MS: He’s already had it explained to him more than amply that in the palaeography of the Seti temple, there is no sculptural difference between the x and ra hieroglyphs. Where paint remains, they are distinguished by colour:
SC: Stower -
Present proof that the x (Kh) disc of the alleged 'Khufu' cartouche was painted a different colour to the Re discs alongside.
If paint was the great differentiator here, why would they do this:
Also, as you can see, the Kh disc in the image below (#45) is not given anywhere near the same proportion as the Re disc. Why then would they give Khufu's alleged 'Kh' disc the same proportion as the god Re discs alongside? They would have ensured Khufu's 'Kh' disc was smaller than the god Re discs that are alongside in order no to dishonour the god Re, to give the god his proper place.
As usual, Stower, your ideologically driven ramblings become rapidly unstuck with just the most cursory examination.