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
>SC: You're the one who claimed they were - and then changed
Please feel free to enlighten us all were you imagined that notion from?
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
According, to the above quote it might appear that they did....... "perfectly encodes its own exact position on the earth’s surface".
>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.
Really..... when did the term "poleshift" first appear? Oh, and the worst-case scenarios about rapid and destructive calamities that so many love to hear along with such claims..... I have no idea why anyone would think that just because we in the 21st century imagine destructive rapid poleshifts as a geo-fantasy does not mean that the ancients did too.
>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.
Actually, I did over and over again........ the seed vault builders.
>We use no such term in our
>book so why do you use it? Oh yes - that mockery thing again.
Since they built their seed vaults on the Giza Plateau despite the clear evidence of the Plateau being completely destroyed in the recent geological past by a climate change calamity...... they seem to be more than quite Lost in a number of ways.
>If you can't beat the theory with sensible, reasoned argument
>try beating it with mockery. Keep trying because you're not
>Have a really mock-tastic day!!
Since it's quite clear the Lost Ones should have known that the Giza Plateau was not "ideal" for a seed vault....... what else is left but to carry-on about "mockery".
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