EGYPT ENERGY BREAKTHROUGH (seems like): A very tiny crystal produces enough electricity to shoot a bolt of lightning that is strong enough to light your gas barbecue every time you press a button. Could that crystal energy also be derived if you hit it with a hammer? What if you took a rock that was 60% + Quartz Crystal (like Granite) and hit that with a hammer? Would you create any Piezo-electricity? Egypt is filled with hundreds of what appear to be machined Granite boxes that have high crystal content. Saqqara has 24 such boxes and they weigh up to 100 tons each. What would happen if you hit a 100 ton granite box with a hammer? Would that create as much electricity as your gas barbecues crystal? The University of Mississipi has put forth a notion that the only way these boxes make any sense whatsoever is if they were used to contain some kind of chemical pressure. Just making beer with yeast you could run pressures of up to 100 lbs psi. This is why the 100 ton boxes have 30 ton lids. They seem like they may have been giant pressure "generators". The U of M pointed out that if yeast was fed animal fat. They could induce pressures 1000 times greater than what is inside your car tire. If you induced 10 000 lbs pressure inside a granite container would the 60% quartz content produce any viable electricity? Other theories suggest they could be "sarcophagi", but the only bones ever found in one came from a bull. If The University of Mississippi is correct, then they were using Bulls as fuel. Egyptology says Saqqara worshiped bull s from the evidence of finding a few bone fragments inside one of these 100 ton granite containers. Perhaps they did machine these insanely big and heavy 100 ton Granite boxes and moved them through tunnels at Saqqara to the 24 stalls in which the reside. These 100 ton boxes are inside small tunnels. We would be hard pressed to remove these today along the same pathways they entered. This theory comes from the University of Mississippi. Other theories are that Aliens built them or were used to bury giants or angels. Some stand over 6 feet tall and ten feet long. Maybe they were just cow tombs? If it is indeed possible to squeeze the 60% quartz content of the granite with 10 000 psi. Could it be possible to steer that energy into something viable? The University ends its thery there and doesn't explain well the use of such energy if possible. Egypt knew how to make glass and glass blowing comes from ancient Egypt. We also know Mercury has been found under pyramids. Florescent lights are made with Mercury gas. I DO NOT KNOW. I am not saying any of this is true. Perhaps it was for burying angels? If a person put a fluorescent light atop a Granite or Crystal box. Would it light up? I am not suggesting ancient Egypt had light-bulbs. I am just saying that the granite boxes as generators was the best idea Ive heard thus far on Egypt. Of course a 30 ton lid is required with pressure. It makes more sense than Aliens. These 24 granite boxes are underneath a pyramid called "The step Pyramid". Another was found in the red pyramid. There is a 3 ton granite box in the Kings Chamber of the great pyramid. Maybe they were giant tombs. If you throw quartz rocks at a the ground they all briefly light up. Kids do it while camping. It seems almost plausible ancients might wish to capitalize on that somehow. It depends if the energy is usable. Fluorescent lights or noble gas bulbs were within their technology at the time. They had Mercury and glass blowing. Questions: 1) Could you create a steady stream of energy by slowly increasing the pressure inside a granite box until the pressures exceeded 10 000 psi (guessing how much pressure a 30 ton lid would hold). 2) Did the Egyptians have the technology to make a fluorescent light? 3) Could such a granite box power such a lamp? Please note: I am not suggesting pyramid power. I am only talking about these very strange boxes. If this new Theory from UofM makes sense to anyone. Then you are an alternative theorist. It seems like logic but I don't know how such energy would be used. Maybe they were just brewing beer? Maybe this was a beer factory. Here is the Theory. It seems to actually contain some logic.