Do you believe Ancient Egyptians could lift weights over 1000 tonnes?
Do you think that this might be a misleading question? The implication is that it was necessary to lift weights of that magnitude, when it was only necessary to move them. Lifting and moving are quite different in terms of the mechanical demands of the tasks.
On a related matter, within the second video, the presenter repeatedly states that no modern crane can lift 1,000 tonnes. This is one of the few clear observations made in the clip and it is factually wrong. (For example, see this wikipedia article
.) It reduces ones confidence in the overall argument when simple errors
like this are made.
Do you believe Ancient Egyptians built the great pyramids?
There is probably no good reason, other than mental illness, not to believe this.
Do you absolutely trust everything the official science tells you?
Since you are posting only to promote this video, I doubt any reply will be forthcoming, but...
1. Do you think regular members of a science forum, many educated in the sciences, some engaged in scientific research, will trust anything without proper investigation, or consideration of the evidence?
2. What is official science? Use of the terms suggests the author does not understand how science works. True, there are official scientific bodies, but such bodies rarely, if ever, issue pronouncements on matters. The truth
of any scientific issue emerges from the rough and tumble of competing hypotheses aired in conferences, journals and passionate emails.