> > We need an explanation on why the section you blocked off is
> > different from the rest.
> I'm trying my best here. Thats why its blocked off....
I didn't mean an explanation from you, I mean we need to know collectively, an answer of some kind from somewhere.
> As far as the unevenness goes, if you notice the blocks are
> stacked vertically to build it up then it is shaved at an angle
> when the desired height is reached. I think it is uneven
> because they fell off by various means, which I would suggest
> was one of the main reasons why they did not finish as this
> method was proving too unstable. Originally as it was left was
> probably pretty straight except for what was already falling
If it were so unstable that stones were falling off, they would still be falling off and the entire site would be a hazardous zone today. Your reasoning implies what was loose has already fallen until a point in the casing was reached where it was stable and no more could fall. Obviously the casing that is left is stable. Were you warned to wear a hard hat when you were there? So they did make the casing stable, and fall off would not explain the uneven borders.
> I wouldn't say the streaking was caused by weather, but rather
> polution. Cairo is like an ash tray.
Pollution wouldn't steak like muddy water. It would saturate or settle, but not run and feather out like a liquid.
I think you are bypassing significant details in the casing.