DB: LOL Scott your diagram is not correct at all and the only thing that could help is an eraser.
SC: The diagram is perfectly fine. And LOLing simply won't crack it.
DB: By all means set the set square on the diagram to show us how it works. ... If you dare...
SC: I already have - go and look.
DB:... or are you going to doublespeak your way out of this again. As to despising this fantasy of yours. I do not despise it but I do despise people who knowingly keep putting erroneous ideas in front of people. And why don't you answer the question. What is the angle I asked for and how was it arrived at ?
SC: You come into this debate, Don, arguing that everything presented here is wrong. First you demand to know where we get our "silly" figure of 279 cubits for G3 hypotenuse, inferring that we are obviously wrong. We present to you a credible source, namely the last person, Mark Lehner, to do a survey of the structures on the plateau. His figure indicates that G3 base - as per our prediction - is slightly rectangular. Again you dispute this. We show you G3 on the Giza Plateau Mapping Project Map showing you that G3 is very slightly rectangle in shape. Again you dispute. Eventually you decide to write Dr Lehner. What difference will that make to you, Don? If he ever replies with a result confirming his earlier result and our own finding, you will simply ignore it and claim that we are all wrong.
You then go on to claim that the 95* (or tehreabouts) angle of L1 to L2 does not force G3 into a rectangle. I have presnted images that clearly demonstrate that I am correct. STILL you dispute this and move onto to some other angle that neither Gary or I have ever concerned ourselves with.
Time and time again, Don, your criticisms have been shown to be in error. When will you be big enough to acknowledge such? When will you concede that the errors you claim in our work are actually errors of your own?