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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Merrell Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > ... > > > It doesn't matter that Vyse's team touched it. As > > I've already said several times, what matters is > > whether the paint dates before Vyse. > > If it dates before Vyse, then it's li
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Origyptian Wrote: > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Corpuscles Wrote: > > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > > IMHO to star
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > IMHO to start to justify the RCD cost & effort > > anywhere at Giza there would have to be > > extrordinarily good reasons to assure everyone of > > lack of contamination of sample first. > > &
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Audrey Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > I can't wait to see how many times you use purple > > now. > > Hi Audrey > > It is so lovely to see a blast from you. I had > missed it over the last few days. > > Could you please help me with
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What's funny is that I did look at all nine > entries in his 2nd link. A waste of time since > other than him stating his personal opinion in > each post of that search listing, there were only > 2 relevant citations that he could have quickly > cited in his reply instead of sending us on a >
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
First, as usual, some fixing of the quote: Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Origyptian Wrote: > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > How do you know how permanent the crew names were > > > intended to
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Doctor Femano mangled the quote (yet again). I’ve fixed it (yet again). Doctor Femano wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Open mind wrote: > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Why can't we carbon date the red paint? Why
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thank you for creating this post. It properly > creates a forum to get to the heart of the matter > for you, rather than derailing someone else's > discussion. I have no issues with this. > > I do see in this discussion that the reliance on > the existence of tool marks isn't enough, so if
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Luminescence Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi, > > But there are runs on this photo; granted not > directly under the Cartouche.......Question: Why > do you guys call them "runnels"? Is that a Brit > thing? "Runs,' is what we here in the US of A call > them typically. Can’t speak for anyone else, but I wasn’t sure
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 1) Prove the clusters of stones in the painted > area are contemporaneous with the pyramid. Just > saying that they are is not evidence. Begging the question. Prove that they are stones. > 2) Explain how clusters of small stones can be > stuck in what has been claimed to be a water-based &
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Pitiful! A composition of red ochre: that’s a mineral, Creighton. It comes from places like this: <; What does one get if one doesn’t thoroughly grind and sift this grainy mineral pigment? Here’s what one four-year-old discovered: The granules, we note, are preponderantly in the body of the paint strokes and the same colour as the paint. What we are seeing here is a pi
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Scott Creighton wrote: > Willie, > > WBH: The consistency of water-based paint used by the AE > was very thin, it's simply impossible to paint, (or repaint) > this cartouche in situ without making a big mess just below > it. > > SC: Your statement above implies the paint used for the glyphs > in Campbell's Chamber of the GP is water-based. You refuse to &g
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5 years ago
Martin Stower
Scott Creighton wrote: > SC: Please present evidence that proves that the red ochre > paint used in Campbell's Chamber of the GP was "water-based > paint". Typically the AE 'Mograh' used an organic binding > agent such as fish oil, honey, gum (from the Acacia tree), egg > white or numerous other organic binding agents. Yes, it COULD > be water based but it cou
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6 years ago
Martin Stower
Yes, I’m sure that the paint (red ochre with some muddy binder) is absolutely indelible and proof against any amount of scraping (during the placement of a multi-ton block) and any amount of mortar extruded from the joint. You do see the mortar, don’t you? In case it’s escaped you, that is a mortared joint. Either the mortar was there as the block was being placed, or it was forced into th
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