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Comment: Re:They made the blocks into wheels (Score 1) 198

by Joce640k (#47763805) Attached to: How the Ancient Egyptians (Should Have) Built the Pyramids

The key failing of the cradle and the (actually extremely similar) pole theory is that it does not explain how they moved the far larger slabs that were not square blocks.

So they could only move 90% of the stones that way...

Yeah I guess that _does_ definitively prove they could never have used them for anything at all. Not.

Comment: Re:Corroborating Hieroglyphics? (Score 1) 198

by Joce640k (#47763693) Attached to: How the Ancient Egyptians (Should Have) Built the Pyramids

Anyone that actually lived in the middle east knows that sand is everywhere. They simply stacked the blocks while building up a sand pile around it, then eventually dug the sand away again

I think you massively underestimate the amount of sand needed to make a ramp up to something that tall.

Comment: Re:So sad ... (Score 1) 233

by Archangel Michael (#47758693) Attached to: California Passes Law Mandating Smartphone Kill Switch

Liberals voting for Liberals, hating what Liberals do but not ever changing how they vote, because they view the alternative is being worse. The reality is, both (R) and (D) are equally bad, especially when they get a Monopoly of power, like California. Hell, they voted in the loon Jerry Brown ... Again.

Comment: Re:Automated Clickbait Answers (Score 2) 61

No, they aren't doing it wrong. They are doing it right for their business model, because it works. If nobody saw that crap, click through the click bait, and didn't click the "share to see what happened next" only to be tricked into sharing their account details and not ever seeing what they came to see, their business model would fail.

But enough people fall for the bullshit that I really believe that is how we get GWB and BHO as presidents!

Comment: Re:I forced myself to watch it (Score 0) 300

by Archangel Michael (#47751961) Attached to: Put A Red Cross PSA In Front Of the ISIS Beheading Video

Logic is what is flowing from the Whitehouse at the moment. Dressed up legal process of trying to find out who killed the one guy kidnapped a couple years ago so we can arrest him and charge him for murder, giving fodder for the radical Muslims and a voice to them during trial. Logically, it all makes sense, until you realize that logic doesn't play a part in eliminating the real threat.

Meanwhile there are millions being killed all over the Muslim world and instead of uniting the world against Radical Islam, we're playing law and order. Political Correctness run amok and it is going to kill us all.

And when they hold a knife to your neck, you can recall that I warned you. It is coming, and we're too scared of being called names to stop it.

Comment: Re:I forced myself to watch it (Score 1) 300

by Archangel Michael (#47749759) Attached to: Put A Red Cross PSA In Front Of the ISIS Beheading Video

It leads to people understating the horrors of crime. I realize that some people take a personal offense when exposed to the images of horrors. THEY get offended, not because of the crime, but more because they were exposed to the crime. They would rather not have to face it, but they also don't want others to face it on their behalf.

These are like people who don't want to know where Meat comes from.

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