> I am not ignoring the lack of artifacts, as much as accepting
> the fact that none have survived (or have presented
The old 'none have survived or been discovered' excuse, that's common amongst many wannabe theories. Simple fact is none has ever been found not even partial examples of the technology in workable forms.
> I am not an archaeologist, or involved in black ops - so my
> chances of digging one out of the sand or pulling one out of a
> secret government warehouse, are slim to none.
I'd agree with u there slim to none :-)
> Like those Polish code breakers I spoke of - I don't have the
> device to reverse-engineer, just the coded messages and
> enigmatic images on the temple walls to decipher... And like
> those Polish code breakers, I have discovered a workable
> solution to the puzzle.
Well here's where good archaeo technology comes into its own. The wise either borrow from museums or copy the museum pieces n try their luck. The Antythera mechanism is an example that has redrawn the tech boundaries. My own work is based on faithful reconstructions at scale n full size depending on practicalities. Only artifacts that have been found are copied. I generate dynamic balls of energy with intensities in the range of an industrial laser with museum copies. I also build scale copies of the step pyramids that collect n store megawatts of energy everyday. Its simple enuf science we see in any museum of worth.
Plasma tubes n electrical power sources to operate them r thin on the ground. You r doing what every engineer or scientist with an idea does applies it to the major things from history. Dynamite, electrostatics, Tesla machines, nuclear power etc have all been bound to old artifacts with no credibility. There is a gullible public willing to buy the nonsense so it bhecomes popular enuf. For the serious minded its just another comic plasma aside.
> If you can show me a fully formed plasma snake demo that
> predates my work (that has a head, eye, dark neck band and wavy
> body), I would love to see it. You can't, because it has never
> been done before...
> Q: Don't you find it even a little bit interesting that a
> mercury filled glass bulb with a lotus flower like electrode on
> one end spontaneously creates a glowing snake in a bottle that
> resembles the images on the temple walls?
> And while I'm on the subject, Mr. Ancient World was powered by
> the Sun - The Sun is a Giant Ball of Plasma...
> So please stop insisting that there are no references to plasma
> in the hieroglyphic records.
Is that really the best ref to plasma u have, tenuous at best.
> The Egyptian word for plasma would have been fire or sun (i.e.
> Earth, Air, Fire and Water - Solid, Gas, Plasma and Liquid).
If you have flicked thru the solar premise you would know why there are so many refs to the sun, solar energy was key judging by the solar devices I've found. I suspect the ancients hadn't a clue about what the sun was made of but they sure knew it made things hot, even ya cat finds the warm spot by the window. Ask it where it gets the plasma from :-)
> Happy Mayday... Cheers...
Cheers Armand for the comedy
> Post Edited (01-May-14 20:32)