Sitting here this morning, pondering over my thoughts on this idea of cutting rock with the sun. Applying my engineering knowledge to the situation, I had a revelation. Even could picture it set up and operating in my mind.
Lay the desired stone out so it faces north to south, meaning the desired cut is facing east to west. We know those in Egypt understood this simple principle and mastered it being the Pyramids are in alignment.
Over the stones fasten a wooden arch, similar to a small sapling tree bent over the stone. On top of the arch place the quartz Fresnel lens.
As the sun rises, it will come through the lens at an angle. As it rises and then sets throughout the day. It will then cut through the entire stone from side to side by using the path of the sun as the precision guide and saw blade.
Would there be any residue of such a thing happening? Yes, for the granules of rock that are melted away would turn to glass. This is easily noted in the video I shared on the previous post under this topic. As the person melted crushed rock into a ball of glass. Do we find glass in the desert of Egypt today? Yes we do, its called Libyan desert glass.
I am by far no expert in this field.
But to me it looks like a duck… and quacks like a duck.