reply to post by Vitruvian
spare me the video's i know how canals work, having been through the erie canal. and you do know canals work both way's don't you, moving ships up and
down. and they have pumps that move many thousands of gallons of water a minute. and as far as i know there was no system that could move that amount
of water, found or even hinted at in egypt. if there was then i'm sure other crack pots and their defenders such as yourself would have jumped on it
i couldn't help but notice that, neither you or the crack pot have or could explain how they pumped the water to and from the locks, and or how waist
deep water could provide the displacement needed in order for them to floalt
the barges carring the loads that they would carry. granted i think it possible that waist deep water might allow for the displacment of a barge
carring the smaller blocks saying the ones said to weigh as little as 2.5. tons.
i have to see if i could find a enginer and get them to figure it out.
and i don't feel bad, i just think it''s funny how you how you defend a theory that you your self say that is not your own, but you whole heartily
attack others who shot wholes in or bring up what others have said.
if you need a hand in refreshing your memory, just check your responses to posts after your op.
and then there's the little snide comments you make as you try and act all supieor in your intelligence.
which i won't address because, in doing so i would fall into your little trap. and that's a game i will not play.
and for the record, i never accussed you of not knowing what you are talking about. i merely asked if you held a phd in archaeology, and stated that a
universties archaeology department would have more creditly than someone who doesn't. after all your the one that said that their info was outdated
and sometimes false.
nuff said i will not responsed to you again.
edit on 20-7-2012 by hounddoghowlie because: (no reason given)