Message - Re: Structural engineering of the Great Pyramid of Egypt

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 01, 2003 at 05:23:53:

In Reply to:  Re: Structural engineering of the Great Pyramid of Egypt posted by d on December 31, 2002 at 11:15:32:

This not a question about logic, the chambers that was covered with symbols could be decorated by any Tut who in a few generations could rewrite the history with a few fakes. Now somone who have his face carved instead of an aincient wouldn't brag about building a Pyramide ,would he.
The Pyramides can be hollow, or rather it would be nice with space between blocks further in the structure. The emty tunnels could be service passway's in a partly hollow structure, you can not reach ,by "attacing" from the sides of the Pyramides. Then a bit before the top, would be a place to check for an entrance ,but it could be covered by a few layers of blocks.
Se , ---- nothing of what I explained are eny use , just like the Pyramides ;))

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