> Richard Fusniak wrote:
> > D-Archer wrote:
> > > That sounds like it is just your opinion, you see a coffin
> > lid where there is none ....
> > No, it's not my opinion but that of Egyptologist, David Rohl.
> David Rohl is a rock musician.
Correct, and a qualified Egyptologist. From Wikipedia:
In 1985 Rohl became the first Director of the Institute for the Study of Interdisciplinary Sciences (ISIS), and editor of its Journal of the Ancient Chronology Forum since 1986. In 1988 he was accepted by University College, London and awarded the prestigious W.F. Masom History Research Scholarship by the University of London as well as being awarded his degree in Ancient History and Egyptology in 1990. He then began his research on a doctoral thesis entitled "A re-examination of the Chronology of the Third Intermediate Period in Egypt" but failed to complete the PhD due to long-term book writing and TV commitments. He is a past President of the Sussex Egyptology Society (SES) and edits the Eastern Desert Survey Report. He excavated at Kadesh in Syria for the London Institute of Archaeology during the 1990s, and is currently Co-Field Director of the Eastern Desert Survey in Egypt.
> > > and now you argument from some sort of authority on the
> > subject,
> > Yes
> Without acknowleding the expertise of the electronic engineers
> from the forum post at Thunderbolts.
You think pattern matching electronic components to AE drawings makes one an expert?
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