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SC: Okay, Archae. You are still ignoring the clear geometric, inter-quarter correspondence between the structures at Giza as if the strike of the plateau is somehow the answer to it all. Complete and utter codswallop! Let me repeat - complete and utter codswallop! You simply do not know what you are talking about or are deliberately trying to underplay the significance of the inter-quarter geometric relationship between the structures at Giza.

Okay, since you are so hung up on the strike of the plateau as if that is the answer to these geometric inter-quarter relationships we find at Giza, try this:

Get some friends to cut a random square and a random rectangle. Then get them to cut another two smaller random squares. Get them to randomly place these bases on a line running at around 45 degrees (to emulate the strike of the plateau).

Here's the rub, Archae - you will STILL find it near impossible to emulate with your random bases set out on a 45 degree strike angle, the geometric inter-quarter relationships we find in the structures at Giza.

Now, if ever you succeed in coming close to what is on display at Giza, then cut another random square and place it randomly onto your 45 degree strike angle line to see if its inter-quarter lines also corresponds with the others.

Unless you have a scheme that is designed from the outset, Archae, you will never have enough lifetimes to make this work, to find a random correspondence along your 45 degree strike line that could even remotely come close to what is presented to us at Giza.

If you don't believe me then simply try the experiment for yourself.

Regards,

SC

Post Edited (18-Feb-12 23:34)

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SC: So, do you consider the clear, geometric relationship we observe in these structures to be the result of a "happy concidence"? A simple yes or no will suffice.

AS: Clearly not...... since geological/engineering purposes do not need to be a "happy coincidence" or be pre-pre-planed by geologically imaginative Lost Ones. Other factors that do not require a overall pre-pre-plan can preclude randomness at the site....

SC: Okay, Archae. You are still ignoring the clear geometric, inter-quarter correspondence between the structures at Giza as if the strike of the plateau is somehow the answer to it all. Complete and utter codswallop! Let me repeat - complete and utter codswallop! You simply do not know what you are talking about or are deliberately trying to underplay the significance of the inter-quarter geometric relationship between the structures at Giza.

Okay, since you are so hung up on the strike of the plateau as if that is the answer to these geometric inter-quarter relationships we find at Giza, try this:

Get some friends to cut a random square and a random rectangle. Then get them to cut another two smaller random squares. Get them to randomly place these bases on a line running at around 45 degrees (to emulate the strike of the plateau).

Here's the rub, Archae - you will STILL find it near impossible to emulate with your random bases set out on a 45 degree strike angle, the geometric inter-quarter relationships we find in the structures at Giza.

Now, if ever you succeed in coming close to what is on display at Giza, then cut another random square and place it randomly onto your 45 degree strike angle line to see if its inter-quarter lines also corresponds with the others.

Unless you have a scheme that is designed from the outset, Archae, you will never have enough lifetimes to make this work, to find a random correspondence along your 45 degree strike line that could even remotely come close to what is presented to us at Giza.

If you don't believe me then simply try the experiment for yourself.

Regards,

SC

Post Edited (18-Feb-12 23:34)

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