posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 10:23 AM
Going on the assumption that your theory has merit (I don't know enough about electrical energy to judge one way or the other), it should be possible
to conduct an experiment to prove/disprove that the shape & location of the pyramids generates electricity no?
Surely by building a scale model and placing it over a source of running water (one where you can control the flow rate) you should be able to measure
the energy being emitted from the tip and determine if the shape, position or flow rate has any effect over how much energy is emitted? If there is an
increase, one would be able to calculate roughly how much energy the full-sized pyramid would be capable of generating which in turn would give you a
way of determining whether it could've powered devices or transmitted wireless electricity?
Although very unlikely if it turns out they do produce energy the big question is.. why? What would the Egyptians, Mayans etc possibly need
electricity for (wireless or otherwise) and why would that have gone to so much effort to bury their dead rulers at the local powerplant & scribbled
stories about ascending to the afterlife on the walls?