Ancient Egyptian Building Methods Inspired this Grand Canyon Bridge | Host Jay Ellis

To build the breathtaking Skywalk Glass Bridge over the Grand Canyon, workers constructed the horseshoe-shaped walkway 50 feet back from the edge, and then slowly rolled it out over the canyon–a system used by the ancient Egyptians to build their pyramids.

3 thoughts on “Ancient Egyptian Building Methods Inspired this Grand Canyon Bridge | Host Jay Ellis

    1. Hello Ali. I love that the workers stood up for their needs. But what choice did they have, they worked for food, and the food was not there. Thanks for the link. I think we are seeing a workers uprising today in the US. No other advanced country treats the workers and the public the way they are treated in the US. We have fallen so far behind the rest of the world as the wealthy has bought the US government to make more profit to by even more of the country, in the end making workers and the public slave laborers struggling for survival in a system designed by the wealthy to do their bidding to make them own everything. It doesn’t have to be this way but the best con ever pulled on the public was that anything for the public was evil and everything for the wealthy was great / good, while also making sure the people never looked at what other countries did for their public by claiming the US and our ways were always the best. USA is #1, US exceptionalism. Hugs

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