The Pyramids: An Enigma Solved

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Dorset, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 263 pages
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Assesses traditional theories about how the pyramids were constructed, argues that the pyramid stone is synthetic, and discusses Egyptian masonry techniques

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This is, of course, the infamous “Egyptcrete” book. Although I’ve been harshly critical of “Egyptcrete”, I confess I had never read Davidovits’ book from cover to cover until now. Well, now I have ... Read full review

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A Close Look at the Problem
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The Technological Paradox
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