To me, the smoking gun is the Pyramids, how mathematically precise they are..
Where did they get all the stones from?
How many people helped?
How did they move the stones?
How did they set the stones in place?
How fast did they work?
How did they accomplish all the fantastic mathematical equations embedded in the structure, such as examples of 3.14, perfect 52 degree angle, points
of the compass, and Orion's Belt?
Why would there be such an emphasis on math?
How did they accomplish the task without the wheel? Supposedly it wasn't invented yet.
I guess if you make the Nile River the Milky Way it is suppose to match the Pyramids perfectly with Orions Constellation.
Isn't the case also that the Egyptians kept records of everything except for the construction of the pyramids??
A snippet: aliencases.conforums.com...
As we are constantly told, the 30-year time frame to build the pyramids of Giza is totally inaccurate and not even possible when the calculations are
done. 2.4 million blocks of stone weighing between 3 and 5 tons each were quarried at the Aswan quarry, which would have been an achievement in itself
with the tools available to the Egyptians. It's also known that 3 different types of stones were utilized to build the great pyramid; the inner core
blocks which are visible today were limestone, the Kings chamber and other inner chambers were very hard red granite, and the polished casing stones
(removed years ago to build mosques and other buildings), were white limestone. It's interesting to note that some of the red granite stones used for
the King's chamber ceiling joists were 5' wide, 7' thick and 32' long, weighing up to 80 tons each. They would have had to been cut, lifted and
transported to the Nile river, floated by barge, of which there are no records anywhere in Egypt indicating such tools or equipment would have been
Finally the 80-ton red granite stones would have had to be lifted 150 feet up, to place them where the Kings chamber and anti-chambers are located in
the great pyramid. Transporting such massive stones on barges would have also been a problem, since the Nile River annually flooded before the Aswan
High Dam was completed in 1970. Work could have only been accomplished about 9 months out of the year, however using the 30-year time frame we're
supposed to accept, it would have been necessary to quarry, transport and set a stone every 90 seconds, 24-7, 365 days a year, to fit the 30-year time
frame. As a matter of note, the144, 000 polished casing stones, weighing 15 tons each, that once covered the pyramid, would have also had to have been
quarried, polished, transported and placed with a space tolerance of 1/50th of an inch between them utilizing mortar joints. Were the casing stones
with mortar joints on the outer surface used to keep water out of the pyramid? I'll address that with Mr. Klein's theory later.
So Debunkers, can we duplicate the pyramids TODAY with the exact same technology they used so long ago, and finish the construction in the same time
frame? Really? I don't think so...
It could be an Alien Race who puts Pyramids all over the Universe...for reasons unknown to us...
[edit on 8-12-2008 by game over man]