Thermal scan of Great Pyramid reveals mysterious anomaly

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    Researchers have found something hidden in the Great Pyramid of Giza, but they're not sure what it is yet.Thermal scans revealed an anomaly in the ancient walls of the pyramid. While much of the wall uniformly heats up and cools down each day, a spot on the eastern side of the structure behaves differently. There was a six degree Celsius (11 F.) difference in temperature compared with surrounding stones.
    That distinct heat signature could mean some passage, room or other insight is hidden in or behind that wall.

    http://afddal.blogspot.com/2015/11/thermal-scan-of-great-pyramid-reveals.html
     
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    Old Ben was right after all! It's part of an old grain elevator system :).

    I'm interested as well to see what this might be.
     
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    Perhaps it is the gateway to Imhotep.
     
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    *cough* solar powered electricity. There's a reason there are rust lines through multiple shafts in the pyramid.
     
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    I don't think anything is there and if they start tearing down the wall it will just ruin the Pyramid.
     
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    that's the Stargate found by James Spader
     
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    Beat me to it
     
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    You're just afraid they'll find mountains of old, moldy grain.
     
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    They discovered the Carsons Granary :)
     
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    Have there been sightings of millions of Egyptian cockroaches?

    [video=youtube;OSkC2Pjj-pE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSkC2Pjj-pE[/video]
     
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    proof Carson was right about grain in the pyramid... the government has released drawings of these grains in pyramids for decades...
     
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    King Tut's knife 'made from meteorite'...
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    Tutankhamun's knife was 'made from meteorite iron'
    Thu, 02 Jun 2016 - A dagger entombed alongside the mummy of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun was made with iron that came from a meteorite, researchers say.
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    Team Testing New Scanner on Egypt's Great Pyramid
    June 02, 2016 — Archaeologists are hoping that modern technology could help unlock ancient secrets buried deep beneath the 4,500 year-old burial structure
     

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