> I describe a receiver but in no way imply that the egyptians
> had anything like this.
Glad to hear that, at least there's some sense here, find a radio receiver in a tomb I'll buy it, until then, well I guess I'll be waiting a long time.
> And you say 'electrical device' as if it has to be very
> complicated but that never has to be, an orange and two wires
> is an electrical device.
An electrical device implies nothing about complexity, u impose that. An orange with two wires sums up the Baghdad battery in broad terms. It can just about electroplate metals as experimenters have shown. A torch is an electrical device, none of them to date.
> The forum post is still going on; a new update was added.
> It is an interpretation of the panels at Dandera from a
> different viewpoint than any Egyptologist could provide,
> electrical engineers are a different breed, more practical.
> Is it evidence?, when a working apparatus is devised with the
> same parts it would be as i said most convincing.
Of course its not evidence by that token any oblong shape with writing on could be interpreted as an iPhone. Its ridiculous. Find a museum piece that's an electrical device n ppl will listen at this point their just laughing at this ancient theatre of the absurdc.