(insert sounds of someone stomping off to the educational system and snarling, "DOESN'T ANYONE BOTHER TO TEACH SCIENCE ANY MORE???")
Sorry about that. Okay... so we go off and look at the page.
The first thing we notice is that the writer doesn't check sources. He states:
Reports by ancient historians indicate that workers at the pyramids could work all day taking no other nourishment than "water from the
This contradicts records at the workers' village right there on the Giza plateau, which has communal kitchens, breweries, ovens, living quarters,
etc, etc. The remains of the fish they cooked were found in the kitchens.
He continues with
I will show you why they were not tombs, over and above the fact that they were never found to contain mummies, treasure, or even decorations on
the walls, which are characteristic of all royal Egyptian tombs
...blythely unaware that a mummy was found in the pyramid of Menkaure (smallest pyramid)...
And then makes the bold statement
The Great Pyramid:
Fits the Profile of a Chemical Laser
This works only if you have read diagrams (as the writer said he did) without actually understanding the physics and chemistry. (Water, by the way,
does have a dipole moment hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...
, but the amount of "energy" is virtually nil.
It doesn't matter how much energy you put in or around it, it's still not going
to be energized (otherwise, all the water that falls through our modern hydroelectric plants would be "energized" and everyone and everything
downstream from the hydroelectric plant would have special... powers and all that stuff.)
But the writer is unaware of this. I don't think he took any chemistry classes (I did, but I'm no chemist.)
So... moving on... He makes his "source of power" a mysterious and unmeasured "pyramid power" that is somehow gathered by falling on the surface
of the pyramid ... and it's apparently done by some sort of miraculous process that was able to be made by wooden hammers and copper chisels
He then claims
The air vent to the exterior allows lenses to manipulate sunlight into the so-called "King's Chamber." Various crystals could be
used to alter natural forms of energy, and adjust the heat, sound and light frequencies in the chamber.
He is apparently unaware that the end of the shaft is horizontal, preventing light from entering the shaft:
He has little idea of how an actual laser is constructed... and frankly, given the nature of the chemicals used to make modern chemical lasers, the
traces of these things (like iodine) should be all over the insides of the pyramids:
It is my theory that when the pyramids were ready and a major celestial event took place the world's largest power plants went into operation.
The granite vessels inside the chambers could have been loaded with the appropriate amount of raw elements, many elements were known and used by the
(sorry... I just had to add "no they weren't." Atoms and elements weren't described until 600 BC, first by the Indians and next by the Greeks)
... to create a chemical reaction, so that when the water was forced up the ascending passage using Bernoulli's Principle
I'm pretty sure he doesn't understand Bernoulli's principle or how weak the effect is with an incompressible flow.
the energized granite plugs locked something into the water molecules as they passed by similar to static electricity.
Granite (being a blend of a lot of different minerals and elements in a very patchy and non-uniform rock) is not a conductor of anything. Although
water is dipolar, you can't magnetize a liquid (it requires everything staying absolutely still and all the molecules lining up. If they keep
shoving each other around and bumping against each other, they get out of alignment. That's why, when you want to demagnetize an iron or other
magnet, you heat it up.)
Then, the electrified or energized water flowed into a holding area, also called the Upper Temple, where it could be stored and accessed. Larger
quantities could be released to flow down the causeways and into the lower holding area, and could be loaded into special containers like amphorae
(pottery with a rounded or pointed bottom) and taken by boat anywhere up or down the Nile.
Amphorae are Greek manufacture (900 BC or so.) The Egyptians didn't use them.
...and so on and so forth.
I'm not going into the issue of the power of the energy of the sun falling on the side of a pyramid would be (I'm not in the mood for the math and
discussion of the angle of the sun and all those calculations. Let's just say that his estimate is wildly optomistic). Nor am I going to go into
details on "the construction of the chambers in the other pyramids was different than Cheops' Pyramid"... you can look that up for yourself.
Those are the highlights. You could spend a lot of time pointing out the many other errors and assumptions he makes.
One other tiny point... he seems to talk about the sky and universe as though we're living in some sort of dome and angels or other powers
"suddenly" make things happen. We are a small planet in a smallish solar system in one of the galaxies in a universe well over 156 billion light
Planetary and stellar motions and actions are perfectly describable by physics. The Egyptians weren't very concerned about these things, but the
Babylonians and Sumerians kept accurate records and were able to predict events like eclipses. They really don't happen "miraculously."