Yet some claim there is no such thing to be found. A little soot residue could have been caused by anyone.
It's so simple.
it can be found.. all the tombs have soot in them.. even the temples.. oil lamps were the common lighting source in ancient egypt..
All over the internet, and in all good bookshops.
there you go.. you answered your own statement..
write a good book.. and get invited to do talks etc.. the guys that go on history channel and the likes.. do not do it for free..
Granite stacks for no reason, acoustic tuning and partial isolation of granite stacks, major differences in limestone composition for no reason, accuracy of construction unachievable by modern standards, copper electrodes in shafts...............
To deny is your privilage if counter argument fails.
look at houdins clip.. and really look at his theory.. do not dismiss it.. it explains the granite stacks perfectly..
the accuracy of construction.. how many times has this have to be explained to you .. honestly?.. do yourself a favor.. go join a local medieval recreation group.. listen to the craft masters talk about finding out how something was made long ago.. the skills that have been lost over thousands of years..
Not so with the GP. People smell a rat. A great big one too.
honestly.. its only a small majority of people in the scheme of things.. who are hoping for something more to their life.. go visit egypt.. talk too the group you tour with.. and with other groups there.. I would be surprised if 1 in 1000 people who are there say man did not make it.. or its a giant generator.. really its only a small group who believe this..