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Discussion in 'Tall Tales & Fabrications' started by Joe Riley, Apr 23, 2016.
10 Bizarre Theories About The Pyramids That DON'T Involve Aliens
"The ancient Egyptians built the pyramids to inspire awe, but could they have known that they would also inspire idiocy? For millennia, individuals have gazed upon these edifices, seeing them not as they are, but as projections of their own beliefs. Here are ten of the strangest theories—no aliens required."
Steve Martin, rockin' King Tut...
"Advanced Ancient Stone Cutting That Is Impossible to Replicate Today
Ancient civilizations cut 100 ton obelisks and blocks of granite from the bed-rock that seems to be impossible considered the tools they had at the time. Did they use an advanced ancient technology to craft these elegant and sophisticated artifacts seen across Egypt, Today, this technology is a mystery to us. "
"Stylized statues carved from granite, intricate hieroglyphs cut into granite obelisks and perfectly flat, interlocking blocks of granite are some of the proof for this technology. This video will show evidence indicating precision stone-cutting seemingly in use over 4,000 years ago."
About the drilled holes... Maybe each person was assigned a hole to carve out, and that was his whole mission in life---to drill one hole. I can think of worse careers.
My outer basement walls are made of granite stones, likely from a little local town called Elberton. I know they are almost impenetrable.
The Khufu ship is an intact full-size vessel from Ancient Egypt that was sealed into a pit in the Giza pyramid complex at the foot of the Great Pyramid of Giza around 2500 BC.
Khufu's ship is 43.6 m (143 ft) long and 5.9 m (19.5 ft) wide. It was identified as the world's oldest intact ship and has been described as a masterpiece of woodcraft that could sail today if put into water.
Reassembled, on display
The Drill Team?