Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt - Giza Power Plant Theory

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Join David Hatcher Childress in Egypt where he meets up with British engineer Christopher Dunn. Together they explore the Giza area, going to ancient pyramid sites, underground catacombs and megalithic quarries not usually visited by tourists. Here they examine saw marks, advanced lifting and moving techniques found at the Giza Plateau, Abu Rawash, Abu Garab, and the underground catacombs of the Serapeum and other areas. Finally Dunn explains his theory of the Giza Power Plant and his view that the pyramids at Giza were originally part of a plan to "drive the earth into harmony." A mind-blowing look at solid evidence for extraordinary ancient technology. Uploaded by UFOTVstudios on Sep 11, 2011 The Giza Power Plant Discussion - Christopher Dunn There have been many books written about the Great Pyramid that put forth numerous points of view, beliefs or hypotheses regarding its construction, origin and purpose, but they all seemed to leave more nagging unanswered questions. The Giza Power Plant was written to present a new perspective not previously given and, hopefully, fill a void in our understanding of this enduring enigma. After over 20 years of gathering evidence and studying the discoveries of other explorers, I ultimately concluded that only by operating on the premise that the Great Pyramid was a huge machine, would all the pieces fit. While Egyptology is not considered to be a hard science, scientific standards should be employed when trying to explain this edifice. Arguments should follow the rules of evidence and conform to scientific principles. While Egyptologists may say the tomb theory is unassailable, my view has been that if the tomb theory cannot follow logical scientific arguments, and be subject to radical revision when new data emerges, then it fails. These are the standards applied to alternate theorists, such as Hancock, Bauval and myself, so we should expect no less from those who teach and support the accepted view. Moreover, the theory should be predictable. What was discovered behind Gantenbrink's "door," though not yet brought into full view, was not predicted by Egyptologists and does nothing to support the theory that this edifice was originally a tomb. I am happy to discuss my work in a cordial and professional manner. My objective is to search for the truth, not my truth. In preparation for this discussion, I would appreciate participants reading the following passages from my book, so they...
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