It has been quite some time, in fact a couple of centuries, when we, modern and technically so advanced civilization were wondering how those mammoth stones were moved from one place to another to build the pyramids.

How architects at that point of time were able to bring those stones up to that level of height and placed them so precisely one top of another.

Now, scientists and researchers from the University of Amsterdam claims that they have resolved this enigma.

They say it is all about making the sands wet with exactly the right amount of moisture in it, then it will be easy to pull the stones laying them on top of the wet sand. The force that required to pull the stones is drastically minimized if the underlying sands are calculatively wet.

Photo credit: FOM

Photo Credit: FOM

This is as per The reasoning they produce seems to be logical at this point of time.

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Even if it is a shame that we super scientists couldn’t discovered this simple fact of physics earlier, that still leaves some questions unanswered.

  • Even if you could drag the stones from one place to another, how you can pull them to that great height of the pyramids?
  • How they had actually deducted the right amount of wetness and moisture that is required to move stones with lesser effort?
  • Are we saying that there is a team of people were heading the procession of pulling the stones with water in their hands and continuously pouring the liquid on the base path of the stones and that too in so precise quantity and timing that it produces the exact right ratio of moisture? Keep in mind in only Giza pyramid there are 2.3 million blocks of stones and each weighing from 2.5 to 15 tonnes. And the climate of Egypt never helps you to keep the sands wet.

I don’t say, it was the aliens, and aliens only, who helped the egyptians to build the pyramids, but at the same time, we still are not in a position to answer all the open questions about the Pyramid mysteries.