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Originally posted by stirling
The Pyramids have to be good for something besides burials....
Originally posted by the_philth
This reminds me of a book I read almost 15 years ago (wow! tempus fugit!).
The book was authored by machinist/tool maker Christopher Dunn, and his book is called The Giza Power Plant.
It was a pretty interesting read. He's suggesting the same theory as in the first video suggesting the pyramid was basically a power plant!
Gotta check out the other vid's --- this subject always fascinates me. Thanks for posting this!
Originally posted by Blue Shift
Originally posted by unknown32
I find it amazing how accurate and precise the pyramids were built and flawless.
Overall, it's pretty well-planned out. But flawless? Who ever said that? The rocks are all odd sizes and just piled onto each other with a lot less accuracy than you would imagine. Maybe they finished it off nicely when they were done, but look at it. It's like a huge garbage pile of rocks.
How smart could the Egyptians (or the aliens) be if they couldn't figure out such a simple and incredibly helpful thing as standardized parts?
edit on 6-2-2012 by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by mojo2012
For the dead, for the dead.
That's why they were based of funeral technology from the Arabs.
That's why they were on the side of the river for the dead.
That's why they point to heaven.