Monday, December 17, 2007

How to Build a Pyramid

Very interesting:
A radical new idea has recently been presented by Jean-Pierre Houdin, a French architect who has devoted the last seven years of his life to making detailed computer models of the Great Pyramid. Using start-of-the-art 3-D software developed by Dassault Systemes, combined with an initial suggestion of Henri Houdin, his engineer father, the architect has concluded that a ramp was indeed used to raise the blocks to the top, and that the ramp still exists--inside the pyramid! Read More.

2 comments:

Ray said...

The same science that is still working on how the pyramids were built, seems to have come to definitive conclusions about climate warming, even in light of the fact that there have been at least one previous ice age and documented evidence of farming on Greenland.

Ron Ballew said...

Ouch! But true, we may think we know it all but we do not.