we can all be right even though our systems and units appear to be different because they used a graduated scale of measurement possibly or probably.
The classic example is that Thom's system 5440 units is hidden in the imperial system by using a unit of 12 inches x 33/34 giving 5440 units in a mile so the case for the MY is somewhat proven. The length of the units decide the outcomes.
i suggested that the canon is scaled to 366.6666r solar days x 360 x 1000 = 132000000 feet 25000 miles. Immediately it must be noted the unit discovered in my first book is 3.6666 feet and i really had no idea that this was in barleycorns it was just an obviously misunderstood use of the imperial system that needed further investigation. It aligns with the canon perfectly. 3.666r x 4 = 14.666r.
The equatorial circumference was possibly standardised at 24900 miles and this produces an eclipse system. The 100 miles is the key and contains all the expected measuremets of the eclipse system, 100 being a sacred unit of measure and one of the base units in eclipse prediction.
So what does 24900 miles represent in solar days?
24900 x 5280 = 131472000 /360/1000 = 365.2 solar days.
Top of the scale is 366.666r days - 365.2 days = 1.4666r days the eclipse unit.
Michell's incredibly powerful system turns geographical length in imperial feet into solar days to an astounding level of precision and also facilitates the prediction of the eclipse.
All roads lead to 13200 x 100/99 = 13333.333 (the hidden system)as one of the base units of the system, from the Rollrights to Stonehenge and on to Giza.
Thanks for writing your paper Jim. Possibly the most important document in 21st century metrology.
( as accepted by the European Association of Archaeologists ( scientific branch)
It seems with almost a probability amounting to a certainty that the UK landscape in ancient times was laid out using sacred units of measure.
The acre 43560 square feet x 100/99 the hidden systen becomes 44000 square units and this /3 = 14666.666r sacred eclipse units. Every field in what is possibly the most beautiful lanscape in the whole world, is laid out in sacred dimensions.
More to come on the polar circumference.
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