Soaring Stones: A Kite-Powered Approach to Building Egypt's Pyramids


      Soaring Stones: A Kite-Powered Approach to Building Egypt's Pyramids
It s an unforgettable sight innovation expert Maureen Clemmons can lift and fly massive objects, including five ton stones, with little than a steady wind and a good kite.But did the ancient Egyptians do the same thing when hoisting immense obelisks and pyramid stones Egyptologists say no Clemmons, backed by a decade of field tests and a Caltech aeronautics team, isn t so certain especially when she learns the Egyptologists will not consider evidence from anyone outside their insular field Buoyed by grassroots support and determined to show her children that science is for everyone, she launches into a series of stunning, block heaving experiments that draw national news coverage and open up a dangerous opportunity to try lifting a sixteen ton, twenty five foot tall megalith as the History Channel s documentary cameras roll.Can a backyard scientist lift such a massive stone using wind Clemmons unrelenting efforts not only advance a simple Eureka moment to the halls of academia but prove an important point you don t need a degree, just an inspired idea and some passion, to be a good scientist.Written by Time science contributor Dan Cray. Free Read [ Soaring Stones: A Kite-Powered Approach to Building Egypt's Pyramids ] By [ Daniel Cray ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Daniel Cray is a Los Angeles based author of fantasy, short fiction, and journalism He has published four books and reportedthan sixty TIME magazine cover stories Visit him at

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  • Paperback
  • 206 pages
  • Soaring Stones: A Kite-Powered Approach to Building Egypt's Pyramids
  • Daniel Cray
  • English
  • 16 March 2018
  • 0983283036

10 thoughts on “ Soaring Stones: A Kite-Powered Approach to Building Egypt's Pyramids

  1. says:

    When you read the title of this book, the first thought that comes to mind well, mine anyway is Really a rather skeptical approach But on reading further, the logic behind her theory as put into practice during their many tests and experiments makes a world of sense Whether the Egyptians did use wind power or not still remains to be settled, but she proved that, as a construction technique, the idea of using wind pow...

  2. says:

    Excellent, inspiring story of pure genius, dedication, and passion I had the pleasure of meeting this inspiring woman at a conference in VA beach Even though I m not a scientist and don t conduct experiments, her story reached me It was that passion to take action in what you truly believe in that moved me Her story isn t just about the potential construction of pyramids in ancient Egypt using wind, although it s a highly plausible theory with brilliant, solid evidence, it s also about the Excellent, inspiring story of pure genius, dedication, and passion I had the pleasure of meeting this inspiring woman at a conference in VA beach Even though I m not a scientist and don t conduct experiments, her story reached me It was that passion to take action in what you truly believe in that moved me Her story isn t just about the potential construction of pyramids in ancient Egypt using wind, although it s a highly plausible theory wit...

  3. says:

    Kite power is one of the newer, andreputable, theories about the building of the pyramids Rather than going with the traditional model requiring the incredible effort of thousands of slaves over many decades, Maureen Clemmons believed the Egyptians must have found a quicker, easier solution, and had a eureka moment for wind power.Knowing that most Egyptologists would...

  4. says:

    Maureen Clemmons proves a woman can think outside the box and achieve her goals even when men who think they are smarter than she, or blow her off don t have the drive and instinct to accomplish what she proposed With just a little help from men, women and children who were not intimidated by her and her ideas, she ...

  5. says:

    Another freebie from Book Bub First non fiction I have read in a while I thought it would completely go over my head since the author is writing about wind energy But it was written for a lay person I lov...

  6. says:

    Fascinating theory As soon as I finish this review I will be searching Netflix for the documentary on this I am amazed at the power she discovered in wind Who knew it could so easily move multi ton stones It s been a few years so I hope in the meantimeresearch has been done on this topic.

  7. says:

    I selected this book for my book club due to the wildly creative ideas and don t get me wrong it was an easy read It was also unfortunately a little disappointing in that it seemedlike an advertisement forresearch than a treatise on feasibility and...

  8. says:

    This is one of those rare opportunities where you hear the presenter, then read the book I thoroughly enjoyed the book, but hearing the story from Dr Clemmons mouth is unbeatable A remarkable story tha...

  9. says:

    We are proud to announce that SOARING STONE A KITE POWERED APPROACH TO BUILDING EGYPT S PYRAMIDS by Daniel Cray is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money

  10. says:

    had no idea I would like this book Just wanted to skim a few pages as I was curious SurpriseI thoroughly enjoyed the whole book

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