What is the latitude of the Great Pyramid of Egypt?

ChiTownLion

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And what is the speed of light in meters per second?

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Pretty ingenious of the builders of the pyramid to know the meter would be invented 4000 years later
Early Egyptians were actually time travelers from the future. The pyramids were antennae combined with launch platform. 5000 years ago they pointed directly at an important star or galaxy....don’t remember which.

So they knew we used meters in the future and used this latitude as a clue to their visit.

 
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ChiTownLion

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Early Egyptians were actually time travelers from the future. The pyramids were antennae combined with launch platform. 5000 years ago they pointed directly at an important star or galaxy....don’t remember which.

So they knew we used meters in the future and used this latitude as a clue to their visit.

Now that's more like it. 😎
 
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I don't give the great pyramid much latitude, they've had more than enough time to get it right. And as for the speed of light, you seem to be looking at that in a vacuum so I'll have to reflect on it some more.
The speed of light relative to any observer’s perspective is always the same, regardless of the relative speed difference between two observers. Let that sink in.
 

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What's the definition of relative humidity?










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