> I built my solution on the foundation of the Badhdad Battery.
There is no Baghdad Battery depicted in the Dendera artwork.
You keep on using this word SOLUTION. You cannot solve something that has not been proved to exist in the first place.
> 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
But it's not a fact. It's not my job to explain away something that you have conjured up in your imagination. It's your job to prove the AE's used electrical lights by historical fact, not by fanciful interpretation.
> 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.
What you built is nothing more than modern day 'artwork'. We have AE's playing around with bizarre drawings, and you playing around with electronic components trying to convince people how clever you are by building a fluorescent device modeled around the shape of a snake in a glass tube. Cities are littered with florescent devices in high street shop windows all around the world and on a commercial scale yet none of this everyday technology gives credence to the AE's at an earlier date being at the forefront of the same technology.
> I am not convinced by your facts any more than you are
> convinced by my discoveries.
Lets get this clear, Armand. You have NOT DISCOVERED ANYTHING.
> I would like to suggest that we agree to disagree and see what
> the future unfolds.
Why should we have to wait for 'the future' that is unlikely to unfold anything new? Your position is that you have 'solved' something already.
Post Edited (07-May-14 17:48)