HERE COMES JONNY...
Yes Amazing the bumpity, bumpity..
Bumpity Bumpity.. Why would the AE who were so fantastic at carving solid granite to fine tolerances leave such a bumpity, bumpity exterior surface? After all a sarcophagus exterior is so important isn't it.
And the part that cannot be seen. Like the interior is so fine, Maybe they got the plans the wrong way round.
Why would the inside of something.. The part that you cannot see be far more important than the part that you can see?
Let me think... Is there a modern equivalent??..
A CAR ENGINE! Yes a car engine.
A rough casting on the outside but machined to fine tolerances on the inside.
Thing is Archae, the outside of a car engine block is of little importance , But the inside is. I guess they didn't teach you that at the polishing academy. Sometimes the outside finish is of little consequence.
And no I'm not suggesting they were used as engine blocks.
TWO DECADES of trying to figure out how a light source and a straight edge can be used to measure surface deviation.
That is really a shame for you.
All you had to do was ask an engineer like myself or Chris Dunn and we would have told you.
Anyway in order to put you out of your 20 years of misery.
Ignorance is a very unfortunate. I really feel sorry for you.
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Post Edited (07-Apr-15 18:17)