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Pyramid carbon dating

It is clear to see that apart from Piazzi Smyth (and possibly Proctor), the dates for the creation of the pyramid are all considerably earlier than modern Egyptologists claim.

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Erosion patterns from the Sphinx enclosure suggest a far older date than subscribed by Egyptologists and there are several at Giza discoveries from before the 4th dynasty that clearly suggest the complex was in use before the pyramids are said to have built.It is generally believed that iron was unknown in the Pyramid Age and that the only possible source of iron was from iron-meteorites, which are composed of about 95 iron and 5 nickel [5]. El Gayar of the faculty of Petroleum and Mineral in Suez, Egypt, and Dr. After El Gayar and Jones conducted a series of chemical and microscopic tests on the iron plate, these scientists concluded that: 'the plate was incorporated within the pyramid at the time that structure was built' i.e. The chemical and microscopic analyses of the iron plate also revealed very small traces of gold, suggesting that the plate had perhapsbeen originally gilded.The actual size of the plate was estimated to have been 26 x 26 cm., which is roughly the same size of the shaft's mouth, which in turn suggests that the iron plate possibly had served as some sort of cover or gate to the shaft's mouth. Spencer at the British Museum, but neither seemed to have heard of these relics. Mary Bruck, the biographer of Piazzi Smyth [12], I traced Piazzi Smyth's personal diary at the Edinburgh Observatory and found his entry on the relics dated 26 November 1872, as well as private letters he had received from John Dixon at the time.For example, it is reported by Abu Szalt, a medieval Arab chronicler from Spain, that when the Caliph Ma'amoun entered the Great Pyramid for the first time in the 9th century and made his way to sarcophagus in the King's Chamber, 'the lid was forced opened, but nothing was discovered excepting some bones completely decayed by time.'[2].In 1818, when Belzoni entered the Second Pyramid (Khafre), he found some bones inside the sarcophagus which apparently turned out to be from a bull [3].What gives credence to this idea, amongst a host of other non-RCD related evidence, is that the RC dates for the G1 exterior get progressively older the higher you go dating to as much as 3,900BC.

The idea this has something to do with "old wood" is nonsense.

This carbon dating puts the pyramid 20 thousand years before the Sumerian and Babylonian “civilizations.

In other words, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun dates back to a time when organized human civilizations were not supposed to exist.

How much is the question though at best as far as I can see there is nothing to point to 10,000BC.

To answer your question from your previous post, the way around RCD is to accept the idea given the dates are derived from the exterior and short lived materials that they may not be indicative of the builders but rather later restorers.

It is said that Manetho's main goal was to prove to the Greeks that the Egyptians were the world's oldest people, but that he faced competition; Berosus was trying to do the same thing with his homeland, Mesopotamia, while the chief librarian of the Alexandria library, Erastosthenes, also claimed great antiquity for the Greeks.