Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Thursday, June 02, 2011

Nick Lerner kindly pointed out  an animation of the work of the Djedi robot in the Great Pyramid which makes it easier to visualise what was seen in the chamber behind the Gantenbrink Door.

There is also a page by Dassault Systèmes.  

(Sorry I know this is off topic but I have a thing about the Great Pyramid and the upside of running a blog is that one can occasionally break one's own rules!)


Stuart Tyler said...

That's a great video. I like the big question mark!

Has anyone "worked out" the mason's marks yet or is that something to follow? Thanks for sharing


Patrick said...

Talking of robots, here's a story on a previous exploration:
The reporting is a bit over the top, but, knowing our man, it certainly carries some weight!

Thutmose said...

I enjoyed the video. It shows a plausible explanation for the metal seen on the other side. Those two loops could be used to pull that plug into place as there wouldn't be anything to hold on to otherwise. Now I suppose they will try to find a way to drill through the next block. It will be interesting to see if that's the end or there is actually anything beyond that point.


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