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    I wondered about the civilization of the Egyptians.

    The technological advances during these period was way to significant. The Egyptians work ethic was massive. The plant life in this region was harsh due to desert. The slave workers probably used sink methods of work activities.

    This might have made a rhythmic sounds. This tranquility of servitude in a manner of tools and movement of materials could have released a chemical response in the surrounding habitat.They high high priest hood which indicates to me use of mind alteration chemicals.

    My question is Egypt location and transportation of slaves could not produce the advancements of this civilization.

    Maybe a production of Algae growth set in society over yrs produced advance Nero response's?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastema View Post
    The technological advances during these period was way to significant.
    In what regard?
    Compared against... what?

    The slave workers
    What "slave workers"?

    This might have made a rhythmic sounds. This tranquility of servitude in a manner of tools and movement of materials could have released a chemical response in the surrounding habitat.They high high priest hood which indicates to me use of mind alteration chemicals.
    Supporting evidence?

    My question is Egypt location and transportation of slaves could not produce the advancements of this civilization.
    That's not a question it's a claim. One - so far - without any supporting evidence and quite a bit of contradictory evidence: i.e. they did produce the "advancements".

    Maybe a production of Algae growth set in society over yrs produced advance Nero response's?
    WTF?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mastema View Post
    The technological advances during these period was way to significant.
    In what regard?
    Compared against... what?

    The slave workers
    What "slave workers"?

    This might have made a rhythmic sounds. This tranquility of servitude in a manner of tools and movement of materials could have released a chemical response in the surrounding habitat.They high high priest hood which indicates to me use of mind alteration chemicals.
    Supporting evidence?

    My question is Egypt location and transportation of slaves could not produce the advancements of this civilization.
    That's not a question it's a claim. One - so far - without any supporting evidence and quite a bit of contradictory evidence: i.e. they did produce the "advancements".

    Maybe a production of Algae growth set in society over yrs produced advance Nero response's?
    WTF?
    Egyptians was one of the largest slave based civilization documented. Logic would suggest a chemical reaction based on the Algae growth known in rivers of the Nile. Vibration is a tremor based rhythmic frequency. The culture thru transcript points in the direction of a chemically induced evolution based on the advancements they had in that set time.This is called Imagination maybe or a general discussion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastema View Post
    This is called Imagination maybe
    Maybe it is called fiction. Or delusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastema View Post
    Egyptians was one of the largest slave based civilization documented.
    Given that it's difficult to differentiate between “servant” and “slave” in documents/ records of the period then you'll have provide supporting evidence for this claim.

    Logic would suggest a chemical reaction based on the Algae growth known in rivers of the Nile.
    No.
    LOGIC would first establish an effect before looking for a cause.

    The culture thru transcript points in the direction of a chemically induced evolution based on the advancements they had in that set time.
    No it doesn't.

    This is called Imagination maybe or a general discussion?
    It's generally called boll*cks or "making sh*t up".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastema View Post
    The plant life in this region was harsh due to desert. ...This tranquility of servitude in a manner of tools and movement of materials could have released a chemical response in the surrounding habitat.
    I would highly suggest ACTUAL research into the habitat of the Nile region during the Egyptian Civilization. Right now, you are totally wrong in it being desert. While its desert now, it WASNT then, so your entire premise is based on a false assumption.

    Also "rhythmic sounds" would in to way exist in that scenario just as they never exist now in a construction site or rock quarry.
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