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Corpuscles
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ---------------- > I was just wondering how it was done and why. But > I wanted also to show how all conservative minds > always quite naturally jump onto the closest > available "natural made" explanation rather than > "manmade" if the case would imply any sort of > unconven
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Yesterday
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "He rotates box so that side is vertical and puts > a plumb line on it from as close to perfect edge > he can make " > > I understand why you might invoke these > hypothetical 'flinstonian' approaches to offer as > justification of your suspicion of what seems as > woo'ish claims
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2 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi think I try to reply to all serious questions thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Apologies, I either don't understand the question, > or why it is a question. OK . Don't bother with it. > > From where I'm sitting, it's still something of a > matter of semantics whether sophisticated > geopolymer technology,
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2 days ago
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I did not intend to start a length discussion" > > It is tempting.. I'm glad you made those points > though. Saved me some time. I never read any of > the past posts on this topic, so I'd probably > restate tired old points and snooze this > digression. > > Quickly tho
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3 days ago
Corpuscles
seasmith Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > Hah, Those two are not fooling us, > they're the same person > > :>} There is no need to "fool you" , as you seem to be doing a darned good job of that all by yourself! Cheers
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3 days ago
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "You cover most of the relevant points. " > > I understand I didn't even get into the taper or > the abrasives. My posts are too long as it is. > > Taper: I can come at this from any perspective > possible but to save time, what do you believe the > orientation of the core is
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Genuine question Thanos > > Why do you sneer, and insult posters here ? > > Yve Hi Yve Forget it. Maybe just needs some more love n attention? For you! Whenever, I need an uplift this is one (another) very positive Wilbury I seek out! Don't bring me down All over the world I
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > > " frustrated at his insistence of still promoting > the claimed spiral tool advance on Petrie's Core > 7. " > > I've read and watched many attacks on the spiral > groove stuff. Its an argument that seems to only > beg the question from my perspective. If the two >
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > If you go to any tourist or active historical site > you will see this same exact magic "vitrification" > on any hard stone that is able to be touched, > stepped on, or breathed on by tourists. The more > accessible the more the "vitrification". I have > been to Quenko
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi Mike A superb post! Thank you. Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello > > Was it this? > image from: > Graham Hancok_Articles_2011_Evidence of Vitrified > Stonework in the Inca Vestiges of Peru_ Jan Peter > de Jong and Christopher Jordan > > I also would like to collectively thank WVK and > Seasmith for
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi Om Hopefully you will be pleased to read that in general I somewhat agree with your comments. i.e. That the proposal of itself does not entirely resolve all 'mysterious' issues. Rather the matters raised in the paper WVK posted is possibly an extremely valuable component, worthy of further empirical study and consideration? Open mind Wrote: --------------------------------------
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I wonder how many "lost high technology" people > would be disappointed if this could be proven via > demonstration.? " > > haha. I appreciate you being so transparent with > your motive. It helps clarify your objectivity. haha I merely asked a question. Yes there
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5 days ago
Corpuscles
WVK Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "The plasticine look on some rocks in Peru, ie > seem like it has been softened, but is it perhaps > lots of smaller rocks coated with a small amount > of artificial render?" > > This may explain that: > > ddish-glittery-mud-the-Inca-used-for-perfecting-th > eir-stone-masonry/264
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6 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi Yve Again a very interesting post. Gee you covered a lot of ground. Not meaning to create arguments or remove the thrill of mystery but simply contribute. (You are free to believe in magic flying papyrus or carpets if you wish.- All good this end) Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Think > > I don't have the expertise to j
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7 days ago
Corpuscles
charly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Corp, > > > As Seasmith already pointed out, the article is > from A. Dodson, it's not mine. Given you were > tired/inattentive is probably the reason you > thought the article was mine. charly So sorry! <embarrassment emoticon> I guess therefore you do not know the answers?
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7 days ago
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "many flint tools... adzes etc " > > The first video demonstrates nothing that I have > an issue with, and nothing is surprising about > what they are able to accomplish. Actually both > video's contain evidence of totally reasonable > conclusions about how the dynastic Egyptians m
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7 days ago
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charly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The article above gives a lot of wrong > information; a more reliable source about what was > found in the Serapeum (and other bull and cow > burials) can be found here > Bull Cults > I posted this link already elsewhere in this > thread but given the many posts, a lot of people > probably m
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7 days ago
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "For those who yearn for the lost ones and like to > challenge orthodoxy I offer some more woo thoughts > of my very own. " > > Saw that sarcophagus on one of the many woo > youtubers. He said it was the most precise > granite work he's ever seen in Egyptian stone > work. Weir
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7 days ago
Corpuscles
Jon Ellison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > > Jon > > > > Great post! Thank you. > > > > Question: What tool did Petrie use to measure > in > > thousands of an inch? > > (you likely would know, I do not
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8 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi all PS Further to the last post I repost the second link Senusret II - Pyramid , sarcophagus and a lot more For those who yearn for the lost ones and like to challenge orthodoxy I offer some more woo thoughts of my very own. It is incredible or amazing that the burial chamber is granite finely finished and very similar to Menkaure 4th Dynasy Then Senusret II , a relatively u
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8 days ago
Corpuscles
Jon Ellison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > > Please note the term "Thousandth" denotes one, one > thousandth of an inch. Three decimal places, > 0.001". UK/British common engineering practice. > > For the layman... A human hair is approx. 2 > thousandths of an inch (0.002") in diameter, 7 > thousand
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Also, I am absolutely convinced the AE had some > > geopolymer capacity. The only question is the > > extent of use and the types of rock they might > > have, on a small scale, imitated. > >
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi Om Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "> [ > ] " > > Re: your suggestion of the geopolymer woo. Allow > me to take the heat off of you and go further with > that, to draw the outrage away from you... I wasn't experiencing any heat? Not much yet anyway but thanks for your concern and efforts! > >
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi Yve Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Steve > > Thanks for your kind words. I think we have many > thoughts along the same lines, and I read your > reply to Mike. If everything is a crime scene,' > Who What When Where Why How', I go to the Who of > it all. These were PEOPLE. Even if they were 8' > foot giants i
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10 days ago
Corpuscles
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To Glass Jigsaw and Corpuscles > > Thank you for your informations, > > Corpuscles, > Your remarks about statues visible limits within > shapes and their structural response to earthquake > shake are very interesting and a good track to > follow. > Maybe are we converging on a poss
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10 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi Yve Thank you. Welcome good post. (if you don't mind compliments) Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Mike and Corpuscles > > Been trying to get 5 minutes here all > day.Corpuscles brought up in the following post > what I thought of when I read your post. > > Re the statue hieroglyphs. First of all this is &g
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10 days ago
Corpuscles
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Groups working in Egypt at known or unknown sites > have what I will call a 'minders' attached to them > to make sure they don't damage the site and don't > do more than they are authorized to do. This > protects the sites and provides employment and > money to the Egyptians. These fine fol
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11 days ago
Corpuscles
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > > And yet during this pandemic, with tourism down to > a tiny fractions of their usual flow, considering > how many virtually non invasive test that could be > conducted, its still not happening. Easy money > is being turned down. > > How do you explain that? I personally would
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11 days ago
Corpuscles
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > Above that, beyond that, before any claim, > you or anybody else sharing your view have > to provide something more convincing than a single > photos of big scattered blocks. Hi Mike A good interesting post all really good points. However - a seated statue would be better laid on its back
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11 days ago
Corpuscles
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Steve. > > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > > I actually sympathize and somewhat agree. > > It is very difficult to imagine 720 tons being > > dragged sled or rails or whatnot. > > I sympathize too, but if we take the CoM
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