Illegal mexican build ittrust me there good
aliens did not build the pyramids the link is my proof
Take a look at coral castle one man weighing about 120 lbs moving stones slabs weighing hundreds of tons no one knows how it was built. Just because people of today don't know how the pyramids were built that does not mean little green men from mars built them. Give the Egyptians credit for their accomplishments even if secrets of the pyramids have not been discovered to this day.
I think that was true! I can't believe that human could build a pyramid like that! It's impossible for them to build that! They don't have any machine or something yet! Im wondering about that!
I'll take 3 tin foil hats plz
You're right, no human would stack rocks that way.
The history channel.. must be real then.. LOL
How could they have possibly have moved these huge blocks? WIth the thousands of jews slaves they had working for them OPEN A BOOK.
"for thousands of years people lived in caves then all of the sudden buildings began to appear" Actually there was a slow process and evolution to the building process. As an architect i know this to be fact. But this information doesn't fit into your thesis so you disregard it. However lets just focus on the Pyramids. All around the world there are failed attempts to build this construct. and through trial and error they found the equation the worked to erect these monuments to HUMAN ingenuity.
I meant to say "the long ram theory is[n't] practical. Typo
Hmmm... it must have been your child like knowledge and wit that had me confused. SORRY!
So professor, why don't YOU explain how the pyramids were built and by who. I suppose you must think it was built by the Atlanteans.......or ETs! LOL!
You really are slow aren't you?
YOU SAID, and I quote: "2.2 million 80-ton blocks".
There ARE NOT 2.2 million 80 TON BLOCKS in the Great Pyramid numbnuts. The average block weighs about 2.5 tons.
Why don't you "literally go to google (if that isn't too much of a task) and type in 'average weight of pyramid blocks'.
For crying out loud.....
6 of us paying 500 Gypo pounds each is a tidy little sum. The guard didn't even haggle with us. LOL!
Fort Knox?!?! LOL! Hardly. I didn't say I went IN the Great Pyramid. You can't go in. I said I climbed the Great Pyramid. And no, it isn't impossible. People used to do it all the time. It takes about 20 minutes. The top is covered in graffiti. The time to do it about 5:00am after they turn the lights off that illuminate the pyramid. Coming down in the twilight of dawn makes it harder to be spotted. I actually saw the sun break the horizon while standing on top of the pyramid.
Hmmm......if you up on this subject you'd be familiar with Jean-Pierre Houdin and his theory. His theory holds that the grand gallery was used as a counter weight system whereby stone, sand, whatever... was raised an lowered on a rail or trolley system to counterbalance the granite stones of the kings chamber.
Good point....except I never said I thought an exterior ramp was plausible, but do go on.... I actually lean toward Jean-Pierre Houdin's "internal ramp" hypothesis.
If you have an educational background in Egyptology, then why are you so ignorant about Egyptian agricultural practices? When the floods receded in October, the Egyptians sowed their crops and merely waited until they were ready for harvest in April. It was one of the simplest and easiest farming methods used anywhere. The Egyptians barely had to work at all to make their food because of the Nile.
Not only did you miss the point, but you once again botched the facts. The pyramid builders not only would have eaten grains, but would have had access to a great deal of beer as well. This is a proven fact, not subject to debate. Large granaries and bakeries have been found on site at Giza. My point was that feeding a large number of laborers would not have presented a problem.
Troll???? It was YOU who posted a comment to ME, remember? You must be a kid. And lets not get started on who's lying and who isn't. Nobody with an education in Egyptology would display such a poor knowledge of the subject. As for myself, after the Marine Corps I spent almost a year in Africa working as a security contractor for KBR. 4 1/2 months of that was in Egypt.
Sure you can. It only cost about 500 Egyptian pounds to bribe a guard back 2002.
No matter how many times you say it, there will still not be 2.2 million 80 ton stone blocks in the Great Pyramid. Sorry! You SHOW ME a source that says it does! LOL! The Great Pyramid was encased in white limestone, not granite. I HAVE been there. Try again.
Egypt along the Nile is one of the most fertile places on Earth. In antiquity, it was FAMOUS for the massive amounts of grain it produced. In fact, Egypt produced so much grain that it was the primary source of grain for all of Roman Italy. The long ramp theory is practical. The best modern theory suggest the ramp and lifting systems were internal. The Grand Gallery is thought to have been part of this system.
First of all, I'VE BEEN TO GIZA and actually STOOD on top of Khufu's Pyramid. It isn't made of 2.2 million 80 ton blocks. The pyramids WERE NOT built with diorite. The vast majority of the stones used to build the pyramids are nothing more than sandstone and limestone. There is only about 8000 tons of granite in the Great Pyramid and that isn't exactly a lot. You only need a smooth copper saw and common SAND to cut granite. Sorry!
I have an education. I learned what I know about this subject in a class room, not by watching Georgio Tsoukalos on the History Channel. Reading Chariots of the Gods written by Eric von Daniken doesn't count as research kid.
Where is the evidence???? "Advanced" technology was not necessary. The Egyptians weren't stupid kid. There are plenty of low tech techniques that were more than sufficient. The Greeks and Romans built plenty of megalithic structures. In fact, the Romans carried giant stones and even Egyptian obelisks from one end of the Mediterranean to the other. I guess aliens helped them too right? Where is "alien" evidence? You'd think they would have left some physical clue behind.
What I'm saying is that a culture with a large growing population and an efficient and extremely stable authoritarian government was perfectly cable of employing as many as 20,000 laborers and finishing Khufu's Pyramid in about 20 years using nothing more elaborate that simple wooden measuring and surveying tools and copper saws, chisels, and levers (sorry, no tractor beams!!!).
That's an excellent point. I can however, point out one glaring oversight you've made.......the stone used in the construction of the pyramids was quarried on site and not 600 miles away. You really should check your facts and try to educate yourself on this subject before you try dropping more Georgio Tsoukalos/Eric von Daniken nonsense on people. I mean SERIOUSLY??? I suppose you think ET used his tractor beam right? LOL!
You people are mental. To your mind apparently, it is more plausible that an advanced space faring alien civilization crossed interstellar distances to reach Earth and then decided to make buildings out of STONE than it is to believe that human beings simply decided to stack rocks one on top of the other in way that wouldn't fall down. LOL!
haha funny lol "aliens" lol
The pyramid was built from top to bottom according to recent research which is most puzzling.
it amazing that ALIENS helped humans and didnt kill them BTW love aliens :D
i agree, van Allen belt, solar flares, still to this day china dosn't know how to get back. Never happened