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    Default The Pyramids of Giza discussion

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    The Pyramids of Giza

    The satellite imagery on them is pretty good, but their elevation is pretty much non-existent.


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    exactly. they need to apply the same elevation as they did to mount evest for the pyramids.
    such an important landmark, so little attention!

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    Default Done. Pyramid construction riddle solved.

    I moved safes for ten year. I'm way friggin smart.

    Haven't read all the rules and don't know if this is bad form here but...I have my theory all laid out with drawings on another site. No lost tech, no aliens, no cranes or sleds. Simple tried and true blue collar safe moving tequniques appllied to the big pointed thing in Egypt. All there. From quarry to tip. It's so simple you're gonna freak. Only tools for moving blocks are rollers, levers, cribs, some rope and men to pull on it. It's all there, in detail.

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/123986-post1.html

    If that scares you, search the net for political debate forums. Go to forum "Science and Technology" the thread "How to build pyramid" I'm named teacher there. You don't have to join to read this. But you'll be joining. I challenge you to find a fault in my method.

    This is it kids, it's over, I'm serious, which you will learn is something for me. Ya'll can't handle this.

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    Default I so am the man.

    New stuff here...

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/scienc...d-pyramid.html

    Got my own forum here...

    http://www.hardcorepolitics.com/pyramids-physics/

    Spread the word.

    It's solved, read it, send cash, name your children after me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchimedes
    Haven't read all the rules and don't know if this is bad form here but...
    teacher, it is a little in bad form - you are off topic, nobody asked how the pyramids were built, and you are pushing your own website.

    But we are going to let it slide due to your very unique writing style. I enjoy the way you arrange words. You really do have a gift, being extremely haughty, arrogant, boisterous and friendly all at once. I enjoyed your site.

    I personally don't care how the pyramids were built, but I can see absolutely nothing wrong with your drawings - though it would be nice if they were all on one page.

    There is another word to describe your writing style - belligerent and argumentative (two words). If you reply (and I'm sure you will), be nice, for I can edit or delete your posts, you cannot mine.

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    well, it is relevant after all.
    and he's not threatening anyone, just enthusiastic....

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    And he got great artistic skillz..

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    Longest post I've ever seen.
    (kinda entertaining at that)
    This isn't a debate club...
    Lets not go knocking our heads in.
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    Ok, Marchimedes... I don't know what your intention is to be here in this forum, but I dislike disgracing or threatening a member here, especially if it's a mod who already warned you.

    Until the emotions are cooled down, I temporarily close that thread.

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    Ah Captain, I started it. He just went overboard in his reply - though it was very entertaining, it was a bit to crude and base for GEH. If he had only left out the last section - about editing me. The rest of it was pretty good.
    Last edited by Appletom; 09-14-2006 at 08:39 PM.

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