Egypt – How the Stairs of a Pyramid Melted

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In this picture you can see a staircase leading downstairs to a pyramid in Saqqara. It is made of solid black stone.
But the stairs in the middle of the stairway melted like a staircase made of wet clay. In this case, the stairs must be exposed to very high temperatures. The only way to achieve such a high temperature, as far as the world knows today, is atomic energy.
If this staircase is made of fresh lava. If it was forgotten and a large load was carried on it, this could be the case.
But it has been found that there were no volcanoes in this place.
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