SC: See my earlier post on this issue:
I am clearly stating that Howard-Vyse COULD have perpetrated the fraud and then express my personal opinion that I think he "probably did". Personal opinions are not fact. So, I'm not quite sure how you think I am making this "more fact than possibility".
The simple POINT I am making here is that, to the Egypt-apologists, it simply was not possible for Howard-Vyse to have perpetrated such a fraud, the implication then being that the inscriptions bearing Khufu's name in these chambers must therefore be genuine.
I have shown how Howard-Vyse COULD have achieved such a fraud, ergo, contrary to the impossiblity of such asserted by the Egypt-apologists, it now becomes POSSIBLE that Howard-Vyse COULD have perpetrated a fraud, ergo, contrary to the claims of the Egypt-apologists, it now becomes possible that the inscriptions bearing Khufu's name in these chambers MAY not be genuine.
I am merely showing that what was regarded as an impossibility is actually quite possible.
Edited by Scott Creighton, 12 April 2013 - 09:40 AM.