> That aside, the "void" hasn't been characterized
> as a horizontal vs. inclined area. It hasn't even
> been identified as open space. It's simply a space
> of lower density then the surrounding masonry, so
> it could simply be an area filled with sand and
> loose rubble. I agree that a few small bore holes
> in the ceiling of the GG would answer many
> questions pretty quickly.
> Likewise for KV62.
Unfortunately they learned from their mistakes with the Gantenbrink airshaft and door drilling exercise.
They tried to keep a lid on the scan project Big Void, but it somehow got leaked.
They'll be planning for their worst possible case scenario. In the meantime they'll be playing for time and money.
It'll probably be a long, long wait.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07-Mar-18 10:00 by Jon Ellison.