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Girdle stones in the Great Pyramid

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NicoletteS
On 5/16/2018 at 5:14 AM, jmccr8 said:

I have read through several times now and have reasonable doubt that the hypothesis that you are putting forward is unacceptable. First off you are claiming tech beyond the capabilities of any known cultures of the time. Secondly gas is highly combustible and the sanity of sliding stone that distance and generating friction heat and potential spark is questionable even once.

jmccr8

The first point is highly flawed as we obviously do not have complete records of the cultures at the time let alone even know what tech was used to build the pyramids or what they were used for. Incomplete data does not equal capability limitations.

The second point however is crucial. Now why the hell would anyone use scraping a conductive stone that can produce sparks down a corridor to block an incredibly flammable gas? 

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jmccr8
50 minutes ago, NicoletteS said:

The first point is highly flawed as we obviously do not have complete records of the cultures at the time let alone even know what tech was used to build the pyramids or what they were used for. Incomplete data does not equal capability limitations.

The second point however is crucial. Now why the hell would anyone use scraping a conductive stone that can produce sparks down a corridor to block an incredibly flammable gas? 

Hi Nicolette

No we do not have complete documentation, we do have enough data collected through artifacts for a period far exceeding and preceding the construction of the pyramids that does show the tech level of many cultures. There is no evidence that the pyramids were anything more than what is currently known.

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kmt_sesh
On May 23, 2018 at 6:57 PM, jmccr8 said:

...There is no evidence that the pyramids were anything more than what is currently known.

jmccr8

One wonders why anyone still bothers to fight the evidence.

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Piney
Just now, kmt_sesh said:

One wonders why anyone still bothers to fight the evidence.

To sell books...

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kmt_sesh
3 minutes ago, Piney said:

To sell books...

Bingo.

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Harte

The girdle stones are just that - girdles.

The GP was putting on a little weight and didn't want to be seen in public like that, so she went with the girdles under her petticoat.

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kmt_sesh
54 minutes ago, Harte said:

The girdle stones are just that - girdles.

The GP was putting on a little weight and didn't want to be seen in public like that, so she went with the girdles under her petticoat.

Harte

Yet she never lifyed her petticoats to mince across the Atlantic.

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The Wistman
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1 hour ago, kmt_sesh said:

Yet she never lifyed her petticoats to mince across the Atlantic.

She daren't, for the geysers would be released upon the royal necropolis.  And we know what moisture does to mummies, papyri, and pretty things in tombs, don't we.  Woe.

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Harte
7 hours ago, kmt_sesh said:

Yet she never lifyed her petticoats to mince across the Atlantic.

By her time, that was passe.

I mean, it's been done, ya know?

SO yesterday.

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Harte
6 hours ago, The Wistman said:

She daren't, for the geysers would be released upon the royal necropolis.  And we know what moisture does to mummies, papyri, and pretty things in tombs, don't we.  Woe.

That would lift the petticoat, baring her unmentionables.

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The Wistman
5 hours ago, Harte said:

That would lift the petticoat, baring her unmentionables.

Harte

...embarrassing the old girl, causing her head beacon to turn from green to rosy red.  :o

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MysticWolf
16 hours ago, kmt_sesh said:

One wonders why anyone still bothers to fight the evidence.

One wonders why this guy doesn't show people the inside of the Great Sphinx.

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Windowpane
8 hours ago, Harte said:

That would lift the petticoat, baring her unmentionables.

 

But the petticoats might have been like the skirt of a Hovercraft.  If they could have been filled with air from - well, whatever source - she could have hovered her way across the deserts and oceans.

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Kenemet
3 hours ago, MysticWolf said:

One wonders why this guy doesn't show people the inside of the Great Sphinx.

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Because you can't get in there.  It's solid.

I stood outside with him, and he pointed out all the tunnels and the attempted tunnels (and anyone who's studied the Sphinx knows about them}.

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Kenemet
1 hour ago, Windowpane said:

But the petticoats might have been like the skirt of a Hovercraft.  If they could have been filled with air from - well, whatever source - she could have hovered her way across the deserts and oceans.

Let's not speculate on the source of the air.  I already went there, thanks, so the rest of you don't have to do it.

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kmt_sesh
12 hours ago, MysticWolf said:

One wonders why this guy doesn't show people the inside of the Great Sphinx.

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What, you're interested in seeing what the inside of solid rock looks like?

And why would Hawass do it? He's no longer in charge at Giza.

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