Christopher Dunn is an engineer with over 35 years of experience. He was recruited by an American aerospace company in 1969. He began as a skilled machinist and toolmaker and has worked at almost every level of high-tech manufacturing from building to operating high-powered industrial lasers, including the position of Project Engineer and Laser Operations Manager at Danville Metal Stamping, a Midwest aerospace manufacturer.
Dunn's pyramid odyssey began in 1977 when he read Peter Tompkins' book, Secrets of the Great Pyramid . His immediate reaction to the Giza Pyramid's schematics was that this edifice was a gigantic machine. Discovering the purpose of this machine involved a process of reverse engineering that has taken over 24 years of research. In the process he has published over a dozen magazine articles, and has also appeared on several national TV programs. Chris is also the author of the best selling book on the pyramids called, "The Giza Power Plant".
Chris Dunn has used his machinist's point of view to analyze the purpose and function of the Giza pyramids. Brien Foerster, who lives in Peru, has been a student of ancient cultures. Together, the two discussed some of the mysterious ancient ruins and lost technologies in Peru...More »
Researcher Chris Dunn presented his contention that the ancient Egyptian builders of the pyramids and temples used advanced tools to construct various monuments, and statues. First hour guest, author and columnist Jerome Corsi commented on a possible attack on Iran by...More »
Author and engineer, Christopher Dunn shared his theory that the Great Pyramid of Giza functioned as a power plant, and was an indicator that at one time the ancient Egyptians had achieved a high degree of civilization.More »
Christopher Dunn published The Giza Power Plant with a prediction of what will be found behind Gantenbrink's door in the Great Pyramid. This prediction is based on what is found elsewhere in the Great Pyramid and is an engineering analysis of the function of the pyramid as a...More »
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