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|Pyramids are antennas.|
Yes, it's well known that huge piles of limestone and marble blocks make excellent antennas. You can also make a little hole in the middle and stick dead people in - they're dual-function. And the dead people probably help with the reception.
If the Egyptians were so brilliant, why didn't they invent the tinfoil hat?
They did. What do you think the pyramids were covered with before all that sand wore away the outer covering?
They thought big back in those days.
Yeah, see they're pyramid shaped so they're tuned to all frequencies simultaneously. Or something.
Hey, Joe, are they receiving antennae, or transmitting?
AM or FM?
Once they receive the... uh... energy (snicker), where does it go?
You call in to coast to coast am a lot, don't you.
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