You obviously haven't read the book of C.G. Smith (and not E.M. Abrams ).Skiessa wrote:I would be interested to hear his arguments for the major problems of construction of the pyramids presented in here.
No single theory that i've stumbled across to has even tried to answer any of the actual known problems of the construction of the pyramid, but rather present a theory how a large building in general built from 2 ton stone blocks could be built in 20 years. ignore the geometry, ignore the lack of advanced measurement, ignore the granite blocks, ignore the construction rate, ignore the astronomy - present a rough idea of ramps, wet sand and logs and how they could help moving heavy stones from place A to B, not even presenting a calculation of what kind of transportation rate could be achieved with this method with the suggested workforce.
I hope Mr. Abrams does better with his theory.
He does propose answers to the construction problems, he does take the geometry into account, he does take the granite blocks into account, he does present a calculation of the transportation rate...