> Papalou,..they used a type of levitation,..but at a molecular
> level. Of course we are talking about the 60 to 80 ton blocks
> used to build the the king's and relieving chambers. Hard
> stones such as black basalt and red granite contain magnetite.
> So these ramps or ramp were faced with dense magnetite basalt
> that was quarried in Fayoum,..the granite that was haulled up
> from the valley and up the Great Pyramid also contain
> magnetite. The friction of these two stones creates a magneic
> repulsion but only at a molecular level. It doesn't matter if
> one levitates an object an inch of the ground or a meter of the
> ground,..the main point is that the surface of the moving
> object has no contact with the base surface which nulls
> friction and drag. At molecular levitation there might still be
> contact between both surfaces,...but at less stress,..meaning
> both surface molecules are not as pressed together giving the
> object a lower gravitational weight. With the additional use of
> grease and and smoothing of the contact surfaces to mirror
> flatness,..one can decrease the friction and drag to a greater
> extent. So a slippery very smooth surface that is greased and
> also creating a magnetic repulsion can decrease a 60 ton weight
> probaly down to the weight of a probable 30 tons,..weight
> decrease data has to be scientifically tested.
> But there is another additional point to the above,..were the
> decreased weight of the granite stone is even more decreased
> down to maybe 15 tons. This is decreasing the gravitational
> weight by the use of inclination,..one of the pyramid builders
> most brilliant achievements. There is a point were they might
> have been able to bring the 80 ton stone to a momentary
> weightlessness just at the moment pulling,..giving the stone
> the momentum to start moving and detaching it from its
> gravitational weight on the ground surface. This can only be
> done on inclinations.
> I have tested it,..and my child got a second prize exhibiting
> it in the Alexandria Library Science Exhibition,..didn't get
> first since the idea was to farfetched to some of the
> scientists who were the judges.
Not sure how levitation on a molecular level differs from plain old levitation. I have a friend who levitates small objects like rings, etc. I'm guessing it would take a lot of levitators to lift one of those blocks.