Thanks for that link. Did I overlook the testimony of someone who actually visited the site and says it's a hoax? Sure, it appears that Osmanagic has some crazy ideas. But is the only evidence that he didn't actually stumble onto something:
1. An expert who says that it's impossible that the people of 12,000 years ago could have constructed a pyramid?
2. That Osmanagic has some nutty theories?
Is it possible that the pyramid exists, but was constructed more recently? I'm not asserting that Osmanagic is even partially correct and that the professionals are wrong. I'm just saying that I'd rather believe the words of professionals who actually visit the site.