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Concrete pyramids?

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Piney
1 minute ago, Swede said:

Chuckle! Quite so. There does appear to be a pattern!

That's what I get for working for you guys. :nw:

 

3 minutes ago, Hanslune said:

Yeah of course and they could have had it delivered by Aztex

That's what I was thinking. Keep the business local. Those Hopewell guys also like to gouge. 

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Hanslune
1 minute ago, Piney said:

That's what I get for working for you guys. :nw:

 

That's what I was thinking. Keep the business local. Those Hopewell guys also like to gouge. 

Well they could have used the INCAEX guys too but they tended to be jerks driving those brown llamas around like they own the Andes

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MWoo7
Posted (edited)

Chuckles eh! ... how about Cu

imported, sure !

 

conductor

 

for the top tip to catch the lightning   as everyone  knows  there was a world grid of power from all the pyramids around the globe.  (probably money from books on that topic : D)

Yes sarcastic.  Yeah its the Coffee-- as someone mentioned in another thread.

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Swede
36 minutes ago, WVK said:

The mold line on the molding experiment (at the bottom of the page) appears recessed not proud

https://pumapunkutheories.webs.com/arrowrock.htm

  • Note the distinct difference in width and angle/rounding. The original artifact is obviously the result of incision by a sharp material/tool and not the result of adhesive extrusion. Any reasonable level of microscopy would confirm this.
  • Precisely what form of naturally-derived adhesive are you proposing that would withstand the pressure of the involved mass?

You are grasping at straws.

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Swede
27 minutes ago, Piney said:

That's what I get for working for you guys. :nw:

That's what I get for working for with you guys.

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Harte
35 minutes ago, Piney said:

That's what I get for working for you guys. :nw:

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 ‘You ’eathen, where the mischief ’ave you been?

Harte

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Piney
4 minutes ago, Harte said:
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 ‘You ’eathen, where the mischief ’ave you been?

 

Haunten the fearin eathens who've been mucking the dig. 

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WVK
13 hours ago, Swede said:

In this concluding comment, the authors are acknowledging the variabilities of sedimentary materials and the inherent weakness of their conclusions, as evidenced by Figure 1.

In summary

"Opponents of the theory dispute the scientific evidence. They also say that the diverse shapes of the stones show that moulds were not used. They add that a huge amount of limestone chalk and burnt wood would have been needed to make the concrete, while the Egyptians had the manpower to hoist all the natural stone they wanted.

The concrete theorists say that they will be unable to prove their theory conclusively until the Egyptian authorities give them access to substantial samples."

http://www.ce.memphis.edu/1101/interesting_stuff/pyramids_in_concrete.html

"It's highly stupid," he  (Zahi Hawass) said via a spokesman. "The pyramids are made from solid blocks of quarried limestone. To suggest otherwise is idiotic and insulting."

Getting access might be a problem.  Why Insulting when, if proven true, would expand the capabilities of AE

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Harte
1 hour ago, WVK said:

In summary

"Opponents of the theory dispute the scientific evidence. They also say that the diverse shapes of the stones show that moulds were not used. They add that a huge amount of limestone chalk and burnt wood would have been needed to make the concrete, while the Egyptians had the manpower to hoist all the natural stone they wanted.

The concrete theorists say that they will be unable to prove their theory conclusively until the Egyptian authorities give them access to substantial samples."

http://www.ce.memphis.edu/1101/interesting_stuff/pyramids_in_concrete.html

"It's highly stupid," he  (Zahi Hawass) said via a spokesman. "The pyramids are made from solid blocks of quarried limestone. To suggest otherwise is idiotic and insulting."

Getting access might be a problem. 

Hawass doesn't control access to anything in Egypt.

1 hour ago, WVK said:

Why Insulting when, if proven true, would expand the capabilities of AE

Maybe because it actually IS "highly stupid."

It's a claim (hypothesis, really,) made by non-geologists that basically states that geologists can't identify stone.

Harte

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Hanslune
5 hours ago, Harte said:

Hawass doesn't control access to anything in Egypt.

Maybe because it actually IS "highly stupid."

It's a claim (hypothesis, really,) made by non-geologists that basically states that geologists can't identify stone.

Harte

Heck what would a geologist know about stone? They study geo's for God's sake! The fact so many of them study this land form is to me an indication of a great hoax!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geo_(landform)

330px-Geo_of_Sclaites_-_geograph.org.uk_

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Hanslune
Posted (edited)
6 hours ago, WVK said:

In summary

"It's highly stupid," he  (Zahi Hawass) said via a spokesman. "The pyramids are made from solid blocks of quarried limestone. To suggest otherwise is idiotic and insulting."

Getting access might be a problem.  Why Insulting when, if proven true, would expand the capabilities of AE

As Harte noted Hawass isn't in charge of anything - you might want to talk to Khaled El-Anany. However asking to take portions of the Great Pyramid away to destroy them probably won't get accepted. I would suggest attempting to obtain legitimate samples from other lesser structures - unless the theory says only G1 was made with concrete (say the satellites pyramids). You might also be able to obtain samples by way of universities and NGO that donate large sums to Ministry of Antiquities.

