The Pyramids of Giza can concentrate electromagnetic energy into a room inside it

Is it possible to apply the design of the pyramid to a modern apartment, to focus the waves on the room more effectively?

The international team of scientists published a novel study, a theory that the Pyramid of Giza can concentrate electromagnetic energy into one of the rooms inside the pyramid , and then focus at the base. Giant architectural blocks. Although (most likely) ancient Egyptians did not know this particular 'function' of the pyramid, the study of the ability to concentrate electromagnetic energy may be useful in nanoparticle studies. Future.

' The application of modern physics to the study of pyramids is very important, bringing high work efficiency, ' the researchers wrote in their scientific report. ' Experiments can show us new discoveries, find interesting new information about the pyramids .'

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The ability to concentrate electromagnetic energy may be useful in future nanoparticle studies.

Electromagnetic radiation - including visible eye light, radio waves and microwaves, are waves emitted from electric and magnetic fields; they always exist around us. ' Electromagnetic energy plays an important role in people's daily lives, and every day we use and experience all kinds of electromagnetic energy ,' physicist Antonija Grubisic-Cabo explained to the site. Science Alert.

' For example, sunlight is also a form of electromagnetic wave, but even things commonly found in households also have this type of wave, such as a microwave or radio, based on electromagnetic energy .'

In fact, our indoor space is flooded with electromagnetic radiation, from natural light to Wi-Fi. Perhaps the pyramid design could be applied to the modern apartment design, allowing efficient Wi-Fi focus so that we do not need a few splitters placed around the house anymore?

Sometimes modern houses must have pyramid-like tips to absorb waves easily.

To answer the question why pyramids have such a way of interacting with such strange waves, the scientists tested the resonance of the waves when entering the pyramid.

' We make some assumptions, ' said Andrey Evlyukhin, an experienced researcher at ITMO Russian University. ' For example, we assume that the pyramid contains no other empty spaces, and the building materials are still purposeful giant blocks of stones .'

So they built a model of the pyramid, and then measured the interaction between the model and electromagnetic radiation. After the calculation, the team was able to make conjectures about how the electromagnetic energy diffuses and is absorbed by the pyramid. The model shows that the diffused electromagnetic waves are concentrated in the inner room of the pyramid as well as at the bottom of the architectural block.

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The diffused electromagnetic waves are concentrated in the inner room of the pyramid as well as at the bottom of the architectural block.

So they built a model of the pyramid, and then measured the interaction between the model and electromagnetic radiation. After the calculation, the team was able to make conjectures about how the electromagnetic energy diffuses and is absorbed by the pyramid. The model shows that the diffused electromagnetic waves are concentrated in the inner room of the pyramid as well as at the bottom of the architectural block.

This is not evidence that the pharaohs under the pyramid deliberately built their tombs like that . to listen to the radio easily. The high possibility (it is difficult to confirm exactly, maybe .) the pyramid shape can absorb electromagnetic radiation easily is just a coincidence.

' Although this study is not by a given convention, the way in which modern physics is applied to pyramid research is not new, and has also made new discoveries ,' said researcher Grubisic-Cabo. . ' Because this research is purely academic, it's hard to say what the actual outcome will be, or if it will be applied in real life .'

Having said that, the team is still trying to create the same effect on a nanoscale, to delve deeper into this strange wave-absorbing structure.

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