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Can we build the great pyramids of Giza with today technology and innovation?

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Can we build the great pyramids of Giza with today technology and innovation?

  1. Yes its possible.

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  2. No it's virtually impossible to build today.

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  1. MXZT Black Belt Platinum Member

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    Just amazingly how accurate and precise it was considering it's size. Do we have the tools/technology/innovation/determination to build these pyramids?

     
  2. Rygu R.I.P. Obie Platinum Member

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    Yeah obviously.
     
  3. Bubzeh Silver Belt

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    Slavery is rife in Libya right? I'm sure something could be whipped up.
     
  4. Slobodan Вело ;) Staff Member Senior Moderator

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  5. Get To Da Choppa Blue Belt

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    If we can build fight island then anything is possible
     
  6. Sonny Qc 86,425 Likes

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    you can build anything with 70,000 slaves
     
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    This dude could do it by himself.
     
  8. D Train Gold Belt

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    I can’t think of a reason why not.
     
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  9. syct23 ...ElipsisBelt...

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    Make Egypt Great Again...
     
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    they could 3d printer the pyramids if they put out the effort to do it.....
     
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  11. Medulla Omoplata Mayberry Comptroller

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    Yes we could. I hate this enduring myth.

    People hear "we don't know how they did it" or "we don't have the technology to do this today" and think that means we can't figure it out or develop that tech.
    It's completely misguided.

    We don't know how and we don't have the tech because we don't work with giant chunks of stone to that level of precision because that is stupid and a waste of our time. We've already developed materials that are far more reliable, consistent, easier to work with and cost-effective and all our construction practices and methodologies are based around these materials.

    Like I don't know how to shoe a fucking horse but that's not because I couldn't figure it out but because I have no need to shoe any horses, I drive a car.
     
  12. Fluffernutter Silver Belt

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    They are on the brink of war with Ethiopia over the Rennessance Dam.

    The Nile flows through 11 countries. But, Egypt thinks it's theirs.
     
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  14. Tropodan Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    The answer is time.

    Look at some of the cathedrals in Europe that have taken 100s of years to build. They're more impressive than the pyramids.

    The mainstream egyptologists are wrong on the 20 year thing though.
     
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  15. IndyCovaHart Gold Belt

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    no only aliens can do
     
  16. Sakurabaism Brown Belt

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    Why in Amenhotep's name would you want to build another Pyramid? why not 10/10 female androids with options to have penis attached or lab-grown tenderloin?
     
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  17. Tropodan Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    That's funny, because doesn't the Nile water flow from outside egypt into egypt?
     
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  18. 90 50 Gold Belt

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    But our shit won’t last as long.
    It’s entirely possible there was more to it, and nothing but the Stone is left.

    the Egyptians didn’t build the pyramids, they “remodeled them “ when they found them.
     
  19. Medulla Omoplata Mayberry Comptroller

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    I don't know anything about this conflict or dam but it's kind of understandable for a country to be upset if an upstream dam is going to reduce flows of one of their major waterways.
     
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  20. Medulla Omoplata Mayberry Comptroller

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    I agree but that doesn't change the point of my post.

    Possible but we don't really know. Where are you heading with this train of thought?
     

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