> Don't let it bother you pal. I'm denser than G1 and a lot of
> this stuff eludes me as well. I'm always happy to elaborate if
> you miss something I say.
> If a ramp is inside the pyramid and slopes upward then it has
> bend in toward the center or it would come right out the side
> of the pyramid. Think about this a second. There's just no
> way around it.
> If the ramp bends in toward the center than it can't be
> parallel to the base. This means the gravimetric scans are not
> fully consistent with the theory because most of the lines are
> parallel to the base.
I realized this as well, but the scans are far from perfectly outlining anything. They are very fuzzy at best. I know our imaginations like to suit our thinking and manipulate things that may not be real to fit your own logic, but I think it's still within the realm of possibility.
Also, what if they didn't leave the tunnels open upon completion? What if they filled each tunnel completely with stone thinking that the pyramid wouldn't be strong enough to support the weight of the entire pyramid...?
Just a thought. I don't think this is a flawless theory by any means, but so far it fits best with the evidence known at the moment, in my opinion.