Gemini wrote:In the wireless energy machine hypothesis, the internal 'ramp' could be a 'Tesla coil' funneling wireless energy up to the capstone. It would be interesting knowing what type of stone was used in the 'ramp'.
If Mr. Nikola Tesla was alive today, he would be the first to show why this violates the prinicples he founded (or used):
a) Sharp, 90-degree-turns in a Tesla Coil offer high impedance to the flow of electrical energy. Of all the countless thousands of coils made by Tesla, not one has a sharp right-angled turn.
b) The relatively few coils makes this theory collapse, because in a Tesla Coil, voltage gain is determined by the ratio of turns: few turns, low gain. (I think this was a principle discovered by Tesla, not 100% in that).
c) The turns in a Tesla Coil are tightly packed for necessity. In the Pyramid, the turns are widely spaced.
d) Without a secondary coil, the Tesla Coil is incomplete and will not work as there is nothing to transfer energy to couple with the ground. To do it with just the primary is a short-circuit.
Would be happy to discuss this further Gemini (I could do it properly with the sources, prinicples, and formulas as founded by Tesla), but fear I have hijacked this thread. If you wish to pursue, would you be so kind as to either start a new thread or find an existing thread, and point me there?
Tesla is a fascinating person and would enjoy further exploring this with you, if you wish.
Bob137 wrote:Just does not fit the bill completely, as does not the AAT theory on it, that is why there is not definite conclusions either way!
I agree with you that there are no definitive conclusions on how the Great Pyramid (GP) was built. However, on the parity of anthropological causes versus AAT, we do disagree. The evidence favors the former (in my view, by a large margin and increasingly so).
You gave a small example yourself with the granite. It does take a long time and that is the reason that of the 2.3 million blocks of stone, roughly 2.3 million are limestone blocks and not granite -- they did not have the technology or ability to make it out of granite. The comparatively few granite blocks did
take a long time to cut and that is why there are less than what, one-tenth of one percent of granite.
It simply was a limitation of the builders of the GP.
Bob137 wrote:Once someone can actually duplicate a pyramid 1/10th the size int he manners that are proposed,t hen it will be proven by whatever means, either that if the aliens come back and show how it was done, side from that, cats don't fly without wings!
Perhaps it is possible to prove how it was built without the replica model, by analyzing the evidence of the GP (although a replica model would be cool).
No matter what, perhaps we agree that it would be cool for aliens to visit the Earth. How funny would it be if they were like, "Hey cool Pyramid, how'd you guys build it?"
Cats without wings do fly all the time. They typically go commercial in the cargo holds of jets
Bob137 wrote: ...show me the blue prints, and schematics... not a bunch of assumptions, and probablies, and possibilities, and maybe's...
Seems no matter which theory one believes, certain assumptions and possibilities must be weighed.
Bob137 wrote:...nothing better to do, than drink beer and build pyramids!
Give a good group of guys some tools, beer, and something "that cannot be built" -- next thing you know, men are standing on the moon
We both seem to agree on the possibilities (progress), but disagree on the likeliest probability -- I'm sure the world will survive
My apologies for hijacking this thread. Bob, I would be happy to continue this discussion in either a new or existing thread; you lead, I'll follow.