The problem with archeology is that it works based on estimations. Whenever something is uncovered the people in charge do not know when, where, or even how that was made possible.
Nobody knows anything until they’ve done enough research. But that’s not all, after some more time passes they question if it makes sense according to their own beliefs, and if something doesn’t match up with that then they discard it effectively.
This is the issue of the Giza plateau, a newfound discovery that is clear proof of ancient advanced technology. Scientists try to avoid answering questions regarding it because they don’t have any answers yet, which is because they don’t like the actual answers.
You have construction marks that showcase advanced disk-cutting machinery, precision-based cuts all around which never could have been achieved through the use of human hands.
The actual builders that worked on the Giza plateau are also unknown, and despite how absolutely massive it is we can’t discern the carvings on it because of how corroded it is by now.
Only time will tell whether or not we’ll ever uncover the secrets behind Giza’s basalt floor, but what we do know for now is that this is by far one of the strangest discoveries archeologists have ever uncovered.