Christopher Dunn - The Giza Power Plant & The Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt
June 12, 2011
In the second hour for members, Christopher continues discussing the technology within the shaft of the Great Pyramid. He is building a model to demonstrate how the electrical arrangements would operate in the shaft. Chris will explain why he thinks the Egyptians used hydrogen. He also discusses engineering concepts from his book, including pulse generators and resonators which served a purpose in the pyramid. He says as an engineer it is important to him to not theorize but actually test and prove his claims before committing to them. Then, Chris gives his opinion of where the Egyptian knowledge of engineering came from and why it disappeared. The Egyptians also had an understanding of the importance of harmonics on the human health. Chris says we need more technology in line with this idea. We'll talk about the perfection and symmetry in Egyptian craftsmanship and how it would be done today. We end the interview discussing the unfinished obelisk in Aswan, the told and untold stories. Topics discussed: gravity feeding, equipment room, King's chamber, Queen's chamber, the southern shaft, the five chambers, relieving chambers, frequency tuning, hydraulics, the Northern shaft, acoustics, non-linear acoustics, pyramid energy, physicist modeling of the King's chamber, disappearing technology, star alignments, acoustic science, harmony, Luxor, Dendera, tool marks at Karnak, symmetry of the Ramses statue, geometry, Pythagorean triangle, flower of life, unfinished pyramid, engineering context and more.