Every post or so, you claim to have demolished this or that aspect of it, and yet, reading through, you have clearly done nothing of the sort. I don't know why you are even so determined to keep banging away at it and throwing numbers all over the place.
Regarding your own work, I think what you are doing here is comparing oranges and apples - of course you feel Gary and Scott's theory is wrong, because it is not one of your many theories., But they are completely different beasts anyway. Gary and Scott's work compared to your is like comparing astronomy to astrology. They seem similar, but they are not the same.
Your theories are numerologically based, not factually based. You see, in reality Giza does not exist as a set of pixels that you can count on a computer screen - it was and is a real place. Gary and Scott are dealing with the mundanity of actual history, whereas your theories have wings, and are of a spiritual nature in a new age of revelation. It is therefore completely pointless of you to try to tear down the RVT, because you will inevitably prove nothing simply by listing post after post of numbers running to the nth degree after the decimal point. Numbers on their own prove nothing - there has to be a context. The map, as they say in neurolinguistic programming, is not the territory.
Your work is esoteric, fantastical, beyond history almost - a million lines drawn through Giza in a web as complex as string theory. But what does it all add up to? Where is it leading? What you'd be better doing is putting all your own extraordinary ideas into one book, and giving them a unified shape and form. You don't need to try to tear down other theories in order to validate your own.
Don, it is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. All you seem to be doing here is howling at the moon.
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