AS: Well, because their apparent advanced understanding
>of geology was completely "Lost".......... until resonantly
Should have been "recently".
>Who said the dsigners and builders had
>"advanced understanding of geology"? Can you provide a
>citation please? Thanks.
One would think that is the case with pole-wobble predictors...... are you now insinuating that had little geological understand? Since they missed the massive and destructive Mediterranean flooding bit..... that appears to be the case, which is rather surprising for the 4th dynasty Egyptians considering how much the freshwater Nile flooded and how close they were to the Mediterranean Sea.
AS: ...and what very little has been so inferred from
>angles and such looks more than quite imaginative.
>SC: The geometry speaks volumes. As I told you before - go
>away and try and randomly replicate the geometric relationships
>we find between the Giza monuments. Try it for yourself and
>you will see for youself just how compelling the case is for
>deliberate, preconceived planning at Giza. The proof is in the
>pudding, Archae. Get to it....
Again....... " randomly replicate"...... where is that coming from? The cardinal point lined 9 pyramids do not need to be positioned so haphazardly random on the floor if they are lined up along strike lines of stratigraphy, nor do they need a pre-pre-plan to do so....... again there seems to be a desire to introduce more of this notion of "non pre-pre-plan = overwhelming randomness" than there actually needs to be. Why?
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