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Pyramid research has been carried out in the former Soviet Union for more than a decade.   This research was done in more than 20 large pyramids that were built in 8 different locations in Russia and the Ukraine.  The regions in which these pyramids were built include the outskirts of Moscow, Astrakhan, Sochi, Zoporozhye, Voronezh, Belgorod, Tver Region, Krasnodar, Tolyatti, Bashkiria (Uzbekistan), and Nice, France.  These pyramids are made of fiberglass and the largest is about 144 feet high (44 meters),  weights over 55 tons, and cost over 1 million dollars to build.  Many different experiments were done using these pyramids that include studies in medicine, ecology, agriculture, physics, and other areas.  What is significant about this work is that it has been carried out by top scientists in Russia and Ukraine and scientifically documents the changes that occur in these pyramids.

These pyramids were built by Alexander Golod.   He is a Scientist and Director of a Defense Enterprise in Moscow.  He has constructed these pyramids since 1990.   He says that he built these pyramids because “he believes they will benefit mankind and make the world a better place.”  He was the one responsible for convincing the Russian government in 1998 to take crystalline substances that had been placed in one of his big pyramids on board the MIR space station.  These substances remained on the MIR space station for over a year.  In October, crystalline substances from the Pyramid were also placed on the International Space Station for 10 days. This was for the benefit of the space station and the entire world.