atellite archaeologist Angela Micol believes she may have stumbled upon two previously unidentified pyramid structures by using Google Earth. Located in Egypt, the sites contain distinct features and orientations that definitely suggest the potential presence of pyramids — a prospect that has local archaeologists eager to check it out.
I’m skeptical. They don’t give a location for them and the images shown appear to be in remote areas. Features that big anywhere near the Nile valley would surely have been noted before, and if these are way out in, say, the Western desert, it seems likely that they’d have been found before or that they’re just conical-shaped hills or mountains. But we’ll see, I guess.