> All you have done is stab at a guess that the Egyptians had a working knowledge of electricity with no foundation whatsoever.
I wouldn't say, 'no foundation whatsoever'.
I built my solution on the foundation of the Badhdad Battery.
If the Babylonians had a battery, I had to think the Egyptians had one too, and that is were I started looking.
Tenuous place to start, not doubt, but it has led me to the plasma snake and the plasma focus device, which fact you have yet to directly explain away - as a physical phenomenon in general. I did not create the laws of physics that would produce such a structure in a mercury plasma. I discovered it by looking at an image on a temple wall, building a device based on that image and having it produce a plasma snake, just like the one depicted in the image. If that does not tweak your curiosity, I can't image what will.
I understand, it cannot be there, so don't bother looking... The Emperor Has No Clothes - Case Closed...
You will forgive me, I'm sure, if I don't let your opinion on the matter be the final judgement.
I am not convinced by your facts any more than you are convinced by my discoveries.
It is a circular argument Fuzzy, that gets us nowhere.
I believe you are a smart guy Fuzzy, and that the concept of discovering ancient technology just challenges your paradigm (world view). There is no possible way this could true, period.
I would like to suggest that we agree to disagree and see what the future unfolds.
Post Edited (07-May-14 16:13)
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