The Great Pyramid of Giza could interact with resonant radio waves

Great Pyramid of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt

The Great Pyramid of Giza could interact with resonant radio waves 

The Great Pyramid of Giza could interact with resonance radio waves and focus on some electromagnetic waves -- A Study report.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the oldest and largest three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex in Egypt. This is the oldest of the seven wonders of the ancient world, and the only person remains very much intact.

A few days ago, a group of researchers noticed how the size of Gaza's great pyramid would interact with resonance radio waves and focus on some electromagnetic waves. In this study, they discovered something very unique - the size is ideal for focusing on some electromagnetic waves. Resonance is an important physical phenomenon, where shortwave stimulation ends to run a system with more dimension to run a system. Looking at the size and size of the pyramid, the length of the resonance radio waves is 200 to 600 meters long.

This study is about theoretical calculations and should not be taken as an explanation for some deep secrets surrounding the pyramid. And to be extra clear, Pyramid cannot receive or receive foreign messages because the environment is not transparent for the wavelength. This is the reason that roughly wavelength variation used for high-speed wireless communication (LTE), but we suspect that until this incredible monument was built to give a good Wi-Fi signal in ancient Egypt's mind Was there.

For the purpose of the study, the researchers created two models. In the past, the pyramid was embedded in a similar location with specific properties. In this situation, the electromagnetic wave was centered in the central area of the pyramid. In the real equivalent, it is almost equal to the location of the inner chambers found in the center of the pyramid. The second model is a bit more realistic. The pyramid is located at the top of the plane made of the same material. Resonance waves, in that case, will scatter and focus on the waves beneath the base of the pyramid. This theoretical approach probably will not give any insight into the Egyptian tomb, but better nanostructure can be built.

Dr. Andrey Evlyukhin, a Senior author of the study, said in a statement: "Egypt's Pyramid has always attracted great attention. We were also interested in the form of scientists, so we have to see the Great Pyramid as a particle that annoys red waves. Because of the lack of information about the physical properties of the pyramid, we had to use certain assumptions. For example, we considered that there is no unknown cave inside And, with the properties of ordinary limestone, building materials are equally distributed in and out of the pyramid, with these assumptions, we have found interesting results that can find important practical applications. Our team has the size of the pyramid in the nanostructure Is planning to exploit these qualities of the objects, which they used to make the Great Pyramid of Giza Using sensible materials suitable for these tasks in the nonsense and expecting to use this focused capacity in the solar cells and claiming that they will get better results in the next few days.

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