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DenzilPenberthy:
Also some colleagues of mine are working on 'cosmic ray muon tomography' I believe this is/will be used to look at the internal structure of the pyramids. As well as the internal structure of the Fukushima reactors/volcanoes/look for very dense e.g. nuclear materials in shipping containers at ports. I don't know a lot about it but I understand it works like an x-ray machine but it uses the passive background level of muons caused by cosmic rays to illuminate an object and create an image.

lapm:
Damn, they found my super secret fusion power core im building to help me take over the world... :-/O Who would have thought some idiots drags thermal camera next to pyramid...  :-DD Humans, they always find ways to suprise you...

TimFox:
I believe that a group headed by Alvarez did muon tomography of the great pyramid back in the 1970's, looking for unknown chambers.
Their final report specified a minimum dimension:  anything larger would have been detected.

TimFox:
A more recent reference with many technical details:
https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/bitstream/handle/2152/13354/Wright_-_Physics_07.pdf?sequence=2
It includes a citation for Alvarez' work in the 1960s.

EEVblog:

--- Quote from: TimFox on November 11, 2015, 09:26:53 pm ---I believe that a group headed by Alvarez did muon tomography of the great pyramid back in the 1970's, looking for unknown chambers.
Their final report specified a minimum dimension:  anything larger would have been detected.

--- End quote ---

I recall that was well. Nobel prize winner Luis Alvarez did it. Found nothing.

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