Scientists PREVENT Excavation of World's Oldest Pyramid 25,000 Years Old

The 25000-year-old Gunung Padang Pyramid is located in Indonesia. Since its first exploration by archaeologists in 1914 the site was thought to be a natural hill with 2500 year-old megalithic structures on top of it. But infant in 2010 geologist Dr Danny Hilman Natawidjaja recognized this “hill” as a possible man-made pyramid and began to explore it using ground penetrating radar, seismic tomography, and other remote sensing techniques, as well as some direct excavations and deep core drilling.A radar analysis showed that there's a hidden chamber inside. The investigation of the pyramid is now prevented by 34 scientists. Why? What's in the chamber?

As of recent news, Its published that, "Dr Natawidjaja fought back, doing some high-level lobbying of his own, taking the matter to the President of Indonesia himself. There were further delays to do with elections in Indonesia but just a couple of months ago, in mid-August 2014, the final obstacles were lifted and Dr Natawidjaja and his team moved back onto the Gunung Padang site with full approval to go ahead with their work, including permission to excavate the concealed chambers."