The mystery of the Great Pyramid

   In 1996, NASA’s sound technician Tom Dali conducted sound experiments in the Great Pyramid. Four types of F-sharp tunings that were inaudible to human ears were detected inside and outside the king’s tomb. The F-sharp tuning was used in ancient Egypt. Seen as “the voice of the mother of the earth.” Dunn also speculated that in addition to absorbing the destructive energy of 1 million seismic waves that occur throughout the earth each year for power generation, the Great Pyramid also attenuates the pressure accumulated underground, which plays an important role in preventing earthquake disasters.
   Is the King’s Tomb a “cavity resonator”?
   How to turn vibration energy into electrical energy? Dunn’s answer is: use the “piezoelectric effect.” The so-called piezoelectric effect refers to vibrations such as earthquakes that force underground rock components (especially quartz) to discharge. Quartz crystals can turn mechanical vibrations such as sound waves into electricity through the piezoelectric effect, and vice versa. Modern electronic instruments such as microphones are made using this principle. The king’s tomb, sarcophagus, and dispersive gravity chamber in the Great Pyramid are made of granite, and more than 55% of the granite composition is quartz crystals. Dunn therefore asserted that the Great Pyramid is the ancient Egyptians who synchronized the various vibration frequencies that occurred on the earth. A “geomechanical power station” that resonates and absorbs its energy and transforms it into electricity.
   With such a bold idea, it may be possible to explain the puzzling structural details of the Shwedagon Pagoda. For example, above the king’s tomb is a five-story hut with no entrance, which is called the “scattered gravity room”. According to the interpretation of orthodox Egyptology, it has the function of dispersing the astonishing weight above the king’s tomb. However, from a construction engineering point of view, only the top limestone gable roof is sufficient, and the five-story granite hut below is unnecessary.
   Based on the special shape of 43 granite beams used for the ceiling and floor of the five-story cabin, Dunn inferred that the real function of the five-story cabin is to form a “self-excited vibration chamber” like the resonant plate of an amplifier. The bottom surface and both ends of each layer of beam stones are processed into a flat surface, while the upper middle part of the beam stones is processed into unevenness, which is for the fixed vibration of the input sound waves and beam stones Frequency tuning. The audio test conducted by Dali showed that there are gaps between the four sides of the granite of the king’s tomb and the surrounding limestone masonry, and the surface of the supporting stone under the floor is processed into undulating shapes, not with the granite on the ground. The block is close to each other, which means that energy loss is reduced, and it can vibrate effectively, making the entire king’s tomb an ideal “cavity resonator”.
   The big corridor is the “Helmholtz resonator”?
   The structure of the large corridor connecting the king’s tomb is very unique. Dunn believes that important devices similar to modern “Helmholtz resonators” have been installed there in the past. Helmholtz resonator refers to a device that amplifies the energy transferred from the vibration source to the limit. It is usually made into the shape of a circular hole on a hollow metal sphere. The size of the sphere is different, and the resonance frequency is different.
   The top of the large corridor is ratchet-shaped, and the left and right walls have a lower width and upper narrow bracket structure. 27 pairs of slots are equally spaced on the ground next to the inclined walls on both sides, and a support is erected in each slot. On the rack, several Helmholtz resonators are placed from bottom to top in order of size, forming a group of resonators. With this ingenious device, the specific vibration of the earth is transformed into sound waves through this huge structure and enters the king’s tomb.
   However, if the energy absorbed through resonance exceeds a certain limit, the object will be damaged because it cannot withstand excessive vibration. In order to prevent the movement energy caused by resonance from accumulating to the level of destruction, the ancient Egyptians set a safety valve for the resonance phenomenon inside the Great Pyramid, that is, three-layer stone bolts (stone gates) were used to block the entrance of the ascending channel from the branch to the descending channel. . Orthodox Egyptian scholars believe that this is a device to prevent tomb robbery, but it lacks convincing power. In fact, these stone bolts are made of particularly conspicuous red granite. In history, some tomb robbers noticed the difference in the stone and found the passage to the tombs of the kings and queens. Is the shaft a “waveguide”?
   Through the piezoelectric effect, mechanical energy is converted into electrical energy, but electrical energy cannot be used as power immediately, and electrical energy must be transmitted through a certain carrier. Dunn assumed that this carrier was the hydrogen filled with the interior of the Great Pyramid. He also hypothesized that the builders of the Great Pyramid used the “hydrogen maser” mechanism to extract electricity in the form of microwaves.
