Egypt invited Elon Musk to see the Great Pyramids of Giza for himself after he claimed they were built by aliens

One of Egypt's top government officials has invited Elon Musk to see the Great Pyramids of Giza for himself after the Tesla CEO claimed that the historical landmark was built by aliens.
On Friday, Musk tweeted: "Aliens built the pyramids obv." His tweet got more than 500,000 likes. 
This prompted Egypt's Minister of International Co-operation, Rania al-Mashat, to personally invite the Tesla CEO to the country to see the pyramids for himself and learn about their history.
On Saturday, Al-Mashat tweeted: "I follow your work with a lot of admiration. I invite you & Space X to explore the writings about how the pyramids were built and also to check out the tombs of the pyramid builders."
"Mr. Musk, we are waiting for you," she added.
The Tesla Chief did later catch up his tweet with another connect to a BBC article which itemized the lives of the antiquated pyramid developers, saying: "This BBC article gives a reasonable rundown to how it was done," he composed. 

In any case, his tweet incited more than one open figure to stand up in Egypt. 

Egyptian paleologist, Zahi Hawass, who was answerable for finding the burial places of the pyramid manufacturers at Giza, said Musk's contention was a "finished fantasy," as indicated by the BBC. 

"I found the burial places of the pyramid manufacturers that tell everybody that the developers of the pyramids are Egyptians and they were not slaves," Hawass was refered to stating in EgyptToday. 

The Incomparable Pyramid of Giza is one of the most established of the Seven Marvels of the Antiquated World. Remaining at more than 450ft (137m) tall, it despite everything remains to a great extent flawless. 

The possibility that outsiders manufactured the pyramids is a piece of the unwarranted "antiquated space explorers hypothesis" which claims insightful extraterrestrial creatures visited Earth in ancient occasions and assembled celebrated verifiable tourist spots.

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