and opinion. What is so unremarkable about the pyramidal shape that we should dismiss a
6 1/2 million ton pile as existing because it was "buildable"? Many shapes were probably "buil-
dable" but we mostly just have pyramids.
What is it about the shape that makes it the only thing that might be built? It could be far easier
to dam a river with 6 1/2 million tons and far more profitable.
Pyramids exist but that doesn't mean they are tombs, temples, or hard to build.
The only thing that I find unremarkable about pryamids is the fact that different cultures would employ similar building techniques.
Actually there are many more mounds and cairns than prymids
You have an incredible grasp of the obvious.