posted on Mar, 6 2004 @ 06:50 AM
Originally posted by Moomaster
yah i was kinda wondering the same thing...also if the pyramid was hit by an H-bomb it would suck out the air and create a void for a few seconds and
then the whole place would be blown apart by a tremendous force...kind of like a backdraft
Great thread...Moon', check this out. The photo was taken 160 metres
from Hiroshima ground zero. If these buildings can still be upright,
i reckon a pyramid has the ultimate blast deflection angles. Is it
just me, but when i see an image of a F-117 Stealth i see a lot of
construction angles, sort of hard to explain. I dont know squat
about aircraft. Sorry, back 2 the subject
And there would also be a LOT of glass within the blast
area around the pyramids.
The raw materials for making glass consist mainly of silica (sand).
To melt the sand to make glass, the furnace has to reach a temperature of approximately 3,600°F (1,982°C).
Because of the presence of iron in sand, glass with a greenish colour mostly results.
[Edited on 6-3-2004 by sanctum]