That evidence shows possible build-dates were before sea-level rise after last Ice Age.
Experts have known for years that carbon dating is inexact but until researchers from Bristol and Harvard completed their study no one knew by how much." So therefore, the carbon-14 test on the pyramid is in no way conclusive, and the historical date of the creation of the pyramid cannot be validated from such a study.
I'm sure there was no Egyptian kingdom 12,000 years ago. The ancients were alot older than what common consensus says. Lif ENcircle S i can see you argument, but picture this, you are the head of s civilization that happens to have a giant cat with wierd regal cat statue in its back yard. wouldnt you emulate this god greature in your appearance to give yourself credibility? the head is really way out of proportion for the body.is that right for a people who could build a geometrically perfect pyramid in alignment to the poles?Also, according to an article by Robert Sheer, water marks were found on the sides of the Great Pyramid at a level 400 feet higher than the Nile river is today, and deposits of sea salt inside the Pyramid corroborate the theory that it and the Sphinx must have been built before the time of the melting of the last great Ice Age, about 12,000 years ago. I'm going to come back to this when I have time to read those links.But one thing comes to mind immediately.......doesn't the head of the Sphinx depict an Egyptian king? I have been interested in the the ancient civilizations for some time and it has always been my belief that the age of these structures is not what they say it is. ok i was gonna post a pic of his face so we can see it then i found this article Although the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx are "officially" dated as Fourth Dynasty (2575 - 2150 bce) there is evidence to suggest they may actually be 10,000 years older. Geology, The pattern of erosion on the Sphinx indicates that it was carved at the end of the last Ice Age, when heavy rains fell on the eastern Sahara -- perhaps more than 12,000 years ago. Many believe the answers are somewhere between 2520-2494 BCE, during the reign of Khafra (Chephren). Geology tells us there has been virtually no heavy rainfalls on Giza for more than 5,000 years; the last period of heavy rains being centered around 10,000 years ago - following ending of Ice Age, possibly linked to a comet/meteorite impact.