Do you have an idea how to cut the core, when the core barrel is full ? so
as to recover it ?
Hence, your bow tool is ludicrous for exploration and exploitation, just
good at the most to make a hole into a slab ALREADY FACED AND CUT ... and
at the most a foot I would say !
With such tool there is no way you could indeed get the core out of a blind
bore ! Yep !
Well it seemed to me, from the regularity of the groves, they were to be
assimilated to a thread. In any case, this would mean a very primitive and
Copper consuming way of boring a hole, since obviously wearing the tool at a
fastest rate that it would penetrate ! Building the GP alone with such tools
would have taken a 1000 years ... and more !
The GP builders had other type of instruments and knowledge.. and the
datations goes back according to the evident unconsolidated sedimentation of
the desert around, to a period anterior to that overlay !
..and the Syenite quarries of Ashuan or Syène are filled with that material
.... and although the arguments regarding sand blown dunes is valid, where
is the sand coming in the first place, as well rounded pebbles cannot be
blown away... and the Egyptian desert is made of Erg and Reg as well.
There is no relation indeed in the making of the 3 great Pyramids, and all
the others are just pale and more recent imitation of such.
AGAIN then, have Archaeologists have been boring a hole in a Basalt or
Porphyry Granite say with their Copper boring tools ?
Have they be cutting such material with their Copper Saws too ?
I BET NONE EVER DID SO EXCEPT IN THE PAGES OF BOOKS !
"Eric Stevens" <eric.stevens@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit dans le message de news:
> On Mon, 18 Jul 2005 00:49:33 +0200, "Jean-Paul Turcaud"
> <mining_pioneer@xxxxxxxøø> wrote:
> Its not a continuous thread. It's not even a spiral. It shows the
> pattern of reversals in rotation from the bow that drove the drill.
>>... and what is the pace of that tool drilling through a very hard stone
>>About 7 on Mohs' scale and Copper tool ? less than 3 since you scratch it
>>anytime with a piece of calcite ?
>>Well, the scale of the core is indicated but it is evident that the tool
>>a very high penetration rate with a continuous spiral grove all through.
>>mucking about indeed : Very High Pressure on the head or on the bit, High
>>speed and high penetration rate indeed ! ... and all this carried out with
>>hardness 3 tool on a hardness 7 material !!!
>>WHO DO YOU THINK YOU THE ARCHAEOLOGISTS ARE TRYING TO FOOLS WITH YOUR
>>UNENDING TRADELESS IDIOCIES !
>>I challenge any Archaeologist in the world and I backed in that by any
>>Geologist indeed, to show us how you are able to go Core drilling in
>>with any Copper tools as well as cutting a slab of hard rock with Copper
>>The main Problem with Archaeologist is their crude & tradeless ignorance,
>>and further more as a result their incapacity at sorting chronologically
>>building methods !
>>INDEED THE OLDEST ONES ARE THE MOST INVOLVED AND THE BLURRED UNDERSTANDING
>>OF SUCH FACT LEADS TO LUDICROUS CONCLUSIONS !
>>With best regards
> Eric Stevens