Image 18: 42 men hauling the rebuild of a standard block of Cheops (2.5 tons) on a cedar wood slide – pulling test in Thailand
Here: Only a fitful movement of the block is possible, underground: clay soil. A break every five minutes in the hot climate of the tropics.
Finding: This test shows, that the construction of a pyramid, like the Cheops Pyramid, using. The haulage of stones on wooden slides (6 million tons of stone within 20 years) was hardly possible.
Image 19: 42 men totally exhausted after four haulage moves of a total of five minutes
Break beside a stone block. My sincere thanks to the students of the Khon-Kean University of Thailand.
…are the quintessence , comprehensively treated in my third book.
I do admit, that to some readers it may seem a rather unconventional way of a building technology, realizing that it is contrary to the until now taught way of constructing pyramids.
Still I do hope that I can furthermore reach the many readers, who can deliver constructive criticism. I would, however, be extremely happy, if I could reach some of those readers who actually can understand the proceedings, but for some reasons simply refuse to do so.
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donated towards children in
danger of starvation.
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