> > Chris
> > 1. Salt on the walls and the roof of the Queen's Chamber and
> > the middle part of the Grand Gallery.
> The part about the Grand Gallery needs verification - but given
> the source of this 'information' (yet another bizzare Pyramid
> theory) I seriously doubt that this will ever happen.
Can you verify the part about the QC salt? Doubt that will happen either, since are wonderful early archaeologists decided to clean things up for us. There is of course the watery evidence at 290ft which also needs verifying.
> The remainder of the list can be, um, taken with a pinch of
> salt. ;)
I take their conclusions with a pinch o salt too, but there is no reason to dismiss their evidence. If that rationale were followed we would have no evidence of anything at all since no one has fathomed the pyramids and therefore all data could be dismissed. I find bits of truth in many theories I completely disagree with.