The Hidden History: Japanese engineers are trying to build a 7 times smaller Pyramid of Cheops – are they succeeding or failing?

The Hidden History: Japanese engineers are trying to build a 7 times smaller Pyramid of Cheops – are they succeeding or failing?

In the XX century, engineers and specialists from Japan decided to conduct an experiment and build a 7 times smaller copy of the Cheops pyramid.

Initially, everyone was supposed to build in a month, in the end it took more than 1 year. Having started to build the pyramid with primitive labor, like the Egyptians, problems appeared almost immediately after the start.

The specialists began to be late in time, and as a result they attracted a truck, but in the sand it turned out to be ineffective. After that, a cargo helicopter was used, which transported the blocks.

Later, the blocks began to diverge, and everything went crooked, although the Japanese built in the same way as the alleged Egyptians.

As a result, the pyramid collapsed, the deadlines were 12 times exceeded, and the technique was used. The conclusion from this is obvious, but history will still speak of a lack of technology in the past.

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