I'm trying to stay on track with this topic's heading as much as possible, but as always, these discussions seem to turn into the typical case of the bling men describing the elephant. :) Not that what everyone cites isn't correct in their own perspective, it just doesn't add up to the entire picture either. I started out with a basic observation that the Speed of Light could be calculated in Fundamental AE RC units of 144/7 ratio to the Imp.Ft. = 573,750,000 units. And then reduced this large value down to a Radian unit of 57.375 significant digits. Which I then used as a fraction of the half arc circle of 180*, to obtain the decimal value .31875, which I instinctively realized was a decimal Ft. value when converted by the Old Meter of 39.375 ins. = 12.55078125 ins. Which I soon realized was a 1/4 scalar ratio of In./Mi. of the Equatorial diameter of the Earth Circ. as per the model I have been postulating for many years now, when using the seked Pi value 22/7 to obtain this circumference of 24,902.34375 Mi.
That in turn got me thinking back on all I had learned about the Giza Grid pattern that had been discussed many times before, which led me to redo those calculations once more in unspecified, and then specific units of AE RC's, most notably the 20.625 in. variety, knowing that this Equatorial Circ. of the Earth could be calculated into those units very nicely as 76,500,000 units. At first I did this calculation of the area of the Grid in unspecified AE RC units of the rectangular 1732.5 units x 1417.5 units = 2455818.75 area units, which after being corrected by Jacob to square the divisional factor as 99^2, I obtained another Earth Radius value as 250.5681818 sq. cubits per section area. Which also indicated an In./Mi ratio of the Polar Meridian Circ. of the model I have been looking at for years now.
The thing to keep in mind in this calculation, is that although I recognized this as a scalar factor in Imp. Metric units, it is still an unspecific area unit of undefined cubit values. This is very interesting to me now. This unspecific area unit is 1575 / 22/7 seked Pi diameter / 2 Radius units once more. It is only when I specify an AE RC value to this area unit, that it's other properties are invoked. When I specify the RC unit of 20.625 ins. to this perimeter area, its relationship to the Old Meter value of 39.375 ins., produces a perimeter of 3300 OM's. Or I could reduce this AE RC by 3/4ths, and the perimeter would be 4400 units of 29.53125 in. Lunar Month sections. Which is the inverse way of saying this figure is 3/4ths the OM unit. So when I go back to my Equatorial Circ. Ft.of 12.55078125 ins., that was stated to be a 1/4 Diameter value x 4, then divide that by 17, I get 2.953125, or a decimal fraction of that same Lunar Month cycle perimeter length. Which fractional LM unit can then be multiplied by 12 to obtain a LY of 35.4375 in fractional days. Which can also be stated as 9/10th of the Old Meter value 39.375 ins.
But what else can be stated by this methodology of calculating dimensions of the Earth via fractional units of the Lunar Month cycle? Just something to reflect on for now,,,,,
Best New Year regards,