There is no question that our thoughts will be open to criticism and justifiably so.  We will not attempt to defend our conclusions.  Nor will we attempt to masquerade as experts outside of our chosen field of study.  (deep learning and artificial general intelligence)  It will be up to the reader to accept or reject our conclusions based on their own intuition.  (scientific or otherwise)  We do not purport to have conclusively determined anything of factual substance based on rigorous scientific observation and analysis.  This is not an academic study.  It is not intended to be.

We hope the reader will find our approach a refreshing departure from the decades-old conflict surrounding the Great Pyramid and the Giza Plateau.   Most of these have been waged between academic Egyptologists and a combination of academics, authors,  sensationalists, pseudo-scientists, spiritualists, and a host of others.

See Graham HancockRobert BauvalErich von DanikenZecharia SitchinRobert M. SchochJohn Anthony West, and Peter Kolosimo among others.

See also Pseudoarcheaology.

If nothing else, the approach we have taken is unique and in some ways timely with respect to the application of deep learning methodologies and artificial general intelligence.  At least with this approach, we have momentarily set aside the questions of who built the pyramids and when.  That is a blessing in and of itself.

Please feel free to contact us with your questions or comments.  We welcome your participation.

 

For more about skepticism see skepticism.