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Old 03-27-2012, 07:04 PM
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the above schematic was found in the following link, and it has an interesting theory about the materials used in the pyramids , and these we have discussed may times:


you should check it out

Using the crystal substances in the pyramid.

The Cheops pyramid is based upon native rock more dense in comparison with the surrounding one. As its basic building material they name artificial made calcareous blocks, but in [5] they are named sandstone that can be caused with discrepancy of translation (further these blocks will be called as calcareous, but their structure, as well as of other materials of the pyramid, demands specification). In pyramid building sand, granite and also and even salt were used. All these materials have rather complex structure and different dielectric permeability. The general for them is the content of crystal substances, in particular, quartz, mica, etc. which part is widely applied in radio engineering. But as radio engineering researches of building materials of the pyramid in its possible working range did not carry out the lower are shown only general data on structure and properties of materials used the the pyramid. Limestone which is the basic building material of the pyramid, sedimentary rock consisting mainly from calcite seldom from aragonite, often with impurity of dolomite, clay and sandy particles.

Aragonite is the mineral of carbonates class of , forms different colour needle crystals and branchy units. Calcite (limy spar) is class carbonates mineral.

Carbonate rock. Rock consisting of carbonates of calcium, magnesium, iron.

In the pyramid from limestone blocks is laid out, as believe, its basic body. From the polished limestone having very smooth and firm surface, are made ceiling and walls of the chamber of the average level (ALCh), the top part of the descending corridor (DC), the ceiling of the top resonance chamber (RC-1), top (up to the chamber-grotto) mine-well part (MW), bigger (or all) surface of the big gallery (BG).

Presumably the same was the surface of opened (ОMN and ОMS) and closed (CMN and CMS) mines and also all external surface of the pyramid. The top layer of the polished surfaces, including limestone, in radio engineering properties can essentially differ from properties of usual limestone, and not only in the range of the visible light. This question demands special research. It is necessary to define the exact structure of that limestone (or sandstone) which is used for pyramid buildings.

Sand. Sand fine-fragmental the friable sedimentary rock consisting of not less than 50 % from particles of quartz, field spars and other minerals and fragments of mountain rocks. Dielectric permeability of the sand depending on rock and humidity can fluctuate in very big limits: from 2 to 25 (for damp sand), and for usual dry sand it is equal to approximately 4. Sand is the basic component of block materials from which the pyramid body is made. Besides, with some unusual sand possessing in any range with strong shielding properties, are filled 3 cavities (one from them has sizes ~ 30х6х5, located under ALCh. Probably, that inside of the pyramids there are also other similar sandy cavities. The sand filling these cavities, (even, ostensibly, sifted) has special structure. In one of the large cavities with raying in sand certain heterogeneous matters are found but to identify them was not possible. It is known also that some sands possess rather unusual and not solved property. They in moving ("shock" pressure) are capable to sound, to radiate waves of sound range.

It is considered, that sounding (singing, hooting, whistling) sands are coastal sands and sands of deserts, and by all means dry ones. It, probably, is connected with that dielectric permeability of dry and damp sand differs. very strongly.

Singing sands, as a rule, are very pure. They usually consist of particles of quartz and almost do not contain impurities. As the exception they name sounding sand of islands Kauais and Niihau consisting of calcium carbonate in diameter about 0,5 mm. Particles of the sounding sand are roundish (experimentally it was possible, however, to achieve buzz cubic crystals of table salt) and have approximately the identical size. Particles of sand are cut with the thin channel, opened from one end (i.e. by design they are similar to spherical resonators). Are known not only singing sands but also singing mountains. For example, mountain Kalkan (height 300) in Kazakhstan it is some kind of natural organ. It at wind and at descent from it the person gives melodious sounds, but only in dry weather,and after the rain it keeps silence.

Now the quantity of sounding sand is sharply reduced that is connected with environmental contamination.

It is not excluded, that in the pyramid have been used not only shielding, but also "singing" properties of the sand capable, probably to serve as the generator and/or the converter of waves and/or the original modulator (demodulator).

Granite is the holocrystalline magmatic rock consisting of mainly from quartz, potassium feldspar, mica and other components. Mica are plane crystals, the scaly masses spliting on the most thin leaflets possessing with high dielectric properties and thermal stability.

It is known that the micas, equal approximately 6 7, with growth of frequency from 200 Hz to 10 кHz decreases together with the tangent of anglelosses.
.... Now the granite is considered as usual building material and in radio engineering purposes it is not applied, in spite of the fact that there are big percent of the quartz widely used in radio engineering. But it does not mean at all that it cannot be used for the same purposes in any ranges of waves. Therefore, it shoukd like to investigate granite from the radio engineering point of view, in possible working range of the pyramid which will be presumably define lower.

Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws. -Confucius.

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