Could the pyramids be 28 million years old?

Answer: No.

by via The Soap Box

ancientaliens03a_300pxRecently I read an article on a website that promotes Ancient Aliens and trying to rewrite history in the strangest way possible about how the Pyramids in Egypt are 28 million years old (read the article here).

Now the article tries to link a comet that allegedly exploded over the region 28 million years with the creation of the pyramids, but really when I tried to read it, it just sounded like a bunch of nonsense. Infact most of it made no sense what so ever and was actually hard to read at points.

At the end of the article it makes it sound like aliens might have built the pyramids due to the sheer fact that humans were not around 28 million years ago (atleast they got the fact that humans weren’t around 28 millions years ago right).

So, are the pyramids 28 million years ago?

Not a chance.

First, if these structures were 28 million years old, then the only parts that would be left of them would be the foundations, and what ever was underneath the pyramids. Everything above would have eroded away by now.

Infact many of these pyramids are in various states of erosion due to where they are located and are almost gone. Some of them don’t even look like human made structures anymore, and look more like hills or small mountains out in the middle of the desert.

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Pyramid of Amenemhat III (Dahshur)

Pyramid of Amenemhat III (Dahshur)

2 responses

  1. Do you know what you are talking about? Impact creators and plate movement are scientific fact. The math I used to discover the lost moon’s orbital track is well established. So, why do you criticize what you don’t understand? Current mainline science does not disallow my conclusions. Let’s examine the issue.

    First, a comet must have a trajectory. Furthermore, it would result in a very extensive path of destruction, thousands of miles long and wide. This would leave a scare on the Earth and destruction that would take tens of millions of years for recovery. Well, where is it? The only place it could be, in the desert areas of North Africa, the Mid-East, all the way to Northwest India.

    Second, the current thinking about the origin of our current moon is that the Earth was struck by a Mars size object over 4 billion years ago and part of the Earth’s crust formed the moon. But that is not all that happened. There would also form a vast debris field that would coalesce into another “moon”. This other moon would be loosely compacted and would be disrupted by the orbits of both the Earth and our current moon. This could vary easily cause debris to fall onto either our current moon or the Earth, itself.

    Third, because the material is loosely pact, it would explode above ground before impacting the surface of the Earth, leaving glass and debris (sand?). In Egypt, today, there are pyramids and other structures buried under sand. This sand would protect these structures from erosion.

    Fourth, the theory of evolution, itself, requires a series of species from animal to human. Why could not one ore more of these species have had intellect and built a civilization? Although modern humans, aka “homo sapiens sapiens”, would not have been alive 28 million years ago; one or more of these other species would have been.

    Your hatched job of my article only demonstrates your lack of knowledge of science. Together with the discovery of the comet that exploded over Egypt and the recent find of the Azores pyramid, my orbital track and its use with plate movement for dating is the beginning of a truly remarkable scientific discovery, i.e. the existence of intelligent beings and civilization on Earth millions of years ago.
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    1. Your first and second arguments mean nothing, and your third argument about sand… it’s a desert. Sand gets blown around and blown up on structures and blown off of structures all of the time. The sand is not going to protect these structures. Infact it’s destroying them. Even the structures that are completely buried by the sand and have only recently been uncovered have been shown using multiple scientific dating techniques to be only a few thousand years old.

      As for your last argument, maybe there was a non-human civilization here before we evolved, but there is no evidence of that, although there is plenty of evidence that the pyramids were built for humans, by humans.

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