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This accoustical device will make ripples
am 15. Juli 1999
This book is certainly the best book I have read on the subject. The theory developed by Mr. Dunn is fascinating and seems reasonable. His integrity as an expert and experienced machinist is indisputable. We have to accept the idea that any civilisation that wants to build "something" must have a technology which makes sense i.e. it must be feasible. The demonstration of Mr. Dunn suggests with good reason that the simplistic hypothesis made by some egyptologists that the pyramid was built using primitive methods is based on no evidence and has not been experimented with success. I was amazed with the degree of precision with which the pyramid of Giza was built. The proposed model might not explain exactly the purpose of the pyramid of Giza but I'm sure it goes in the right direction.
I still have a few points to raise such as:
Why is there so many stones lying around the site? When we build a structure, we usually clean the surroundings afterwards. Is it because the purpose of the pyramid was purely functional and the activity of embellishing the site seemed unnecessary?
What is the functional purpose of the perfect alignment of the shafts to Sirius and the belt of Orion? This alignment was well explained in the book "The Orion Mystery" by Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert. Could it be that the energy generation of the Giza power plant was aimed at other things than only providing local power of some sort? Could it be that this power has also been used to transmit or capture messages; for communication?
On advanced machining, Mr. Dunn demonstrates that the feedrate of the drill used for drilling granite by ancient egyptians is five hundred times greater or deeper per revolution than modern drills. In addition, in chapter six we read the fascinating story of the Coral Castle mystery. One of the hypothesis is that Edward Leedskalnin altered the state of the stone using some electromagnetism technique to make it levitate. Could it be that this "altered state" made the stone "softer" and the drilling faster?