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Subject:Re: Paperless (Pyramids & papyrus) From:"Robert W. Jones" <shaka -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 30 Jan 1995 11:32:40 -0800
On Mon, 30 Jan 1995, QMS Account wrote:
> Remember that we did not understand how the Egyptians
> made papyrus paper until sometime in the 1960s.
> Most of us who have seen and/or climbed the pyramids believe
> that humans alone could not have floated blocks weighing tons
> 90 miles down the Nile and then put them together at tolerances
> of fractions of an inch. And then there are the 20-ton blocks raised
> 100 feet high in the temples.
I believe they did it alone without help from a UFO!
> Something to think about.
> Bob Morrisette
> Robert -dot- Morrisette -at- EBay -dot- Sun -dot- COM