For instance, this brand new theory of yours - this getting back into the pyramids to fix the granite as it began to fail, taking the pharoah's body and other "stuff" (Stuff? Stuff? I love it!) out to do some maintenance work. Are you going to have it peer reviewed? I would love to see it peer reviewed by some of your po-faced fellow travellers of the orthodox line on here. If we could only coax Warwick Nixon out with a bit of cheese we could ask him what he thinks of it.
This new theory of yours - let us call it the Routine Maintenance Theory or RMT for short. They take the pharoah's body out and what? Place it in the Grand Gallery where it slides down and bumps its head on the granite plug stones at the bottom? You know, the plug stones which completely contradict your theory as their still being in place means you wouldn't be near the portcullis at all (not being able to bring any stone fixing materials up the shaft).
Or do you perhaps, while you are working at fixing the granite, put the pharoah's body down into the Queen's Chamber so that he has some jiggy time with his wife. You know, some conjugal rights to keep him busy while the repair work is going on? Can you imagine it... 10,000 years have passed and the pharoah at last gets with his queen again. I hope he gets the bandages off in time!
Your RMT theory does not hold water. Even after 4500 years, the granite box you speak of is holding up well, despite the inevitable stresses and distortions placed upon it by time and weight.
In the orthodox narrative, there was never any plan to go back into the kings chamber using Scott's interpretation of the portcullis mechanism.
What you should have told him was that, sure, if you push the concept you could work your way back in with a bit of ingenuity and effort but that the portcullis was simply NOT INTENDED to be used that way. That would be the logical reposte to what Scott is proposing, if you believe in the orthodox line.
But to come up with a new concept - namely that the AE would have wanted back in to repair the pyramid internally at some point - a concept which embarrasses even orthodoxy itself, just to try to dismiss or devalue the point that Scott was making... well, that was a low point for you Archae.
Submit your new theory to peer review I say. Peer review! I'd buy tickets to that one...
Until then, as long as you go on peddling this half-baked unfounded theory, you just need to get used to life on "the fringe".
Giza Power Plant, alien landing beacons, and now pop-in pop-out easy-maintenance tomb for the pharaoh. I've heard them all now...
""It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair