reply to post by seattletruth
Ok, this is my first post and felt I needed to set some things straight about your post on the Pyramids and their purposes.
I believe you have many of the parts to the puzzle, but have in fact put them in the wrong order, as do many others like Dunn.
I have done many experiments to come to my conclusions, and then discovered that someone else had already worked most of it out. George Wiseman builds
and sell his own design of HHO generator for wielding purposes.
I have a water hammer pump I built from pluming parts and tested it. The thing makes such a pounding that you can feel it in the ground for quite a
ways. Pumps water up hill quite nicely.
I have spent over two years building and experimenting with HHO gas and found some quite interesting things about it.
Now to start at the beginning.....HHO gas when ignited in a confined space after all other gases have been removed can be ignited safely with a very
small tube, how ever that may be made of, like the small shafts in the pyramids.
When the gas is ignited , two things happen.
An expansive explosion takes place, but if there is no other gas to react with, the explosion is of very little magnitude. If a little bit of "air"
which is 70% nitrogen, is added, the explosion is quite a bit larger due to the expansion properties of nitrogen, it's actually the main active
expansion force in an internal combustion engine.
But if there is just the HHO in it's basic form and ratio, What then happens? It turns to water right? Now, what happens to all that space that what
once occupied by the voluminous gas? What is space without mater?
Lets say that you have tube that extends hypothetically, from Earth Ocean to space, and you had some way to all of a sudden evacuate most of the air
in it? What will the water do at the bottom?
When HHO burns in a confined space it creates a vacuum that can only be achieved in outer space, or close to it.
So, even with "Bagdad Batteries" and enough time, you could fill the pyramid with HHO gas and test it from the small tube for it's air content, and
once it reaches a purity, can be ignited and then cause an enormous "ping" (because that's what it sounds like), and then draw water from the
subterranean pit in the bottom. You now have water at a much higher level then the surrounding plateau.
Ok, so that wasn't too hard to understand was it? It's common sense and verrry doable, even by the least scientific mind.
Now you have the water up there, what are you going to do with it. From what I understand from Chris Dunn, is that there is an underground channel
that travels some 20klm to a reservoir. He believed that it was used for the water hammer to fill the pyramids, but I believe it is in fact the
reverse. There are apparently all kinds of underground channels going off in different directions, no doubt the "Powers that Be" have already maped
out with satellite tech.
Back to my experience with the water hammer and the pounding it made.
The sound that it made, must have been earth shaking, and by utilizing different channels, could be sent in different directions. Even Elephants have
been known to talk to each other 20 miles or more away.
With a device like that, waves of energy could be literally sent around the globe. And it's kind of funny, there are Pyramids found, around the
I remember one guy doing an experiment in the Kings Chamber. He stretch Food Wrap over the "sarcophagus" Box and sprinkled sand on it. He then
played sound recordings and various notes with sound generators, and preceded to see symbol like objects form in the sand.
I bet it was originally filled with water left there after activating the vacuum pump and utilizing the water energy it left behind. A code was formed
and news was sent around the globe.
The falling water could also be utilized to generate electrical currents.