Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Pyramids discovered in Silicon Valley

The Inquirer

This is another news editorial on "The Lost Pyramid", a sensational mega-documentary the History Channel is about to air. Using computer technology, they uncover and recreate a supposed fourth pyramid, taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza.

THE OBSESSION OF historical documentary makers to come up with new things to show off their swish computer graphics is getting out of hand, according to Newsweek.

The History Channel is about to release a sensational story about a "Lost Pyramid" of Giza that it is found which is taller than the Great Pyramid but had been lost below the desert sands. The show will include some flash computer graphics of what the lost Pyramid would have been like.

The only problem is that is neither lost, taller than the Great Pyramid, in Giza, nor indeed even a Pyramid.

See the above page for more.
The Newsweek article: TV's Not-So-Great Pyramid

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