There are 21 huge solid granite sarcophagi carved on the solid rock at Serapeum in Saqqara, which is quite comparable to Memphis, each weighing more than 100 tons on average. The raw material was mined about a half-mile distant from the quarries at Aswan.
Christopher Dunn, English, Project Engineer and Laser Process Manager of the North American Aerospace Corporation, of which he is actually Senior, investigated the methods of digging and grinding stones in Ancient Egypt in his book (The Giza Power Plant), and without a doubt proven by A+B that the ancient Egyptians definitely used modern equipment in the building of the Py.
Could Serapeum’s huge sarcophagi represent the Anunnaki’s tomb?
And, based on scientific, archaeological, and historical evidence, the second appears to be the best bet.
Absurd. Because it’s the conclusion that the proof takes us to, that from the standpoint of the scientific process, no matter how absurd the position we’re heading, if the empirical data leads us there, if it’s going well or not, whether it’s contradictory to your philosophy or not.