posted on Mar, 8 2003 @ 05:07 PM
Darn, tyler I was actually expecting something good.
This is old news, everyone knows these tunnels point to key stars, but what nobody has actually answered is what they do.
What do they do? Well I and a bunch of colleagues (whom happen to be engineers and geologists) believe these tunnels were the "drains" if you will,
of the mechanisms that the Egyptians had possibly used to lower the stones in to place.
The pyramid's angles of its sides, are equal to that of sand if you were to drop it onto a point, you know how sand forms that cone. Pyramids are
the maximum of the angle that sand can reach before collapse.
Well so this lends good theory to the fact that the Egyptians used sand to lower their stones into such perfect place, without the aids of massive
cranes, this is the only other plausible possibility.
So these inside tunnels were sand holding up several key internal blocks, you let it drain into the interior and the whole pyramid seals up, just as
it was before grave robbers plundered it.
This would also explain why blocks with broken handles, now block these passage ways further up.