As I was telling drew, don't expect to find any significant assistance on this exploration in uncharted realms. LOL! I'm really not interested in the numerology noodling you employ, but if you find it significant, then Joy to the World for you. This topic is basically a continuation of an observation I made last year on my previous topic found here:
<But it's pretty obvious to me, by Musgrave's long winded and totally boring descriptive features of this principal, that he's just as muddle headed in his mathematics as it gets. So why did I divide the proton/electron mass value 1836 by the number 32? Because that is the inverse of the ancient Pi value 25/8 = 3.125, divided by 100. Such that I can now reapply this very ancient Pi value to the aforesaid Radian Light Speed Cubit value 57.375 x 25/8 = 179.296875 x 2 = 358.59375 degrees. But wait,, isn't it supposed to be 360*? Yes, but by the addendum ratio 256/255 = 360*. So where else does this curious ratio apply to the dimensions of the Earth? How about the model I've been describing for years now on this board, of 25,000 Mi. x 255/256 = 24,902.34375 Mi. Equatorial Diameter of the Earth.>
It should be easy to see how utilizing so called primitive formulations of Pi as I'm sure many would consider 25/8 to be, some very precise calculations can be conducted, when making addendum ratio adjustments as 256/255, in the Equatorial Circ. units. So instead of stepping/thinking outside the proverbial box, I am thinking the box inside out or inversely applying certain known values of Pi upside down in these Radian calculations.