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The Egyptian Pyramids as the Geophysical Device-Properties and Opportunities

seismo- emissional fields were recorded at lateral sides of pyramids in Dakhshur (“Red” and “Broken”) and in Medume (“Wrong”), for the last one-in the internal chamber also. Registration of seismic noise or their envelopes was conducted with one channel, and the other channel-the electromagnetic signal from the ferrite antenna (electromagnetic emission). The induced seismic emission was investigated under simultaneous recording of envelopes of seismic noise in Dakhshur at top of the small pyramid (near the “Broken”) by two channels (it is anomalous high level). Research of other records have revealed more high-level seismic emission noise inside a pyramid in comparison with an external level, and also coincidence in time of changes of a signal from the ferrite antenna and seismic noise. Read more about this article:

Τhe Shipwreck (Navagio) of Zakynthos: Decay & Preservation. A First Approach

  The Shipwreck (Navagio) is the most important touristic attraction of Zakynthos island in Greece and its fame radius is expanding on a global scale. It is a 20th century ship that in 1982 stray to a particularly inaccessible beach in the northwestern part of Zakynthos island. The particular sight is ranked every year very high on the lists of the most widespread destinations on a global scale. Although, it is a new ship it has received extensive publicity as cultural property of Greece. The main construction materials of Navagio is the metal, wood, and paints that have been used in the decoration of the ship. Read more about this article:   Read more Lupine Publishers Google Scholar Articles: