> But that said, why do you think MoA
> doesn't get more involved in live streaming their
I don't think there's any real chance of this because the region is inaccessible. For all I know they've already found a UFO inside with a dead alien named "Seker" and they're just looking for a way to get it out for study. But any attempt to get in here will get notice and raise eyebrows.
If they were going to work on accessing anything it would be the thermal anomaly. They could do this in relative obscurity and I believe they already have. This is based on the fact that scientists are already designing a blimp which can be inserted through a small hole and there's no reason to design such thing unless they have a place to fly it. There are no other obvious possibilities to fly it other than, perhaps, the other thermal anomalies which all fly in the face of Egyptological dogma. Since these are not explicable in terms of their beliefs they are more likely to pretend they don't exist as the real scientists are designing equipment to explore them. Unless the public including amateurs demand they are studied I fear they'll just sit on them indefinitely. On some level they must know that as soon as we have real data about the pyramid their jig is up. No one will ever again believe in stinky footed bumpkins dragging tombs once the facts are known. Everything they believe will be out the window including some careers. Frankly I think they're actually more concerned with the loss of their "noble savages" than just about anything else. Without funeral processions, religion, and superstition there are no noble savages.
So we have a sort of stalemate where believers don't need no stinkin' facts and everyone else is incapable of showing the truth without the facts.
It's a shame that the ruts in which Egyptology is planted are along the low road.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 14-Jan-18 20:52 by cladking.