Theories About How the pyramids were built
1. Ramp Theory
In fact, the ramp theory is widely accepted and supported by many archaeologists and engineers. According to this theory, the workers cut tracks into the ramps to make it easier to drag the stones up. As the pyramid grew, workers would have to build new tracks and ramps to accommodate the increasing height.
2. Water Theory
While this theory is not as commonly accepted as the ramp theory, it is not entirely dismissed either. Some evidence suggests that the ancient Egyptians used barges to transport the stones, but it is unclear how they managed to move the stones up to the construction site.
3. Lever Theory
In fact, the lever theory is widely famous and supported by some archaeological evidence. The workers used wooden levers to lift the stones and then moved them on sledges. According to this theory, workers would have used a system of ramps and levers to move the stones up to the pyramid construction site.
4. Extraterrestrial Theory
In fact, the extraterrestrial theory is not supported by any scientific evidence and is widely dismissed by mainstream archaeologists. Some proponents of this theory argue that the precision and scale of the construction could not happen by human labor. The lack of evidence and the occurrence of similarly impressive architectural feats in other parts of the world disprove this claim.
5. Sound Theory
In fact, the sound theory remains highly speculative and lacks scientific evidence to support it. The theory suggests that the workers used a specific frequency of sound to move the stones into place. It is unclear how this would happen without any technology. Additionally, there is no evidence of any tools or devices that could produce the required sound at the time they are here.