September 27, 2012 12:02
Erich von Daniken in the program "Light for the Pharaoh." Have the electric batteries in ancient Egypt? As the ancient Egyptians covered their underground facilities? Cut in the rock tombs in the Valley of the Kings?
Corridors and crypts in the pyramids, where the walls are covered with texts? Maybe artists use torches and candles? But then the walls and ceiling must be covered with a thick layer of soot, but it is missing.
Or premises covered by metal mirrors? It can be done in rooms on the first and second levels of the earth's surface. Sun in Egypt is very bright, and the light can be given any direction, even bend the corner.
However, the task is complicated when covering the winding corridors and vaults located deep underground, as is the case, for example, in the Valley of the Kings. In each subsequent reflection mirror light loses brightness, especially if you use metal reflectors used in ancient Egypt.