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Egypt invites Musk to see whether aliens built pyramids

WorldNews Tuesday, 4 August 2020
Egypt invites Musk to see whether aliens built pyramidsCairo: One of Egypt’s top government officials has invited multi-billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk to visit the country and see for himself that the great pyramids were not built by aliens. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk earlier tweeted: “Aliens built the pyramids obviously” which was retweeted more than 88,000 times. Aliens built the pyramids...
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News video: Egypt Invites Elon Musk to Discover the Truth About the Pyramids

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The tech tycoon recently said he thinks aliens built the Egyptian pyramids.

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