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the latest research and scan of the great pyramids

the latest research and scan of the great pyramids

the latest research and scan of the great pyramids

Egypt pyramids news




the latest research and scan of the great pyramids .

The latest news about the great pyramid of Giza, the latest research and scan of the great pyramids

from the ancient times the great pyramid is a Mystery and even now all Egyptologisst and archaeologist

Trying to decipher the code of the great pyramids by the up to date technology.

Yesterday many universities from Japan, Canada, Franc and Egypt

made Thermal scan of the great pyramid please read the following article;

 

Thermal scans of Khufu’s Great Pyramid were made at sunrise, as the sun heats the structure, and at sunset, when they pyramid cools, as part of Egypt’s Scan Pyramids Mission. Scientists from Cairo University, Paris’ Heritage

Innovation and Preservation Institute (HIP), Quebec’s Université Laval, and Japan’s Nagoya University measured the rate of heating and cooling and found the first row of limestone blocks on the pyramid’s eastern side are the

same temperature, except for three, which are hotter. This difference in temperature could be explained by fractures in the rock behind the blocks, or perhaps by empty spaces. “It could be void spaces, fissures, or passages

 

 

In particular, scientists discovered “thermal anomalies” on the “eastern side of the Khufu pyramid [the Great Pyramid of Giza] at ground level.”

“Khufu will offer us today one of its secrets,” Egyptian Antiquities Minister Mamduh al-Damati told reporters.

However, neither he nor the researchers provided any explanation for the heat anomalies, which could possibly imply the presence of a hidden chamber inside Khufu’s pyramid. Researchers expect more discoveries to come, as the project will continue until the end of 2016.

Khufu’s pyramid, also known as the Great Pyramid of Giza or the Pyramid of Cheops, was built by the founder of the fourth dynasty (2,575-2,465 BC), and is the oldest and tallest of the three pyramids in Giza. It is also the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact.

The pyramids of Egypt still have many secrets maybe we will discover some , in the near future

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