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The thermal scanning was carried out at all times of the day, including during sunrise, as the sun heats the structures from the outside, and then during sunset as the pyramids are cooling down.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: Blue Shift
If what we're looking at is purely a difference in the dissipation of heat absorbed from the sun striking the exterior, my question is why would a void be warmer than the surrounding stone and not cooler?
originally posted by: WeRpeons
a reply to: purplemer
I wonder if this will go the same way as the cavern that was found under the Sphinx in 1997. Supposedly Edgar Cayce saw this cavern in one of his many trance like states and called it the Hall of Records. Nothing was ever revealed after they found 25ft x 40ft cavern.
The warm areas retain heat longer than the cool areas. They are not being heated from within. Here's a detailed explanation
believe all secrets of the pyramids are already solved and known by the real leaders of this world.