Doug Weller <dweller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Look, this started with your writing:
> >BTW, There were no more than 2,500 people working on the pyramid (See
> >Lehner's works). That is perfectly compatible with predominant molding
> >process, not with carving ones which would need 10 to 40 time more
> >people. Right?"
> It's clear that you include carving and moving the stones in your 2500.
> You claim it would take at least 25000 people to carve the stones.
I stand corrected, that was wrong.
> And my number included moving them.
So that's 5,000 (see NOVA interview) not 25,000 like you claimed:
"Working *on* the pyramid, that doesn't include people doing the
quarrying for a start.
20000 to 25000 that says."
> So will you please acknowledge that you were wrong and stop this faffing
Only idiot dont change their mind. I read more stuff and got a better
grasp at the estimates. I was wrong. You did not better by defending an
extreme view with thousands of carvers.
"Tout est au mieux dans le meilleur des mondes possibles"
Voltaire vs Leibniz