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Technology could not replicate such an achievement. Even today.
Originally posted by tooo many pills
reply to post by Paradox.
Thanks! Your last video link isn't working
What I got from his statement on the quarter of an inch off center was the bottom level of bricks in the pyramid (the base) were almost aligned in a perfect square. Going from the center each side was almost exactly straight. Then each layer going up the pyramid is aligned with the bottom layer in almost a perfect square to create the four vertical edges of the pyramid which were only a quarter of an inch off from each other.
That is very hard to do, but still could be done today. If you look at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, I am sure it is near a quarter of an inch, if not within a few mm. Yes, I know it is not made of stone bricks. The original structure of the Great Pyramid had smooth faces, similar to the Luxor.
I fail to see why the example of the engineering designs of skyscrappers can't be used because of horizontal sway. If anything calculating in horizontal sway from wind into the engineering of a taller building than the Great Pyramid would be a more difficult task. The building could crack and come tumbling down.
You could vitually build a pyramid as high as you wanted to because the layers of a pyramid as you go up gradually get smaller and smaller. There wouldn't be any horizontal sway on a pyramid because the base is so strudy.
Are you familiar with the Great Pyramid hamonic sound theory?
[edit on 26-2-2010 by tooo many pills]
Originally posted by Paradox.
Your observation with the frequency theory, the proposed thread was a wealth of information! Although, the OP tries to explain the construction of the pyramids via the Hucheson effect and I find that to be stupid. The reason why is because when Hutcheson directed the wave at those objects, he could BARELY lift a bowling ball (around 30-50 pounds) And how many tons were the pyramid blocks? Also the fact that, the items Hutcheson would levitate would randomly burst apart and disintegrate into pieces due to the powerful resonation the waves created. I think his experiments go to show the connection gravity has to electromagnetism.
Although I do support the frequency theory to some extent, as the guy in my last video stated about a wave guide in the shafts of the pyramids. I am torn between thinking the pyramids were used as energy generators or communication relays for ET life. Very interesting. Thankyou for bringing light to that thread!
[edit on 4-3-2010 by Paradox.]