   The full name of “Maze” is “stimulated emission microwave amplification”, which has the same principle as laser. In the outer space, various atoms or molecules release electromagnetic waves with natural masing effect, especially the hydrogen produced by the Big Bang at the beginning releases microwaves throughout the universe, which is now called “microwave background radiation”, and it still radiates continuously to the earth. .
   In Dunn’s “Ancient Power Station” hypothesis, cosmic microwaves played an important role. If the hydrogen atom resonantly absorbs electric energy, the electron will transition from a stable ground state to an unstable high-energy state. At this time, if a signal wave of the same frequency is input, the electron will return to the ground state while outputting an excited microwave. The input signal wave carries the energy released by the electrons and continues to move forward. This signal wave is the cosmic microwave, which can introduce energy into the “waveguide”-the north shaft of the king’s tomb. Orthodox Egyptian scholars regard this shaft as a “ventilation duct”, but from the perspective of the structure of the Great Pyramid, it is puzzling to build a shaft as a “ventilation duct” because it is much easier and more reasonable to build a horizontal passage than an inclined or vertical passage.
   Dunn said that the entrance to the south shaft of the king’s tomb was processed into the same fan shape as the horn antenna used for microwaves. In 1837, someone found a gilded iron sheet attached to the surface of the stone in the south shaft of the king’s tomb. In fact, microwaves can easily penetrate rocks. If the inner surfaces of the north and south shafts are covered with gold-plated iron sheets, they will become excellent waveguides that can reflect microwaves. Regrettably, the entrance to the shaft of the king’s tomb has been destroyed, and the tomb robber may have stripped the gold.
   Furthermore, the location of the sarcophagus was not in the tomb, but between the north and south shafts. Someone has made precise measurements, and the north and south sides of the sarcophagus are slightly concave. These two concave surfaces may act as a lens for the microwaves to further amplify the passing microwaves. In addition, there may have been parts that help amplify microwaves in the sarcophagus cavity.
   Is the queen’s tomb a “hydrogen manufacturing workshop”?
   Such a large-scale “hydrogen atom maser mechanism” requires a lot of hydrogen, but where does the hydrogen come from? There are vertical shafts on the south and north walls of the queen’s tomb, and they are blocked 11 cm away from the wall. Only slight gaps pass through, and no exits are found on the outer wall of the pyramid. The orthodox Egyptian scholars’ interpretation of this is “ventilation ducts”, but Dunn thinks that his reasoning is more reasonable: if two chemical solutions that produce hydrogen are to be mixed, the shaft should be supplied with the solution quantitatively from the slits on both sides. “Injection tube”.
   The Queen’s Tomb has strange features that are not found in other parts of the Great Pyramid. People who enter the queen’s tomb will soon escape by pinching their noses, saying that the air is full of strong smells like rotten eggs. In addition, the stone inside the shaft of the queen’s tomb seeped white mortar, which was tested to be gypsum (calcium sulfate). The walls of the tomb were covered with a thick layer of salt, up to 4 cm thick in some places. In 1998, geological mineralogists analyzed the salt layer and found that the salt is a mixture of calcium carbonate (the component of limestone), sodium chloride (rock salt), and calcium sulfate (gypsum). They are all hot hydrogen gas and limestone in the room. The phaseless compound produced by the reaction.
   With the assistance of a chemical engineer, Dunn searched for a combination of chemical solutions that can generate hydrogen in an environment of 27±6°C. It was found that the combination of zinc chloride aqueous solution and dilute hydrochloric acid resulted in compounds such as calcium sulfate and sodium chloride from limestone. The most likely to seep in. The two also speculated that the special structure of the western wall of the queen’s tomb-the “five-frame bracket-style niche” may be a cooling tower or a concentration tower, and the basement played a role in receiving waste liquid.
   Regrettably, the Great Pyramid did not leave any conclusive evidence that can directly prove that it is an “ancient power station”. Dunn speculated that a serious failure may have occurred during the power generation process (he found traces of being baked by high heat on the inner wall of the Great Corridor). Although the base of the Great Pyramid was intact, important parts such as the resonance device were damaged, which is the main part of the power station. The pyramid was therefore permanently closed.