AS: Wow.... "far beyond the science of ancient Egypt"? I was given the impression by the other co-author that the ancient OK Egyptians were not advanced in their understanding of geology....
SC: You're the one who claimed they were - and then changed your mind.
AS:...which one might think would also include geophysical knowledge about the Earth as well, since geophysics is a field of geology.
SC: I really, really don't think so. But then it is always the case with mainstream apologists that they look at ancient Egyptian history through the prism of what is known from much later times and project it backwards onto a culture they know little about. Just because we in the 21st century have geo-physics as a sub-branch of geology does not mean that the ancients did. Gary and I are specifically talking about the orbital dynamics of the Earth which were as easily observable to the ancients as they are to us today.
You should really clean up that mocking tone of yours since you don't do mockery very well at all.
"Lost Ones"? I have asked you to explain what you mean here and you singularly refuse to do so. We use no such term in our book so why do you use it? Oh yes - that mockery thing again.
If you can't beat the theory with sensible, reasoned argument try beating it with mockery. Well, you can keep with your mocking tone every minute of the week as far as I'm concerned because you clearly do not understand that mockery will never win you the argument.
Have yourself a truly mock-tastic day!!
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