reply to post by Titen-Sxull
I must've skimmed over this, the first time...
1. Where and how did they acquire the knowledge of precise geometric shape, mathematics and calculations (for pyramid building) when, according to
'history' they were supposed to be nomadic cave dwellers.
I'm not a historian and I'm also not a mathematician. My advice would be to find one of those, find someone who knows about the history of how
mathematics developed in Egypt. My best guess is that it has a lot to do with written language, once language was written down units of measure could
be devised and standardized across the entirety of Egypt. Regardless it is far more likely that they would develop the knowledge on their own than
receive it from aliens, especially with the complete lack of physical evidence for alien interference.
... otherwise, I would've responded...
a mathematician. Received my Bachelor's degree from The University of Texas (Longhorns) '94
And, that's precisely how approach ALL of this stuff - probability-wise. Not, just AAT - ALL of it. From JFK, to 9/11 to [insert popular
- listen to the varying positions
- collect data that actually supports each case
- crunch the numbers, and see what makes the most sense, or seems more likely.
reply to post by Erongaricuaro
I take more a "technician's" view of these matters than a scientist's and when I find some plausible hypothesis will postulate that assumption while
adding or subtracting all that is necessary to make it workable hoping it will lead to a usable product. I understand the scientific method is to
immediately discard anything that cannot be backed up by empirical data and facts, but I don't work in that environment. I take any two puzzle pieces
that seem to fit, try to find others, and begin to make something usable of them. I do this much in the same manner as when in my working days an
engineer would bring me a prototype, or at least an idea of something he dreamed up, then begin to test and modify it until it begins to function
somewhat as he had in mind. We were quite productive working in that manner.
Same. After receiving my degree I went to work for a F-500 Semicon company as an engineer (New Products), for 14 years, so I imagine we approach
things the same way. Thanks for the contribution. *'d
I suppose I felt compelled to share this knowledge, because it's obvious that some people think they are talking to some 27-year-old, pimple faced,
social nightmare that lives in his parents' basement, sucking on cheese-whiz, playing xbox, and posting on a conspiracy site.
Surprise, I'm a fully-functioning, well educated, world traveled, extroverted member of society who finds himself in the fortunate position of being
able to spend his 'free' time watching, reading, and learning much more than the average person (semi-retired for 3 years).
You wanna disagree with me? Fine. But, understand my beliefs/opinions are well researched and calculated. Has my opinion ever changed on something?
Sure. I'm open to new evidence working it's way into an equation. I just want the truth, no matter WHAT it is. Make an argument. (instead of
constructing an argument revolving around destroying mine (and, failing), create one that supports yours
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SquirrelNutz because: (no reason given)