The Great Pyramid's "Air Shafts" While shafts in the King's Chamber had been described as early asthe shafts in the Queen's Chamber were not discovered until In that year, Waynman Dixon and his friend Dr. Grant found a crack in the south wall of the Queen's Chamber. After pushing a long wire into the crack, indicating that a void was behind it, Dixon hired a carpenter named Bill Grundy to cut through the wall.
This paper was originally reviewed and published in the Meta Research Bulletin, Volume 10, Number 3, September 15, by Meta Research, Inc, a scientific non-profit corporation dedicated to supporting promising but unpopular alternative ideas in astronomy. The Great Pyramid at Giza Abstract: It is proposed that it is a plutonium mill.
Its perfection of construction and choice of materials are compared against all other pyramids. The current history of plutonium production is related.
The internal geometry of the pyramid is given correspondence to the process steps of breeding plutonium, separating plutonium from other material, disposing of radioactive waste, using water and producing hydroelectric power.
The practical value of plutonium and the economic justification of the pyramid are discussed. Later attempts by the Egyptians to recreate the power and value of the pyramid are analyzed. Scientific methods for testing whether or not nuclear fission occurred within the pyramid are defined.
Introduction The Great Pyramid at Giza has remained a complete mystery in modern times. When was it built? Above all else, what is it? Conventional Egyptology declares that all pyramids were tombs for the pharaohs.
The sophistication, required technology and cost of the Great Pyramid conflict with the thought that it is simply a tomb. This level of effort for a burial place stretches common sense to the breaking point.
In my view, it is certainly much less crazy than continuing to believe that the Pyramid was constructed as a tomb for a dead king, and that he built this totally over-engineered and revolutionary wonder of the world with absolute perfection at the first attempt.
It is proposed here that the Great Pyramid was a nuclear fission production mill, and it was a technical and financial success. It did not create energy but packaged energy within artificially created isotopes of plutonium.
This hypothesis is not fantastic in the sense that it would be a physical impossibility but is fantastic only in the fact that it upsets the conventional history of man. The case for this claim is developed in the remainder of this paper. The approach is to drop preconceptions about religion and culture, and look upon the Great Pyramid as a business investment.
The Development of Nuclear Energy The awareness and confirmation of the release of a vast amount of energy from nuclear fission was realized in the late s. The Second World War was initiated at the same time. The entire realm of nuclear fission quickly became hostage to the war and was placed under military control.
It was developed not in terms of a new source of energy for civilization but as a weapon of destruction: There were two routes to making bomb material. The first avenue involved the extraction of the fissionable isotope U from uranium ore, which is almost entirely non-fissionable U The natural U concentration of 0.
This concentration can be made to go supercritical, or in other words, a bomb detonation. This type of purification is extremely difficult and involves hundreds of stages of separation because the only difference between the two uranium isotopes is their very slight weight difference.
This separation was considered so difficult, that an alternate route for making bomb material was also pursued during the war. Pu is bomb material and is chemically distinct from uranium.
It can be chemically separated from reacted uranium ore by solvent extraction. This procedure is immensely easier and simpler than U purification. Furthermore, a great deal of Pu can be produced from the minute fraction of U in uranium ore. This route was pursued at Hanford, Washington.
The natural fission of U releases two to three neutrons which have high velocity. If these neutrons are allowed to pass through graphite or water, collisions with the nuclei lower the speed of the neutrons and reflect them back into the uranium ore where they can cause more fission of U and can be absorbed by U nuclei.
This absorption creates Pu The Pu can also undergo fission from returning neutrons, which releases two to three neutrons. These neutrons can be reflected back into the uranium ore to create even more plutonium.The Great Pyramid of Khufu has always fascinated people because it is the only ancient wonder of the world that exists today.
It is also possible people are fascinated because Khufu’s pyramid, especially the interior, is very complex. Khufu was the second king of Dynasty 4 of the Old Kingdom.
We know very little about him, in spite of the fact that he built the most famous tomb in the ancient world, "The Great Pyramid", one of the seven wonders of the world. Khufu (/ ˈ k uː f uː /, full name Khnum Khufu (/ ˈ k n uː m ˈ k uː f uː /), known to the Greeks as Cheops, was an ancient Egyptian monarch who was the second pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty, in the first half of the Old Kingdom period (26th century BC).Khufu succeeded his father Sneferu as the second king of the 4th Dynasty.
He is generally accepted as having commissioned the Great. Cheops - Khufu - Suphis. Protected by Khnum - ( BC - BC) Second king of the 4th Dynasty Cheops' Ring.
The so-called "Ring of Cheops", which bears the cartouche of Khufu and was once thought to have belonged to him.
Khufu was the second king of Dynasty 4 of the Old Kingdom. We know very little about him, in spite of the fact that he built the most famous tomb in the ancient world, "The Great Pyramid", one of the seven wonders of the world.
Khufu’s pyramid is perhaps the most colossal single building ever erected on the planet. Its sides rise at an angle of 51°52′ and are accurately oriented to the four cardinal points of the compass. The Great Pyramid’s core is made of yellowish limestone blocks, the outer casing (now almost.
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