> This is great stuff.
> I tell ya, the day you hieroglyphics experts apply your
> knowledge to the technologies we plasma physics advocates are
> discovering on the temple walls. Watch out - Egyptian history
> is going to be re-written.
> I am reminded of a time when I was working at Pyramid
> Technology in California back in the 90s.
> Pyramid built Super-Mini RISC Unix Computers for the enterprise
> We were developing our next computer system, when a bug showed
> up that was threatening to sink the company - we called them
> 'show stoppers'.
> It was a bug somewhere in the hardware.
> The software team was having a meeting to discuss the problem.
> Everyone in the room was complaining that it was a hardware
> bug, not a software bug, and that the hardware team needed to
> fix it.
> I was then our Chief Scientist Richard Hammons got up and
> addressed the group.
> He said, "Your right, it's a hardware bug, but the hardware
> guys can't figure it out, and they need our help. So what say
> we stop pointing fingers and figure out how to help them".
> And that's exactly what we did...
> Maybe if we can stop pointing fingers and beating each other up
> with our points of view, we can find common ground and do some
> real broken field running... Maybe not...
> Just a thought...
You have a very "magical" post.
The heiroglyphs are the hardware. They are a physical manifestation of human thought and how the brain itself operates.
Everything else is just technology.