Source — Two weeks of new thermal scanning at Egypt’s Giza pyramids have identified several anomalies, including a major one in the largest pyramid, the country’s Antiquities Ministry announced Monday. Antiquities Minister Mamdouh el-Damaty and technical experts working on the project showed the thermal differences in the pyramid in a live camera presentation to journalists. The scanning showed “a particularly impressive [anomaly] located on the eastern side of the Khufu pyramid at ground level,” the ministry said in a statement. The thermal scanning was carried out during sunrise, as the sun heats the structures from the outside, and then during sunset as the pyramids are cooling down. The varying rates at which different parts of the pyramids heated up and cooled down could point to a number of anomalies, including empty areas inside the pyramids, internal air currents or a change in building material.
— CBC News (@CBCNews) November 9, 2015
When I first read this I assumed it was an article from 1920. Oh, Egypt’s giant crazy pyramids have hidden passageways? Tell me something I don’t know. I assume every new apartment I move into in September has at least one hidden passage. It’s 2015 and we’re posting new articles about one of the world’s seven wonders having hidden passages? This guy gets it.
The Great Pyramid of Giza was completed in 2560 BC. I’m not a math guy, but that seems like 4575 years for us to discover the Pyramids have hidden pathways. If we’re playing Family Feud, Name 5 Things On Earth With Hidden Passages, I’m going: Kremlin, Hogwarts, Pyramids, Jack Nicholson’s house, Britney Spears’ body. I mean we found the Titanic 2.5 miles below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean and 370 miles offshore in 1985. Yet we just discovered hidden passages in the Giza Pyramids sitting right in front of our faces 4575 years later? Embarrassing.