A research team of architects and scientists has detected “anomalous” changes in temperature on the scanner as it is scanned through the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt.
A team of architects and scientists from Egypt, France, Canada and Japan used infrared thermal recorders to survey the pyramids at dawn, when the rising sun heats the limestone structures from outside as well as at sunset, the temperature of the pyramid decreases.
The results show that the three adjacent rocks deep inside the bottom of the Great Pyramid have the highest temperature. Authorities say this is a natural consequence of the existence of gaps, air currents or various building materials inside the pyramid.
Experts believe that there is something hidden deep inside the world’s most mysterious wonder – the resting place of great pharaohs such as Khufu (Kheops), Khafre (Khephren) and Menkaure (Mycerinus). around 2613-2494 BC.
It is known that the Great Pyramid – the tomb of pharaoh Khufu will become the research object of the “Operation Scan Pyramids” project, which is expected to be conducted on November 25 and end at the end of 2016.