reply to post by SageBeno
According to theorists that feel or postulate that at least the Great Pyramid of Cheops is a machine, as I understand the speculation, there's a
certain amount of frequency tuning required if this is a machine as you so also postulate.
Here's a layout of the pyramid for reference
As to fixing the already existing architecture, from a historical standpoint, I'm pretty certain the majority of anyone polled would be on the side
of preserving this great wonder of the past.
Vandalizing any historical treasure such as this with a rebuild would be to erase the historical record of the story these grand works have to tell;
stories we as of yet even know or understand.
For instance, along the lines of this postulate you agree with as evidenced by your post, there was a disaster which caused the pyramid machine to
This disaster is indicated by heat damage, warping, and cracking all throughout the infrastructure of the Great Pyramid.
Sch is the damage, that were this a car, it would essentially be wrecked beyond repair. Thus, not only would attempting to restore the pyramid be an
act of vandalism that could erase the story of the disaster that wrecked it as a machine, if it ever was a machine, but, attempting to restore it
would also be a bigger effort than simply building another from scratch.
Additionally, not every aspect of the Great Pyramid has been fully explored. you can do a search and find information about doorways in shafts that
have yet to be breached by remote control tools with video.
Supposedly one of these doors is slated to be explored later this year, possibly in the Summer.
If every aspect of the pyramid is yet to be explored, then, from a rebuild or even restoration standpoint, how could we even begin if it's such that
we still don't understand or know everything there is to know about the building?
What your proposing would be like attempting to carve a 3 Dimensional sculpture with information from only a partial and fragmented 2-dimensional
We don't have all the data or even understanding of all the data that we do have such that a refurbish, or rebuild would even be possible.
Further, there's cost. Most everyone agrees from a cost standpoint alone, it'd be near impossible to recreate even one of the 3 great pyramids,
even with the most modern of today's equipment.
On top of that, even if the cost in $ or whatever currency was a zero sum, there's still aspects to the engineering of these monuments that are still
not understood, so, we couldn't actually really recreate them.
Also, there's that tuning mentioned earlier. What was the frequency?
Methinks, other than an intellectual exercise, or flight of fancy in imagination, neither refurbishment, or rebuild is, or will ever happen.
I'm not ridiculing or bashing your proposal. I'm just looking at it from a sensible point of view.
Sure, it'd be neat and cool if we fully understood these monuments, and if they were machines had working models, but, as it stands, it's not