Kendall K. Down <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Exactly. Now there are over a million blocks of stone in the Great Pyramid:
> if we assume that the pyramid workers waited four hours between blocks, but
> worked 24x7x52, then we are looking at 456 years to build the pyramid.
> Someone with more mathematical expertise than I have can tackle the task of
> working out a more realistic time, considering that work could proceed from
> multiple centres, but no shuttering can be introduced between blocks (there
> isn't room), but I'm confident that it would still come out to considerably
> longer than the reign of Khufu.
Certainly not, especially when you consider that most of the pyramid is
built with carved stones.
"Tout est au mieux dans le meilleur des mondes possibles"
Voltaire vs Leibniz