New discovery on how the pyramids were built certifies that the cement was used
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A chemical engineer Joseph Davidovits in 1970 coined the term geopolymer to be able to describe a cement mixture consisting of water, lime and natron, it was used by the Egyptians for mummification, to try to explain how the ancient people were able to create a kind of cement with which they built blocks that were used for the pyramids but also for other buildings come down to us, and this without any extraction of blocks of granite or trasposrto building materials.
He called over to the hypothesis that you frieze, he can follow the words with the facts because he founded a company that started manufacturing building products based on the principle that was carrying on with his research, becoming very soon multimigliardario, which showed how his " hypothesis "were not certain things spans in the air, even if the orthodox archeology has always mocked if not snubbed these theories, at least until today. Professor Ken MacKenzie of Victoria University wanted to test it by taking a sample of limestone from one of the blocks of the pyramid of Kheops, reducing it to powder thin and putting it in a machine to study the chemical spectrum, succeeded in obtaining an analysis of sub atomic block , and demonstrating that instead of being a sample derived from a rock-solid natural origin, it was formed by a mixture of elements varies thing not natural evidently, therefore confirming the theories of Davidovits.
Of course, given the reluctance of "learned archaeologists" do not know yet what will it take for this finding is recognized by all but we suspect that it will take years if not centuries before the intelligence comes in the right areas, finally changing the immense amount of theories (those are) on which even today are based scholars from all over the world and against which we can still fight with a hope of success. Among other things in America "something is happening" because even in the labs of MIT, you are trying to establish this theory that now becomes less amazing but increasingly feasible, as even the Americans built a pyramid on a small scale to prove that the Egyptian cement was a truth attested and not a hypothesis.
Materials scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are convinced that the traditional theory on the construction of the pyramids, the one that tells of huge rocks dragged by thousands of slaves, is only part of the story, in fact a large percentage of the blocks, equal to 20 %, could actually 'have been made with poured a concrete made from local materials, mixed until a primitive concrete and this centuries before the Romans demonstrate the qualities of concrete raising buildings such as the Pantheon. But what he said a spokesman for the Board of Antiquities Zahi Hawass of Cairo as regards this research that was already evident in the past? What were the ideas and idote estremente stupid as to think that if a population without certain equipment could build the pyramids of Giza and then go back to the era of the Paleolithic was smart ....
Apparently, analysis of fragments of the pyramids made with X-ray microscope and chemical solutions indicate, according to American scholars, that there is evidence to support the view that some blocks are the product of lava, not activities' quarry, but the team will have 'a hard time convincing an academic environment where entire careers have been built on the assumption that the pyramids are composed of blocks of stone. Michael Barsoum, an engineer from Drexel University in Philadelphia participating in the trial, was attacked verbally from all over the world when, in 2006, argued that parts of blocks of a pyramid of Giza are microstructurally different from blocks of limestone and could be the product castings. "They treated me as if I had argued that the pyramids were cut with a laser," said Barsoum, while in the same Boston, skepticism for research at MIT is 'already' made me feel. "The blocks came from quarries and were dragged to the place, there is no evidence to support the opposite," ruled Kathryn Bard, Egyptologist at Boston University. In essence, time will tell, perhaps, recognized the truth.