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Great Pyramid can collect and focus energy

July 31, 2018 | Comment icon 44 comments



There is more to the Great Pyramid than meets the eye. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Nina Aldin Thune
Scientists in Russia have discovered a rather unusual property of Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza.
The study, which was lead by researchers at ITMO University in the Russian city of St Petersburg, involved creating a model of the pyramid and measuring how electromagnetic wave energy is scattered or absorbed by its unique shape.

Incredibly, it turned out that the Great Pyramid is capable of collecting and concentrating electromagnetic energy both in its chambers and at its base.

The researchers believe that the discovery could lead to the creation of more efficient solar cells.
"In general, one may conclude that pyramidal objects located on a substrate and supporting multipole resonances can significantly suppress the reflection of incident electromagnetic waves," they wrote.

"In the earth conditions, this could be used for controlling the radio-wave propagation and reflection."

"Due to the scaling properties, such a behavior can be realised in different spectral ranges for suitable material and geometrical parameters."

Source: Sky News | Comments (44)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #35 Posted by Myles 4 years ago
Like stacking rocks
Comment icon #36 Posted by Setton 4 years ago
Alternative, and simpler version: Pyramids easy to build. Build pyramids.† Thank you Mr Ockham.†
Comment icon #37 Posted by Setton 4 years ago
Evidence it was built by Khufu: 1 'stupid' piece of writing on the pyramid itself.† Evidence it was built by 'Thoth who was not from here': 1 stupid piece of writing on this thread.† Think I know which is more compelling.†
Comment icon #38 Posted by jaylemurph 4 years ago
Speaking as a scholar, this statement is 100% pure, unadulterated bull****. You need to leave off from trying to speak for scholars and never try to do so again. That's how badly you're wrong. It's so wrong I'm surprised the universe didn't force-evolve a sapient life-form just to slap you upside the head. --Jaylemurph
Comment icon #39 Posted by Golden Duck 4 years ago
Dr Andrey Evlyukhin, et al https://www.researchgate.net/publication/326530154_Electromagnetic_properties_of_the_Great_Pyramid_First_multipole_resonances_and_energy_concentration
Comment icon #40 Posted by qxcontinuum 4 years ago
This is not news. I read about in in 1990's . In fact there was a trend back then with ppl having build smaller pyramids in their yards to do yoga.
Comment icon #41 Posted by moonman 4 years ago
I like very much how he had no answer for that.
Comment icon #42 Posted by kapow53 4 years ago
I put a pyramid on the back of my car and I get 300 miles to the gallon.
Comment icon #43 Posted by Bunzilla 4 years ago
I'm not a 'he' thank you very much, and I declined to respond to his question, since I didn't feel like sharing my life's story with that person. I do have a life outside of this one site, and my poor health doesn't leave me any energy to deal with people who use personal attacks as a means to respond to any view that conflicts from their own. I have very ****s to give. Just because I wasn't physically able to go to school and study archeology, doesn't mean I can't be knowledgeable in it. Plenty of people have made valuable contributions to any number of fields without formal education in the ... [More]
Comment icon #44 Posted by Setton 4 years ago
They have, but you are not one of them.† If you're going to refer to 'scholars' you should have some idea what they actually say.† So which archaeological journals or authors do you generally rely on for your claims?† The certificate on my wall and the University of York?†


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