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Originally posted by lifeform11
reply to post by chimaybliss
i'll guess more mummies.
either that or some sort of deadly thing they locked away so it could never threaten humanity again. until now.
Originally posted by igor_ats
Originally posted by baddmove
Not so fast Grasshopper...
After many years of waiting, the 2nd sealed door inside of a shaft in the Queen’s chamber in the Great Pyramid will be finally opened. A small team from National Geographic along with the Egyptian Antiquities Department and Zahi Hawass are planning on re-attempting to find out exactly what is hidden behind these two small doors. The first door was drilled through a few years ago and it revealed another door blocking the shaft. The researchers will again attempt to drill through this second door and then position a small camera inside to determine what lies behind the blocked shaft. Read more: scienceray.com...
In that pic with the guy holding some equipment in a hole - is that the shaft which leads to door no.1 & 2?
Man that is tiny. I don't expect them to find anything of significance.
Originally posted by itsatrap
I've seen this article pop up a few times over the last year. However, hawass is gone and with the turmoil in egypt and the military state that it currently is, I doubt anything is moving forward. Not to mention the looting....
I'll believe it when I see it.
Originally posted by zroth
Egypt was a colony of the original man that setup shop after the deluge.
I hope they open the door.
I really hope they open the hall of records and youtube it.
Originally posted by tetsuo
I emailed the lead dude for the project, Mr. Whitehead, who gave me/us as much info as was possible given the nature of scientific research and objectivity. No doubt the riots and social unrest in Egypt are going to delay the release of research - but as I understood it, the actual exploration is already complete - data just needs to be published. It is going to be published in the Supreme Council of Antiquities's own journal, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Egypte (ASAE).