You’re way off the rails in suggesting “no common sense” or “critical thinking skills.” Frankly, on these points I’m thinking those shoes fit you better. The origin and use of the pyramids is by no means a settled matter. It may be in your mind, even though you didn’t build them. You put your faith in ones who claim to have all the answers. I rather like to see such things questioned and/or alternatives proposed. But that’s not “common sense” or “critical thinking,” is it?
“The origin and use of the pyramids is by no means a settled matter.”
Are you joking? Can you refer to any scholarly materials that put the origin and/or the use of the pyramids into serious doubt?
Hate to pile on. Here is a new flash. There is this stuff called writing inside the pyramids and believe it or not it tells us what the thing is used for. And guess what!!!!! It is a tomb. If you look at the interior of the pyramids it is about the most inefficient way to store anything. I have studied this subject for about 50 years. As a young man I studied how to read the glyphs. I truly hope you are joking about wanting “alternatives” to something no one in his right mind questions.
I don’t have to put my faith in “those who have all the answers.”
I didn’t build the Washington monument but I have a vague idea what is is for.
The people who built the pyramids wrote down why they built them
Anybody who believes that the pyramids would be efficient grain silos is a fool whose policies as President would make Obama look like a model of financial responsibility