>Archae Solenhofen wrote:
>How did you line it up perfectly??.
>Try it again .. Cheap and easy enough. all you need is two
>metal set squares and a light source.
I'm not the one here who has to juggle the "80 ton" box of granodiorite to demonstrate how the method actually is suppose to be used (like you just described)........ how are they lining up the light source, the measureing bar, and the observers eye so they can actual determine this 0.0001" claim using such?
>Engineers have been using this method for well over a century.
>In fact at least back to the days of Whitworth.
> So don't now try to say that it does not work because it
>opposes your argument.
>Please do some research on the subject.
>This is not a matter of opinion, it is a matter of known
>established and employed enginnering fact.
Got examples of it being used on a mirror-like polished surface, which is 99.9% transparent to translucent to light or at least a source that say it can be used on such?
>Here's the you tube video again..
Don't have U-tube....... do either of these finally show how a 2500 year old surface was cleaned to cleanroom level cleanliness i.e. all particles greater than or equal to 0.0001" and all organic residues completely removed?
Archae Solenhofen (firstname.lastname@example.org)