with anything you said. Believe
> what you want.
Wow-not a thing. Lol. But what did I say exactly Steve? You do not agree with facts, common sense, and photographic evidence? But by all means please list the things I have said in the course of this exchange that you do not agree with and also what you think constitutes a "belief" on my part.
> This makes for better reading...
> Ref: [www.touregypt.net]
Than your thread? Regardless, how odd. Did you actually read it yourself Steve? What makes it "better reading" exactly?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 16-Mar-20 17:06 by Thanos5150.