Because what he says makes sense.
I would argue that what he says makes sense to those whose familiarity with the subject is limited to having watched "Ancient Aliens", as opposed to people who have read books on the subject, specifically those by engineers, engineers who agree we would be hard-pressed to build the pyramids with today's technology, much less copper saws and grinding stones!?!
Images of a levigator.
Did you notice the following:
1.) The levigator in that example is made of steel, not copper or iron.
2.) The stone slabs weren't remotely as big/heavy as the real ones.
3.) It took a lift-truck to move it, nonetheless.
I mean, isn't his argument that the Egyptians used primitive technology, not 1800AD-to-modern technology? Quibbles aside, aren't you slightly suspicious of anonymous, troll-like behavior like his? At best, a tiny fraction of his theories actually come close to being somewhat plausible, but generally still less plausible than the alternative. And yet he's defending a video which anyone can tell from watching the first hour is incredibly dishonest and/or misleading regarding this topic. Not to mention, the only way these guys can position their argument to seem remotely plausible is if they focus on the most far-out claims of the Ancient Aliens proponents, virtually ignoring all the arguments they cannot explain... I could go on, but hopefully you can see a pattern by now.
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