Thomas, in an effort to read through your notes I started with your very first post on this website. Unbelievable. You state, "if the original egyptians were black, how come they are not creating the same culture as before." First, I'd probably want clarification on what you are considering "culture"...is it the building or the lifestyle? From a "building" standpoint, the answer is clear. They were robbed of their land and killed off and scattered away from the region. Modern day Egyptians ARE NOT related to the original Egyptians...are modern day Egyptians Nubian or Ethiopian? If no, then they are not the original Egyptians...correct? Secondly, if you mean "culture", the scattered Egyptians, or their descendents, do continue that ancient culture to this very day in Africa. Have you heard of the Dogon? Have you heard of "Coptic Christian's"? Have you heard of Ethiopians? To the extent that they can live in freedom they live by the precepts of ancient Egypt...but due to incessant war being waged upon them by foreigners they are limited in what they can do.
However, I think your question is totally uneducated...as if you don't know anything about what happened to the original ancient Egyptians. But yet you want to claim they were whites...well, even then, you are unable to say where these whites came from and what happened to them?
Lastly, the reality is that Egyptian culture took form as a result of thousands of years of development that took place in the heart of Africa. Egypt was the offspring of African cultural developments from several contributing tribes or peoples from the Interior. Cheikh Anta Diop documented the slow development of "pyramid building" as it started further south up the Nile in Meroe, Napata and places further south and west in the Sudan.