> There were two cliff face counterweights. They
> could easily handle the required capacity.
I would like to see how that worked. Did it use water?
> But you are ignoring the evidence and the ruins of
> a second causeway just to the east of the queens
> pyramids that obviated the need for hauling the
> stones down to the river.
We just reviewed that so called causeway. It only resembles a path, with 3? foot walls in one location. Calling it a Causeway is inappropriate. Wasn't it just a small cut, one in which the road has cut through. Was there stone on the this so called causeway?