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originally posted by: mortex
originally posted by: nonspecific
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Someone was talking about this, a thread I think around a few months ago.
I never could believe they'd go to all that trouble stacking all that volume, only to have a mancave for him, for wardrobe closet for her, and a crapper.
I can't imagine they would go to all that trouble without putting something seeriously cool in there like a stargate or similar alien tech
Call me what you will I would get one of those bit drilly mining machines and head on in there and to hell with preserving ancient monuments.
Star gates don’t exist in the real world they purely Hollywood science fiction.
An echo image? How embarrassing for these researchers if that is true.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: Devino
This void, as pictured in your link, does seem to mimic the Grand Gallery, I wonder if any of the ascending shafts go through or connect to this void.
Or maybe it isn't a "void" at all, but rather an imaging ghost of the Grand Gallery. Or another "minor gallery" designed to do the same thing the Grand Gallery did, help move blocks up inside the pyramid for distribution on the uppermost layers.
originally posted by: Hanslune
a reply to: Kandinsky
Kewl! It may be awhile but they will at some point drill in and place a camera/robot into both. I do hope something of interest is found - I suspect something like the relieving chambers - ie rocks, dust and maybe some graffiti!
I hope I am wrong
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
a reply to: LSU0408
Or looking at from the outside!
I would bet that it takes two, one from the inside to hold something, while one from the outside does their part.
That is why the pyramids are mysterious! Nobody knows.