you said'And no sooner do I post that curious cubic item than another calculation shows up using the same 4374/4375 ratio. In this case, 40/3 = 13.333r cubed = 2370.37037r, x Wheat grain cu/in. 196.875 = 466666,666r grs. / 5760 Tr/Lb. = 81.0185185r, x 4374/4375 = 81 Tr/Lbs. Hmm! '
All these numbers are in the GP base perimeter.
2370.37037 13.333r cubed
2346.666667 above /100 x 99
7040 above x 3
3520 above / 2
1760 above / 2 GP base
1760 / 12 = 146.666r /22 x 7 = 46.666r difference 100
they used x/(x+1)
This is the HSMF (Harris and Stockdale megalithic foot) a real unit of ancient measure
66/56 x 16499/16500 ( the analysis uses the ancient rod)
= 1.1785 imperial feet = 14.142 inches or 10 x root 2 approximated.
Pi used with this unit is 22/7 x 16499x16500 = 3.142666667 this is 10/9 x 2.8284 or 2 HSMF's.
If you see a repeating decimal like 1.010101010101 use 100/99
and like 1.111111 use 10/9 to translate them to whole numbers base 10.
3.66666r /10 x 9 = 3.3 and this is the canon.
2.5252525252525 x99/100 = 2.5 this translates the imperial system to the metric system.
13.3333333r x 10 / 9 = 12
99 x100/99 = 1 the sacred system
10/9 x 100/99 = 1.12233445566778899
this is all about the bases in the two fractions.
this is how the system seems to be set up around the 50 to 70 marks
if you look at 66 and 68 in the chart the relationship between the imperial base 66 and Thom base 68 is very clear. The work of other metrologists ( and archaos) is highlighted eg Sivertsen is linked to 1056 as this is 5280 x 2 the reason possibly is 5280/360 = 14.666r and 10560 / 360 = 29.666r the lunar month smoothed to whole numbers as 29.333 x 3 = 88.Sivertsen has a big following on academia but does not recognise Thom's megalithic yard as most metrologists do not, this could be construed as a mistake but does not affect the findings if limited to the particular base.
extract from above
'In his book Genes, Giants, Monsters and Men, Joseph P. Farrell states, "If Thom is right, the development of human history will have to be rewritten." This Farrell surmises is why Thom encounters such opposition from certain groups.[12'
I would suggest based on the evidence in my books and the fact that the relationship between Thom and the imperial is so easily expressed our archaos have got things hideously and most embarrasingly wrong, I have absolutely no sympathy for them whatsoever, ignore the evidence confirmed by the Brish Society of Statisticians at your peril.Ha Ha. ROTN.
Edited 9 time(s). Last edit at 08-Jan-18 09:24 by DavidK.