Great Pyramids/Ancient Egypt thread

In that other thread there were several comments about the pyramids and their origin/how old they really are. 

I went down the YouTube rabbit hole on this topic a few weeks ago and there seems to be a growing group that is convinced the story as we were taught in school might not be the case. 

I'm not even close to knowing what the fuck I'm talking about since all I m is is from some shitty YouTube videos, but I find it all really interesting. 

So, Space Aliens built these fucking things? Were they built before the commonly accepted time frame of 2500 BC (more like 12,000 BC)? Why are there similar structures around the world?

Lets discuss frens!

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Advanced Ancient Civilizations built a lot of this stuff before the last big ice age I suspect.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Younger_Dryas_impact_hypothesis

The Younger Dryas impact hypothesis or Clovis comet hypothesis posits that fragments of a large (more than 4 kilometers in diameter), disintegrating asteroid or comet struck North AmericaSouth AmericaEurope, and western Asia about 12,800 years ago. 

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I believe they were built by a previous race of humans, who were destroyed in a great cataclysm.

In early for rational discussion 

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How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.

Poiupoiu - why arent there any fossils from these people?


I think you need to do some reading and research my friend


 


https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2018/03/early-human-footprints-found-canada-ice-age-spd/


https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ancient-bones-spark-fresh-debate-over-first-humans-in-the-americas/


https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/10/world/early-human-skulls-greece-scn/index.html

TheRoguewrestler - How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.

How old are the pyramids?

TheRoguewrestler - How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.

To be fair, they're at least 4500 (if not much older) years old and still standing. That bridge in Florida made my women engineers already collapsed. 

 

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TheRoguewrestler - How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.


pretty advanced actually...modern tech would have trouble shaping and fitting a wall this tight


let alone moving some of the larger stones


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check out how massive the stones of Baalbek Lebanon are

would take two modern giant excavators to move them

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TFK_TexBP - 
TheRoguewrestler - How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.

How old are the pyramids?




My point was, Would we choose to build a structure out of rocks if we were intending it to last thousands of years? Probably not. You would probably find some alloys somewhere within the structure. Would we also carve pictures on the walls?

This type of stone fitting is found in many places around the world.

 

Uriel's Machine by Knight and Lomas has an interesting take on all of this.

Yossarian -
TheRoguewrestler - How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.

To be fair, they're at least 4500 (if not much older) years old and still standing. That bridge in Florida made my women engineers already collapsed. 

 


Lol

TheRoguewrestler - 
TFK_TexBP - 
TheRoguewrestler - How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.

How old are the pyramids?


My point was, Would we choose to build a structure out of rocks if we were intending it to last thousands of years? Probably not. You would probably find some alloys somewhere within the structure. Would we also carve pictures on the walls?

lack of alloys does not mean lack of advanced civilzation IMO, it just means a different type of advanced civilization

+ stone outlasts metal

after 13000 plus years most metal oxidizes and turns to dust...except gold

+ carvings outlast paintings

 

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TheRoguewrestler - 
TFK_TexBP - 
TheRoguewrestler - How advanced could they have been? They built structures out of cut rocks. Wasn't like they were some kind of alloy that would last throughout time.

How old are the pyramids?




My point was, Would we choose to build a structure out of rocks if we were intending it to last thousands of years? Probably not. You would probably find some alloys somewhere within the structure. Would we also carve pictures on the walls?



"advanced" doesn't mean more advanced than us.

it just means that an unknown ancient civilization was not as primitive as most would assume.

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Close up of Ahu Vinapu on Eater Island

 

Vinapu is one of the oldest ahu and the only one built in this fashion.

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Poiupoiu - why arent there any fossils from these people?

You mean like the mummified remains of pharaoh's?

I'll make a post on this soon, but there's some seriously weird coincidences all over the world with stone blocks and shit like that.

 

The pyramids are just the start.

e. kaye -

 

Close up of Ahu Vinapu on Eater Island

 

Vinapu is one of the oldest ahu and the only one built in this fashion.

Very cool. Did not know this type of stone work was present there

 

 

vtfu

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Poiupoiu - why arent there any fossils from these people?
 

I think you need to do some reading and research my friend

 

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2018/03/early-human-footprints-found-canada-ice-age-spd/

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ancient-bones-spark-fresh-debate-over-first-humans-in-the-americas/

https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/10/world/early-human-skulls-greece-scn/index.html

To be fair, I think what Poiupoiu was asking is "why aren't there 13,000 year old remains of the people that built the pyramids" rather than arguing that there aren't remains of humans that date back that far (and further).