I didn't bring up the pyramids, and my point was entirely about the technology involved, which we do not know, and leaves room for speculation. I agree 100% that we know about logistics involving the workers, and to my knowledge they were basically like contractors working for a guild and got commissioned to build the pyramids.
And I agree, there are things that are much harder to explain than the pyramids, although there are also some really weird details about the pyramids too.
Yes, buildings and bridges take resonance into account to avoid collapse. That's what I was referring to.
>No it is not reasonable at all
How is that? Rocks have a resonant frequency. If you know what you're targeting you can narrow down what that might be and sweep through until you find what resonates. Then you could blast that frequency when you want to disturb the effect. I forget the physics term for it, but where there's tension in a system, vibration can function like a lubricant. It can cause screws to loosen faster for example. The same physical principle applies to tectonic plates under tension.