Two previously unknown empty area found in the great pyramid project specialists Scan the Pyramids. These cavities can previously unknown rooms or corridors. Although some skeptics tend to assume that a detected void is just defects of masonry, the results of the scientists has attracted a lot of attention.
The pyramid of Cheops or the Great pyramid of Giza is the largest facility of its kind in Egypt and the only one of the Seven wonders of the world, preserved to our days. The pyramid was built over four and a half thousand years ago and remained the largest building in the world until the fourteenth century of our era. Although the famous building was repeatedly subjected to the most thorough study of rumors about the still undiscovered secret rooms in it, do not cease till now.
To detect cavities professionals has allowed the use of the technology called “muon tomography”. The essence of this method consists in tracking down emerging in the atmosphere, muons, unstable elementary particles with a negative electric charge. Since air is flowing muons is better than solid matter, their enhanced flow suggests the presence of a cavity in the wall. Experts have also used infrared thermography to learn the pattern of distribution of temperature fields, as well as to a method of 3D-modeling. All this has allowed to verify the existence of two previously unknown anomalies in the pyramid. They are located at an altitude of about 100 meters from the ground and the area of each of them reaches several meters. While scientists cannot say with confidence whether the voids between them.
However, many scientists believe that talking about the discovery of the “secret room” in an ancient pyramid at the moment, at least, premature. It is likely that the cavities are only defects in design, completely avoid that when you create such a huge building of stone slabs would be very difficult.