FD: I do not see your point. I talk about the beleives of "many people", I am not concerned about orthodoxy or alternatoves. it's what MANY PEOPLE think. Full stop.
SC: The term "many people" you refer to, Frank, is a fairly generic term but from the context of your post, you are implying that this "many people" doubt that the AE of the Old Kingdom constructed the OK pyramids. Clearly you are referring to "alternative" believers.
Your OP gives the impression then that all alternative writers/researchers/thinkers/readers believe the OK pyramids were not constructed by the AE of the Old Kingdom. That is simply not a true reflection of the facts at all. As I have stated previously - and I think you should perhaps have made clearer - not all alternative writers/researchers/readers on message boards or wherever believe the OK pyramids were constrcuted other than by the AE of the early dynasties. I think you have to make this point clearer.
One can be an "alternative believer" whilst also accepting the orthodox view that the AE of the early dynasties constructed the Old Kingdom pyramids. This is my simple point.
FD: You try to see hairs in the soup where there aren't any. Why?
SC: Merely trying to balance the misleading impression you gave in your OP concerning an issue that was clearly targeted at "alternative" views of "many people", specifically with regards to who constructed the OK pyramids.
FD: And have you something constructive to offer here?
SC: I am being constructive, Frank. At least, trying to be. I know English is not your native language so perhaps I am being too harsh.