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Oniomancer
35 minutes ago, Hanslune said:

Heck what would a geologist know about stone? They study geo's for God's sake! The fact so many of them study this land form is to me an indication of a great hoax!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geo_(landform)

 

That's what they study? I thought...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geo_(automobile)

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Piney
41 minutes ago, Hanslune said:

Heck what would a geologist know about stone? 

The cryptocrystalline quartz that make up the Pennsylvania jasper quarries was actually a geopolymer.

 Since it was once volcanic mud during the Appalachian Orogeny  we re-dissolved it using deer and elk poop then poured it into molds creating our bifaces. Then when it still had the consistency of Play-Doh,  we used antler tines to press and shape the edges. The whole idea we used them for pressure flaking was wrong. :yes:

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Swede
7 hours ago, WVK said:

In summary

"Opponents of the theory dispute the scientific evidence. They also say that the diverse shapes of the stones show that moulds were not used. They add that a huge amount of limestone chalk and burnt wood would have been needed to make the concrete, while the Egyptians had the manpower to hoist all the natural stone they wanted.

The concrete theorists say that they will be unable to prove their theory conclusively until the Egyptian authorities give them access to substantial samples."

http://www.ce.memphis.edu/1101/interesting_stuff/pyramids_in_concrete.html

"It's highly stupid," he  (Zahi Hawass) said via a spokesman. "The pyramids are made from solid blocks of quarried limestone. To suggest otherwise is idiotic and insulting."

Getting access might be a problem.  Why Insulting when, if proven true, would expand the capabilities of AE

Hawass is likely referring to the insult to the many decades of intensive research conducted by hundreds of qualified individuals. To suggest that the many specialists involved were not capable of correctly identifying the lithic materials, their detailed composition, and their original quarrying sites is indeed an insult. This is particularly true when the suggestion comes from unqualified parties with a vested interest in promoting a modern technology.

And yes, the proposition in question is "highly stupid". Rather like that phrasing.

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Kenemet
Posted (edited)
21 hours ago, MWoo7 said:

Chuckles eh! ... how about Cu

imported, sure !

conductor

for the top tip to catch the lightning   as everyone  knows  there was a world grid of power from all the pyramids around the globe.  (probably money from books on that topic : D)

Yes sarcastic.  Yeah its the Coffee-- as someone mentioned in another thread.

Very SLOW lightning, given the time difference between each group of pyramids (over a thousand years).  Maybe it was a conductor for lightning bugs, instead.

(Reference for non-Americans: "The difference between the almost right word & the right word is really a large matter--it's the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning." - Mark Twain)

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MWoo7
Posted (edited)

Time difference yeah probably reheheheeally slow lightning for sure HA! yeah I was just parroting things higher up mucky mucks have said.   Pretty sure people have heard that bit going around a year or two back about how they are power-stations or some such.

Also someone had said there was evidence of amounts of COPPER taken there, but oddly NO COPPER TOOLS!?!??!!! ( okay lightning bugs works ////SARC!)

Okay and LASTLY ***&&& FINALLY and in conclusion::::::  thanks to you all that's about a rap for me on this NATURAL LIME laying around in river and creek beds and the use of non-fired anything just making a BIG MESS like some of my stupid art projects.  NO REPLIES too busy laterzz keep up the goods on NON-cement works and pyramid ideas.

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Jarocal
On 4/5/2019 at 6:09 PM, Piney said:

The link to a moldmaker who's not a geologist or archealogist who doesn't realize the "seams" were engraved lines following a plumb bob line to find level. 

Plumb bob? You mean a weight on the end of a string to hold vertical? That is too complicated, diamond abrasive wheels or laser tech is easier than a weight on a string..

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Piney
6 minutes ago, Jarocal said:

Plumb bob? You mean a weight on the end of a string to hold vertical? That is too complicated, diamond abrasive wheels or laser tech is easier than a weight on a string..

And my beam torque wrench is primitive even though I can "calibrate" it with a push of my thumb and the batteries don't go flat and there is no gears to strip. :)

 

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Harte
1 hour ago, Piney said:

And my beam torque wrench is primitive even though I can "calibrate" it with a push of my thumb and the batteries don't go flat and there is no gears to strip. :)

 

Your beam torque wrench has nothing on my sonic screwdriver.

Harte

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Piney
23 minutes ago, Harte said:

Your beam torque wrench has nothing on my sonic screwdriver.

Harte

Until it's batteries go flat. :yes:

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Gaden
43 minutes ago, Harte said:

Your beam torque wrench has nothing on my sonic screwdriver.

Harte

 Is that when you add vodka to a slush?

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Hanslune
5 minutes ago, Gaden said:

 Is that when you add vodka to a slush?

Admit it you are all reduced to impotent rage at the sight of my actuated vectron machinealizer with extended zero vacuum energizer (lavender flavoured)

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Harte
35 minutes ago, Piney said:

Until it's batteries go flat. :yes:

Zero point energy dude.

Harte

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Harte
8 minutes ago, Hanslune said:

Admit it you are all reduced to impotent rage at the sight of my actuated vectron machinealizer with extended zero vacuum energizer (lavender flavoured)

True.

But only because I hate lavender.

Try the hazelnut.

Harte

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Hanslune
1 minute ago, Harte said:

True.

But only because I hate lavender.

Try the hazelnut.

Harte

Good god no!

I said lavender because once upon a time I was at a fancy restaurant and the final course was a desert that was of that flavor - disgusting!

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