> Again, they appear to be lined up along the strike of
> stratigraphy...... that is not random. You seem to need to
> argue for more randomness than there needs to be.... Why do
> size and lateral position need to be random with no order if
> there was no pre-pre-plan at Giza?
I always try to stay out of things like this...
So what exactly is so magical about the "strike" that they might be compelled to build a string of pyramids along it? By definition the strike is a line of points that have the same height above sea level. Does this "magic" indicate that geologists believe that the water spraying up had to be at some given height?
Wouldn't the real "magic" be at the point that the "strike" surrounds the site (also known as the top of the hill)? This would make the pyramid visible from the greatest possible distance and put the king who is believed to be in the pyramid even closer to heaven.
I confess I almost never understand the logic of orthodox arguments. To some extent this must be my fault.