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2 months ago
forumfan
Longyou Grotto Caves
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7 months ago
forumfan
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > forumfan Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > My guess: > > The shafts ware for air circulation while > people > > were working in the chamber. > > The shafts needed to be closed when it was > raining > > or had sandstorm, and opene
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7 months ago
forumfan
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The hook was meant to be affixed to a rod or > handle. I have always wondered if this grapnel > hook was used to manipulate the handles/rings on > the doors which begs the question when and why. My guess: The shafts ware for air circulation while people were working in the chamber. The shafts needed
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1 year ago
forumfan
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'd be interested in a link to the video. Operation Scan Pyramids Exposes Secret Chambers?
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1 year ago
forumfan
I predict those "heat spots" in yellow or orange color, are places with missing stones in the outermost layer.
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1 year ago
forumfan
May I ask, This image seems to be a raw data, is it? what are the figures ... 307.5, 305.5 ?
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1 year ago
forumfan
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That's not an infrared image. it is an artist's > concept of what they expected it to look like > before it was done. There are errors on it > because it was done by an artist. > > Some of your statements are true but I don't know > how they add up to heat coming out of the pyramid. >
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1 year ago
forumfan
My guess: After a whole day of sun shine, the whole pyramid is warm. Near the evening, the stones start cooling down. The heat of the stones is raising into the air, upward. The purple color, appears on those surfaces facing upward, because the heat lost faster. The same stone, the side surface, is yellow, because the heat at that part of can escape slower, not easy to come out from sidewar
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1 year ago
forumfan
Same idea ? ... But modified.
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1 year ago
forumfan
enki64 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > On mainstream media has appeared the news that > University of Liverpool has found the ramp used > for building the pyramids, solving the mistery. > > > arry-ramp-system-may-have-helped-workers-build-egy > pts-great-pyramids/ > > Have you any opinions about that? > Is it this ra
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3 years ago
forumfan
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > forumfan wrote: > > >They are air shafts, supplying fresh air to the > people worked inside the Queen Chamber, for the > final fine work, (or some kind of decoration). It > might took months or years to >finish. So fresh > air was needed for breathing and to light the > candles..
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3 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > forumfan Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Origyptian Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > > forumfan Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > > >
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3 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > forumfan Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > > They are air shafts, supplying fresh air to the > > people worked inside the Queen Chamber, for the > > final fine work, (or some kind of decoration). > It > > might took months or year
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3 years ago
forumfan
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > There is some symmetry concerning the shafts. They > basically exit at the same plain. In the case of > the Queen's shafts, they do not reach the outside, > as the structure is currently built. The Queens > shafts would need to extend another 51 feet, to > exit on the same trajectory. Why is th
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4 years ago
forumfan
drew wrote: > From The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh, by WMF Petrie, Chapter > 6 'Outside of Great Pyramid, section 33, Mouths of air > channels: > "...(as the N. channel cannot by its position have come > out in any but the 103rd course on the face, and the S. channel > in any but the 104th),..." > > Due to recreating a computer model based upon Petrie and >
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4 years ago
forumfan
Wondering if the "termites nest cooling system" effect works in the pyramid?
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4 years ago
forumfan
Hi drew , > From where did you get the info that they exit at the same > height? I just tried to answer your question. >then stating Gantenbrink's figures for a counter argument kind of doesn't do >anything to bolster your claim ...but not argued with you by that figures (that..."am not familiar with")
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4 years ago
forumfan
drew wrote: > Hi Jimmy, > > From previous post: > "> ps: the KC shafts do not 'exit' in the same layer. > I don't understand..." > And you include an image of the pyramid with 'exit points at > the same height' indicated. > From where did you get the info that they exit at the same > height? Image location is And from: Quote The north and south shaf
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4 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian wrote: > forumfan wrote: > > > People in that period around the world, they moved hundreds > of tons > > huge blocks here and there everywhere. > > I don't know how. > > But, {"hundreds of tons" blocks were actually moved}, this is > a > > fact. > > So, if they could do that, sure they could slid-in a 12 > inches > &g
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4 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian wrote: > forumfan wrote: > > > People in that period around the world, they moved hundreds > of tons huge > > blocks here and there everywhere. So pushing-in 12 inches of > a > > multi-ton block back into the wall are sure... they could do > it. > > Do you claim to know how all those "hundreds of tons" blocks > were actually moved,
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4 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian wrote: > forumfan wrote: > > > drew wrote: > > > > > > As THE example: why is the southern shaft angled as it is? > > > > QC: That angle makes the air shafts the shortest. > > KC: Balanced...make the air shafts the shortest and both > > finished at the same layer. > > Incorrect. If the southern shaft was locate
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4 years ago
forumfan
drew wrote: > Hi Jimmy. > > Hmmm...so the builders inserted the blocks of the walls of the > QC after the pyramid was mostly built? > This would have to be the case considering that several inches > of the wall blocks hid the shafts within that chamber. Yes, the > blocks the shafts appear through into the chamber were not > wholly carved through to the chamber u
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4 years ago
forumfan
drew wrote: > Giving clean air is a good reason for the shafts intruding into > the chambers, but why is it that the Queen Chamber has > particular angles to the shafts, and yet the King chamber has a > couple of funny angles to the shafts? > > As THE example: why is the southern shaft angled as it is? QC: That angle makes the air shafts the shortest. KC: Balanced...make the a
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4 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian wrote: > forumfan wrote: > > > Quote"Absolutely have no intention to dig a hole and let > you in."I'd love to know the western interpretation of > that (presumed) euphemism. > Just have a search on the net, something likes "dig a hole and bury"? That is not what I want to say. Sorry for that. I just direct translated from cantonese, means dig
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4 years ago
forumfan
Corpuscles wrote: > Hi forumfan > > This is a genuine attempt to help you. > > At the top of the page on GHMB on the extreme right of the menu > listi ng the forum pages > is a section called "Help". I suggest you refer to and study > it. > > This will give you the tools to identify both your source [ > url] and the ability to clearly ide
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4 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian wrote: > OK, I'll weigh in... > > forumfan wrote: > > > ... > > “… that it remain possible that is was rather the handle that > > was attached to the hook.” > > > > That too sounds evident for me. > > > > And the answer is just on the back side of the QC shafts > doors: > > a loop for each pin! > > > > So
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4 years ago
forumfan
Corpuscles wrote: > Hi Forumfan > > forumfan wrote: > > > Corpuscles wrote: > > > > > > > > Forumfan... why did the AE builders excavate a 29" (inch) > by > > > 29" 53 feet long dead end or blind passage into the > > > Subterranean ( incase of emergency early pharaoh death ) > > > Chamber > &g
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4 years ago
forumfan
Origyptian wrote: > OK, I'll weigh in... > > forumfan wrote: Again, the post was posted by the famous Jean-Pierre, on emhotep.net, that you brought me to. On that site, I have learned that how the Djedi Team measured the size of the small chamber without laser equipment, and they ccould only estimate the size of the loop by their photos. Then, it led me to another website, that I
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4 years ago
forumfan
Corpuscles wrote: > > Forumfan... why did the AE builders excavate a 29" (inch) by > 29" 53 feet long dead end or blind passage into the > Subterranean ( incase of emergency early pharaoh death ) > Chamber > > also why did they make the floor lower than the entrance > passage and uneven, and why did they dig a well into the bottom > of SC? > > Were
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4 years ago
forumfan
The "movable cover", The "drawer", The wrong "3mm" loop, all have been discussed before. So finally, non of my ideas is new.
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