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Originally posted by aspx
unfortunately you will never find out whats inside because these people have always kept it behind closed doors, even now ! the age of live mobile broadcasting technology
Originally posted by DemonSpeedN
reply to post by The Endtime Warrior
Exactly my thoughts as well. The truth of alot of things will hopefully come into the light in 2012 including the mysteries of the Great Pyramid and the Hall of Records under the Sphinx among other things around the world.
Originally posted by Kandinsky
That lazy journalist must be on his holidays and posting an old story. We were on this story this time last year...The Secret Pyramid Shafts Being Explored Now.
I've been checking every couple of weeks since and it's like nothing ever happened. Before Hawass was invited to evade retirement, I hoped he was saving it as a last 'big show' for his exit. Here we are a year past and no news of failures or successes...
Robert Richardson, an engineer working on the robot at Leeds University told The Independent, "We are preparing the robot now and expect to send it up before the end of the year. It's a big question, and it's very important not to cause unnecessary damage."
But Zahi Hawass, one of the experts leading the Egyptian expedition, told The Independent, "It looks as if (the door) is screening or covering something."
RoboScarab - The Next Generation of Robot Pyramid Explorers...August 2009
Although the 'Leeds robot' just began the actual investigation of the secret doors last week, Dr. Hawass revealed at his lecture that on the 31th of July the Leeds team already had a major breakthrough. But that was all information Dr. Zahi was willing to share (except that they'll be taking a look at the other shafts also). No hint at what kind of 'major breakthrough' this could be, nor did he share any photographs, video or even just 3D sketches of the robot.
Heritage Key interview with Hawass...August 2009
HK: Is it true that the team from Leeds University began the robotic exploration of the shafts in the Queen’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid last week?
HK: Do you intend to focus just on the southern shaft or will you be returning to the northern shaft as well?
ZH: We’ll do the south and the north shafts.