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Someone else recently posted the story about Alexander Siemens. I find it amazing that nobody has checked this out by taking a gaussmeter or EMF meter into the pyramid, or up near its top. Hancock and Bauval have been there how many times? Never thought of taking any kind of electrical or magnetic meters with them. Maybe the pyramid acts as natural capacitor collecting electricity from the atmosphere and earth.

Here's information about capacitors from wiki;

"A capacitor (formerly known as condenser) is a passive electronic component consisting of a pair of conductors separated by a dielectric (insulator). When there is a potential difference (voltage) across the conductors a static electric field develops in the dielectric that stores energy and produces a mechanical force between the conductors." [en.wikipedia.org]

The limestone would be a better conductor of electricity than granite. The granite walls of the KC would act as the insulator and the limestone surrounding it would be one of the conductors. Now if you put another conductor up against the KC walls you would have a capacitor. Say you took something made of copper or gold in there, or maybe a statue covered in a layer of of it. When the statue was up against the granite wall for a while anybody touching it after that would probably get blasted like with the Ark of the Covenant.

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pyramid power??? 2400 michael seabrook 19-Jul-10 00:28
Re: pyramid power??? 480 V00D00 26-Jul-10 12:02
Re: pyramid power??? 457 northstar2595 26-Jul-10 13:43
Re: pyramid power??? 487 michael seabrook 26-Jul-10 15:11
Re: pyramid power??? 492 michael seabrook 27-Jul-10 09:15
Re: pyramid power??? 421 northstar2595 27-Jul-10 15:21
Re: pyramid power??? 514 northstar2595 26-Jul-10 13:23
Re: pyramid power??? 509 History-rewriter 27-Jul-10 17:52
Re: pyramid power??? 562 michael seabrook 27-Jul-10 22:53
Re: pyramid power??? 697 JohnE 28-Jul-10 15:36
Re: pyramid power??? 499 Audrey 19-Jan-15 17:21
ancient egyptian electricity 571 michael seabrook 19-Jan-15 16:32
Re: pyramid power??? 498 Steven Myers 21-Jan-15 07:34
Re: pyramid power??? 463 MJT 21-Jan-15 16:40
Re: pyramid power??? 448 Sirfiroth 21-Jan-15 17:45
Re: pyramid power??? 479 Steven Myers 21-Jan-15 18:35
Re: pyramid power??? 476 Sirfiroth 21-Jan-15 21:04
Re: pyramid power??? 479 MJT 22-Jan-15 01:31
Re: pyramid power??? 441 Steven Myers 22-Jan-15 08:26
Re: pyramid power??? 448 Sirfiroth 22-Jan-15 15:38
Re: pyramid power??? 473 Steven Myers 22-Jan-15 17:24
Re: pyramid power??? 456 Sirfiroth 23-Jan-15 01:57
Re: pyramid power??? 456 michael seabrook 22-Jan-15 20:30
Re: pyramid power??? 461 Steven Myers 22-Jan-15 21:10
Re: pyramid power??? 518 Sirfiroth 23-Jan-15 02:45
Re: pyramid power??? 416 michael seabrook 23-Jan-15 20:57
Re: pyramid power??? 355 molder 03-Aug-18 12:53
Re: pyramid power??? 382 michael seabrook 04-Aug-18 22:06
Re: pyramid power??? 283 molder 05-Aug-18 02:41
Re: pyramid power??? 387 gulsbo 05-Aug-18 15:33
Re: pyramid power??? 369 michael seabrook 05-Aug-18 17:28
Re: pyramid power??? 311 gulsbo 05-Aug-18 18:12
Re: pyramid power??? 359 michael seabrook 05-Aug-18 20:31
On the Bright side/Insight... ;) 270 Racho 07-Aug-18 05:11
Re: On the Bright side/Insight... ;) 280 cladking 07-Aug-18 13:59
Engineers in charge... 291 Racho 15-Aug-18 05:48
Re: Engineers in charge... 351 Thunderbird 15-Aug-18 19:52
Re: On the Bright side/Insight... ;) 275 cladking 07-Aug-18 14:29


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