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DlaurentPA Wrote:

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> Use the Metric system, not feet, for accurate

> findings. The ancients knew the metric system

> (10,000km North Pole to Equator) and the cubit is

> based on PI/PHI and Metric system - this is

> obvious if you dig deep enough.

>

> Also, the ancients were aware of 4 dimensions -

> not 3 - The 4th being time. It's riddled all over

> Giza.

I agree the ancients were aware of the metric system, but why do you think one can get more accurate measurements using metric instead of imperial?

As you say, Giza is replete with evidence of an awareness of time as a 4th dimension. IMO this makes the imperial system a better match for taking Giza measurements, because of the inclusion of time in the derivation of the imperial foot:

(Equatorial Circumference of Earth)

divided by

(360 degrees of a circle)x1000

divided by

(Number of Days in the Mean Tropical Year)

equals

1 imperial foot, to 99.94% accuracy

To me, this means the imperial foot is based on circles or cycles in 4 dimensions, with earth itself as the baseline. This is precisely the kind of metrology the builders would have used, IMO.

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> Use the Metric system, not feet, for accurate

> findings. The ancients knew the metric system

> (10,000km North Pole to Equator) and the cubit is

> based on PI/PHI and Metric system - this is

> obvious if you dig deep enough.

>

> Also, the ancients were aware of 4 dimensions -

> not 3 - The 4th being time. It's riddled all over

> Giza.

I agree the ancients were aware of the metric system, but why do you think one can get more accurate measurements using metric instead of imperial?

As you say, Giza is replete with evidence of an awareness of time as a 4th dimension. IMO this makes the imperial system a better match for taking Giza measurements, because of the inclusion of time in the derivation of the imperial foot:

(Equatorial Circumference of Earth)

divided by

(360 degrees of a circle)x1000

divided by

(Number of Days in the Mean Tropical Year)

equals

1 imperial foot, to 99.94% accuracy

To me, this means the imperial foot is based on circles or cycles in 4 dimensions, with earth itself as the baseline. This is precisely the kind of metrology the builders would have used, IMO.

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