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Giza pyramids: back to the original Dr. Joan Verdaguer-Codina Introduction Egypt has in the tourism one of the best way to have an input of money, but nowadays it has a lack of tourists. This lack of tourists, bad for this country, offers an excellent opportunity to scientific community to experiment on Giza pyramids. Always I have tried to imagine the effects of sunlight from the three pyramids reflected not only to Giza plateau also all land and sea that could be enlightened. Unfortunately it is impossible to imagine the reality although you try to do a computer simulation, which never will be equal to the reality. We must accept that the sunlight reflected by the deck slabs blocks of highly polished white limestone that were covering pyramids is a pending issue. Objective The aim of this proposal is to cover the three pyramids of Giza plateau like they were originally, with a polished limestone, a small pyramid of gold on the top, and carry several scientific experiments, which I proposed below. Proposed scientific projects 1- Civil sociology We will need anthropologists and sociologists to study human reactions, primarily in the areas nearby. 1.1- my hypothesis is that this event could help to turn 180 degrees the actual situation of confrontation inside Egypt. 1.2- for humankind, also it would have effects to the global human thinking. 2- Military sociology My proposal is that military engineers could be those who build the covering system of the pyramids. I proposed military engineers because I would like to experiment the idea of Gene Roddenberry. For this purpose I have developed the following requirements: 2.1- The management of this project will be responsibility of the Egyptian military engineers, which will be assessed by scientists. 2.2- The project must accept military engineers from elsewhere countries. 2.3- All countries that want to participate in this project must accept the following conditions: 2.3.1- the same military dress for all of military personnel. 2.3.2- the same symbols of military rank independent from the country they come from. 2.3.3- only the UN flag in the uniform. 2.3.4- it will be forbidden peaked caps and military hand salute during the scientific study. 3- Optical experiments 3.1- on land we can study: 3.1.1- The optical wavelength from the reflected sunlight. 3.1.2- The portion far away on Earth illuminated by the reflected sunlight and how far up this reflected beam could be seen. 3.1.3- Elephants are one of the mammalians with genetic memory. Zoologist must study the effects on elephants prior, during, and after this experiment. 3.2- on Sea we can study: 3.2.1- Accepting the sea level were at 100 meters below of this actual level, it could be interesting to determine the portions of land of Mediterranean Sea lighted now underwater. We know that in Mallorca exists a cemetery of the Neolithic era partially underwater, and no one builds a cemetery underwater To determine the deep of illumination from reflected sunlight is a goal. 3.2.2- Whales are other kind of the mammalians with genetic memory. Oceanographers and all branches of the marine biology must study the effects on whales prior, during, and after this experiment.



3.3- from outer space 3.3.1- Using satellites not only from Hubble, also using the military optical satellites kindly devoted to spy on each other nations. As they are paid by the world's taxpayers, I believe that a small part of their time could be dedicated to this scientific study. For this purpose, the collaboration of the American, European, and Russian Space Agencies (civil and military) is needed, to see the glow, how far it can be seeing, and if pyramids are the source of a specific wavelength. The purpose of this request is to give enough information to astronomers and physicists. Advantages of this project 1st perhaps the way to restore the flow of tourists is carry on this project. I believe that Egyptian tourist industry must be very interested in it. 2nd the actual political situation is a good window to scientific community to study the pyramids covered. How to cover the Giza pyramids I would like to suggest using carbon fiber rods. This kind of material is used in the simulator called West Point Bridge (http://bridgecontest.usma.edu/). The same rods can be used to build the structures that will support the coating of the pyramids, and to avoid any metallic elements. For coating it could be used a kind of slight panels with the same reflective properties of light that the original limestone. On the top should be placed slight panels of gold as the legend said there were. Both panels must be lightweight, easy to put on and remove. When it must be completed It must be finished before the Spring equinox. Winter is the time when the Sun and Earth are closest, and we don't know if there may be effects on the reflected sunlight, but according to our knowledge about other ancient monuments, the date of the Spring equinox is an important date, consequently we can hope that this date could be important in this experiment. How to finance One of the most important questions is who will pay for this? I would like to propose several sources: - Crowdfunding. To encourage it the Egyptian tourist authorities could offer a lottery among all people that want to see pyramids covered for the first time. - Private foundations because human knowledge is the beneficiary of this project. - Tourists by an extra tax only for this period of the year. - DoDs can consider their financial effort as the cost of military manoeuvres, instead of throwing destructive devices; for once they can make a constructive military exercises. Summary There are potentially benefits to tourist industry and scientific knowledge: - see sunlight reflected from the pyramids can be an incentive to increase tourism. - scientists carrying out these experiments may be able to solve some questions that are currently awaiting an answer, eg the purpose of the limestone. cc. Al Gore info@climatereality.com, C.D.Mote and Laura Mersky (NAoE), dmote@nae.edu, lmersky@nae.edu, john.baines@orinst.ox.ac.uk
U.), Natalie Samarasinghe Executive Director UNA-UK, samarasinghe@una.org.uk, clintonfoundation