posted on Jul, 23 2003 @ 06:04 PM
Actually, the pyramid is a bit different in that the main stones, are not cut into perfect squares, they fit haphazardly in a general form...it's the
casings that were then cut to match these haphazard stones that made the pyramid a perfect, smooth, square geometric form.
Now it's still of course a square, and looks like a bunch of steps, but the stones there are more like...L's or multiple sides, not just
cube-cut....all fitting to form the general shape it now is.
Which does lend more to the argument of offsite construction, because a simple lack of communication would lead to the need to improvise in such a
And the Egyptians did other great works in the quarries but would errect them else where, such as the obelisks...