A right triangle whose legs are one to two has a base of square root of five. This is geometry Jim. It existed before the pyramid. So did e-1 and square root of five.
1.718 ft/rc x 30/33 Ind/Imp x (2.236+2+2) = ?
You are looking at all these relationships in a one-sided way making one-sided conclusions when all this could just be incidental to the geometry at play. No knowledge of π is proven by your rectangle and and Indus foot conversion. This is the same systemic oversight you commit in all of your theorems.
I am pointing out the obvious and Jacob did so long before me.
Look at the long angle (ie next to shorter leg) in such a triangle...what is the Inv Tangent of 1/2 ?
Does that angle ring a bell?