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Remmyck Cooper asked the Naked Scientists: Hello Chris, my name is Remmyck & I am 22 years old from Tasmania, Australia. I've got a few questions that hopefully you might be able to help me to answer..I recently watched an episode of Ancient Aliens, where they showed a theory to suggest that 'The Great Pyramid Of Geaza' was actually used as an energy source in ancient times.The theory suggests that they poured hydrated zinc & diluted hydrochloric acid (separately) down two chambers on either side of the pyramid, to meet in the centre of the pyramid which then causes a combustion; Then that process is mixed with some type of vibration from beneath the pyramid - To produce some sort of harnessed energy event that shoots beams of this 'harnassed energy' out of the chambers in the side of the pyramids. This particular theory has intrigued me and I would like to know if this is actually scientifically possible, and if so, what would these beams of 'harnassed energy' actually do and be used for? I would also like to know if this process has been experimented with by humans at all?Although I've already learnt so much, I still have alot to learn about the scientific world as I have only just started my journey. Therefore I hope you can actually make sense of what I've written & can give me atleast a partial answer as to whether or not this theory is possible. I look forward to a response.Kind Regards, Remmyck Cooper. What do you think?
Is it possible to harness energy from an ancient pyramid?
[/size]hydrated zinc & diluted hydrochloric acid...[/size]which then causes a combustion ...[/size]To produce some sort of harnessed energy[/size]
The theory suggests that they poured hydrated zinc & diluted hydrochloric acid (separately) down two chambers on either side of the pyramid...