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The following content comes from jw-archive.org and we have obtained permission to reprint the comments of two persons who offer comments on that site:
The question was:
One respondent, who claims to have been assigned research work at Bethel, included a most interesting bit of Bible Student history with reference to Russell and the pyramid studies. The “executive summary” as provided by the poster, is as follows:
What is amazing is that by searching through the entrails of the various drainage and air passages that angled through the pyramid, it never mattered whether the length of these zigzagging passages was 3,416 inches, 3,457 inches, or 3,384.904 inches. In EVERY case they proved that 1874 or 1914 or BOTH 1874 and 1914 were correct. This was true even though the first measurement was nearly 3 feet off, and the first “corrected” measurement was 6 feet off.
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