Egyptian power: the Great Pyramid of Giza concentrates electromagnetic energy
An international team of scientists has used methods of theoretical physics to study the electromagnetic response of the Great Pyramid on the airwaves. Scientists predict that under resonance pyramid can concentrate the electromagnetic energy in its internal chamber and below the base. These results, scientists plan to use to design nanoparticles capable of producing similar effects in the optical range. They are useful, for example, to create high performance sensors and solar cells. The study was published in the Journal of Applied Physics.
While the Egyptian pyramids are surrounded by many myths and legends, scientists have little proven scientific information on their physical properties. Recently physicists interested as the Great Pyramid will interact with electromagnetic waves of the resonant length. Calculations have shown that in the resonant state pyramid can concentrate electromagnetic energy in its internal chambers, as well as under the ground, where the unfinished third chamber.
First, scientists have suggested that the resonances in the pyramid can be caused by radio waves in length from 200 to 600 meters. Then, they have made a model of the electromagnetic response of the pyramid and calculated extinction cross section. This is done in order to assess how much of the incident wave energy can be dissipated or absorbed by the pyramid in the resonance conditions. Finally, under the same conditions, the scientists obtained a picture of the distribution of the electromagnetic field inside the pyramid.
What else hide the pyramid?
"The Egyptian pyramids have always attracted a lot of attention. We, as scientists, as they are interested in, so we decided to look at the Great Pyramid as a particle emitting radio waves resonantly. Due to the lack of information about the physical properties of the pyramid, we had to make some assumptions. For example, we have assumed that no unknown within the cavities, and a building material with the properties of conventional limestone evenly distributed inside and outside the pyramid. Given these assumptions, we got some interesting results which may find important practical applications, "says Andrew Evlyuhin, research manager and research coordinator.
Now the researchers plan to reproduce similar effects on the nanoscale level.