Originally posted by DizzyDayDream
I found this particularly fascinating too - It's the respone he recieved from a Ukranian Physicist regarding the Giza Pyramid Power Pland theory:
I already finished to read your dissertation. I take of my hat before you. Should I send it to you by the mail? I just entered the amazon.com and put
the following comments to your book:
It can help our modern progressive science to find ground
The book keeps pace with my recent findings in the area of fundamentalphysics: the oriented pyramid is a resonator of the Earth inerton waves, that
is, the aether wind, which was elusive from scientists in the 19th and the beginning of 20th centuries. When Einstein proposed his very formal general
relativity all studies, which touched the aetherproblems, were abandoned. However, today the inerton field is already revealed. The field influences
objects in the same way as ultrasound. That is why I absolutely support Chris Dunn's theory: indeed, thePyramid was constructed as a power plant that
transduced the Earthvibrating energy into the electromagnetic energy. That is why the bookis highly recommended to all thinking scientists,
VolodymyrDr. V. Krasnoholovets Department of Theoretical PhysicsInstitute of Physics National Academy of Sciences Prospect Nauky 46UA-03028 Kyiv
I can see that you've put quite a lot of work into your idea here. That's about the best thing I can say about it. But, I appreciate hard work,
even if I think it's fruitless, it is still not a waste of time, nor is it a waste of electronic storage like so many of the posts written here in
Regarding the russian physicist, the guy reveals himself as ignorant in the quote above and on his
In your quote above, he claims Einstein's theories were the downfall of the theory of the "aether." In fact, the aether had been disproven long
before by the Michelson-Morely experiments.
Dr. Krasnoholovets states in your quoted letter that "inerton field is already revealed. The field influences objects in the same way as
ultrasound." I assure you that he is the only person on Earth to have acheived the "revelation" of the inerton field.
Inertons are a proposed particle to explain inertia. They are proposed,
not based on any currently accepted theory, and apparently not based
on any current unaccepted theory as well.
IOW, they are made up to explain a thing that hasn't been explained yet (inertia.)
No laboratory (other than, presumably, Dr. Krasnoholovets') has ever established the existence of a single "inerton," much less any "inerton
I mention the ignorance on display at his website (to which I linked.)
(In the Pyramid a plate of iron was found that was probably made thousands of years before the iron era originated.) What intimate knowledge
of mathematics and astronomy was encoded in the form and sizes of the Pyramid? Whence did the architects gain such an awareness? (The number pi was
put in the geometry of the Pyramid and again it was two thousand years before the discovery of pi by Pythagoras.)
The bolded portions above are simply not the case. The iron plate found matches very well with iron from the post-Medeival (Islamic) period. The
idea that pi can be found in the GP is a manufactured fantasy which I've thoroughly explained twice before here at ATS (I think it was here - could
have been unexplained-mysteries - or maybe both boards.) The fact that Dr. Krasnoholovets accepts them as factual, without even questioning them, is
ignorance on display.
An earlier poster tried to claim robbers would have to blow the GP open. This is not true, there was a hidden door. In fact, this is the door that
you enter when you tour the GP today.
You (I believe it was you) put up pics of the "Dendera lightbulbs" and stated "Some people believe...." that the Egyptians had electric lights.
"Some people" might believe this, but the Egyptians didn't. The temple in Dendera (which, IIRC, dates to the Ptolemaic era and was thus Greek, not
Egyptian in any case) where those panels can be viewed contain not only the artwork, but also text right there on the walls stating what any admirer
of the artwork is looking at. Visit "Catchpenny Mysteries of Ancient Egypt" (link)
to find out
what it says. Written by none other than John Anthony West, no less (if you know who he is.)
Hint - they ain't light bulbs.
BTW, there's a decent article there on the iron plate as well.
At any rate, nice amount of work. Perhaps you should put an equal amount of work into discovering why you are wrong.
[edit on 5/18/2010 by Harte]