> Corpuscles Wrote:
> > For all practical purposes it IS IN FACT a
> > "physical impossibility", at Khafre's causeway.
> So when Herodotus said they dug a canal to the
> pyramid it merely meant he was sun addled or
> didn't understand modern physics?
It does not surprise me that you did not understand the post.
I am however aware you (you poor sod) do not have the foggiest clue about physics.
Digging any canal does not accomplish the RISE from base to plateau height, which is necessary to make water level equate to pyramid level RISE of 40+metres.
They could dig to "China" and they would be going the WRONG way! Just like you!
Have you read the other things Herodotus wrote that is utterly crazy ?
But with respect to him more sensible than your BS!
> > What Steve and Cladking are proposing (LOL!
> > fantasizing ) it seems , and any other of
> > these"nonsensical water schemes", is connecting
> > a lake or moat around the pyramid.
> > The lake itself must have some height lets
> > example call it 5 metres high
> It is a known FACT there was water around the
> pyramid and channeled through the NNE Trench
> (knsti-canal) to the cliff face. Or are
> suggesting Petrie was sun addled as well. This
> might explain why his writing sounds so dated and
> he believed in a long straight ramp though.
Petrie's interesting litle channel would barely be a roadside drain, given its dimensions.
Not anything like the required super structure that you conjure in fantasy!
> > How long does it
> > take to fill a household swimming pool and
> > you need a pipe or on this scale a huge conduit
> > direct the water
> Every pound of water could lift a stone half way
> up the pyramid. This means the whole project
> would require a mere 13 million tons of water.
> For nature this isn't even a drop in the bucket.
No. You have "steps" can I remind you: (81' 3") so even if your fantasy was anything less than psychotic inane delusion then anything above the first pull would need multiple pulls. More water!
BUT as Steve Clayton claims, they had 'magic water' that ran up hill from a nearby creek it went uphill to the plateau.
So I guess anything is "possible" for you nutters?
> > Hanslune, I know has an qualified engineering
> > background, he raised the point of the
> > gates!
> > They were up to 45 metres in height . Think
> > about , ponder, that.
> Yeah, he's a qualified engineer who believes
> infrared can't see into the pyramid.
As an amateur you have some understanding of infrared tech.
Pity you are terminally obsessively INSANE!
> > MAYBE THEY HAD MAGIC superstitious water??????
> > did it with a magic spell?
> Ask the whiz kids in Amsterdam who determined ya'
> don't need no stinkin' ramp if you have wet sand
> and Lehner who believes the men slept on them.
Just thank all that is (might be) holy, that the nurses deliver your meds and you have somewhere to sleep!
Please carry on discussion with Steve, it is hilarious!
PS Did you note poster Manu's exquisite post about the attestation of the hieroglyphic word for "ramp"?
iow do I need to link it or PM it to you?
btw How are you going with finding the glyph s for "incline plane technology" that you endorse and say i in the holy words of the unknown un-evidenced race you claim built the great pyramids?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06-Apr-20 04:27 by Corpuscles.