> I am not so sure a Battleship can float in a
> teaspoon of water? You would need to explain that
> a little clearer for me to understand.
In real life you'd need a few hundred gallons of water to float a battleship in order to overcome surface tension and the like. But the concept is sound enough. You merely make a container the shape of the hull of the ship and put a little water in it. Now you slowly lower the ship into the container until a little water is pressed out the top. The ship is now floating in a tiny amount of water and the container is supplying the back forces necessary to keep it in the water. The ship is displacing the amount of water that would otherwise be in the container. It has displaced exactly as much volume as its weight.
Few people understand how scientific "laws" fit together. They believe they understand reality but few even understand experiment and nobody understands reality.
> The mountain, if you wish to call it that, was
> part of a investigation and survey of the Giza
> Plateau. How much of it could have been
> speculation, I do not know.
It's all speculation. It's not even based on Look and See Science but more Look and Guess Science. That there is a rise under G1 is certain but its height is unknown except in a very few places and nowhere do these "knowns" constitute a mountain. As previously stated any possible rise under G1 is irrelevant anyway because it just displaces stone at the bottom and means stones have to be pulled uphill to even get to the bottom.
It's just part of the smokescreen generated to hide the facts and the nature of the true pyramids; the great pyramids.
> I thought you might enjoy this. How many teams do
> you see? And, at what speed are they possibly
> traveling, to place those stones every 3 minutes?
> What grade is that?
First off I'd guess they'd need twice as many men to move this stone at all.
> This "Ramp" absurdity never ends.
People are married to ramps. They wouldn't even want to live in a world without ramps so now cosmologists propose there are an infinite number of pyramids built with ramps but not one single pyramid in the entire cosmos built by aliens or by funiculars. There are none where men just pulled the stones straight up the sides.
> Here... that angle is half of the Pyramid face.
> I'm surprised they just don't propose they walked
> up the the face of the Pyramids.
People would rather pencil whip the problems or draw Escher prints than do the math. I still look at the "ramp" at Hatnub when I need a good chuckle.
In order to give up ramps most people will have to give up the idea that they are omniscient and nobody wants that.