Why the Name?


  • Innovation - The Nile Valley gave birth to one of the planet’s oldest and most scientifically prolific civilizations
  • Contrarian - The River Nile is the largest river in the world that flows north, contrary to most rivers that flow south
  • Sustainable Growth - The River Nile floods annually, curating the soil for vegetation, thereby providing subsistence for 8 countries along its banks
  • Collaboration - It is estimated that the number of workers involved in the construction of the Pyramids may have been as many as 100,000 people requiring tremendous logistical collaboration
  • Scale - The Great Pyramid in the Nile Valley consists of approximately 2.3 million stone blocks, most weighing between 2 and 30 tons, though some weigh more than 50 tons
  • Consistency - In spite of the tremendous heat outside, the temperature inside the Pyramids stays relatively constant at 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit), which happens to be the average annual temperature around the world
  • Alignment of Interest - The 3 Pyramids of Giza are precisely aligned to coincide with the 3 stars of the Orion Belt, the most conspicuous and recognizable constellation in the night sky
  • Precision - The northern face of the Great Pyramid was aligned, almost perfectly toward true north with the other faces correspondingly aligned with their south, east, and west directions