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Detection of thermal anomalies at the Great Pyramids of Egypt

Muons, the heavy "cousin" of the electron, are apparently not only useful for high-precision measurements of the ultra-small, as in the case where they were used to reveal new values of the proton charge radius, but as well for measurements of the ultra-large -- as a technique called archeaological muography has recently been employed to scan some of the largest pyramids of Egypt.

Article: http://educateinspirechange.org/science-technology/something-heating-inside-egypts-ancient-pyramids-scientists-cant-explain/

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