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The Great Pyramid
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Comment icon #10 Posted by mr rainbow on 14 April, 2011, 1:15
at the top, tehre is still remnants of the original shiny marble
Comment icon #9 Posted by mr rainbow on 14 April, 2011, 1:15
no, its not concrete. when it was first built, like fetch farley said, they were covered with highly polished marble, fitted together so tightly thta one could no climb up the pyramid. the blocks were so tight that a knife blade could not be stuck in between. it shone like a mirror and it was said that one could actually see theirselves in the reflection from teh sides
Comment icon #8 Posted by beltane on 22 September, 2006, 18:05
the greatest energy generator ever made by MAN. that is not quarried stone. that is poured concrete.
Comment icon #7 Posted by spunned on 14 April, 2006, 7:22
I don't think it's aliens who build this... that's just stupid
Comment icon #6 Posted by sherry61 on 4 March, 2006, 15:45
If this alien work, what about the other 93 pyramid all over the country?? and eedless to mention about the great temples along the nile, like Karnak, Luxor and Abu Simbel with all fascination of architect they have??? We can only talk about aliens when we have a global approval about their existence, and therefore, their capabilities.
Comment icon #5 Posted by twisted-mind on 20 February, 2006, 14:32
this is alien work, not human.
Comment icon #4 Posted by shorti on 16 January, 2006, 23:29
I think aliens helped build the pyramids =D
Comment icon #3 Posted by ladytron on 6 October, 2005, 20:03
Ay ay ay...this is NOT the great pyramid! This is Chefren. The great pyramid is Cheops.
Comment icon #2 Posted by mrchimp11 on 14 August, 2005, 2:09
the great pyramid is incrediable, each side is almost angled perfectly 90.3, 89.7, 90.1, and 89.9 degrees. The shortest and tallest side is a difference of only 8 inches out of a total 9063. And each side is almost at perfect directions. A ture east, west, north, and south only containing a flaw of 0.015 percent. Not to mention this is over 4,500 years. This must have been a great civilization
Comment icon #1 Posted by fetch farley on 16 March, 2005, 22:28
I've heard that newly completed pyramids were covered with a veneer of highly polished white marble. Can you imagine how spectacular they once looked?
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