'Another neat imperial number ratio can be found between G1 and G3 if you like me agrees with Petrie that G3's mean base is around 4155.5".
So what's there ?, G3's mean base side 4155.5 / 9069.5 x 1100 = 504.00 '
There are people whose work cannot be bettered and so reliance can be placed on it because trying to replicate it is a waste of time. However Cole's work gives a green light to Petrie and so does Dash.
Thom and Petrie are in this category so it is better to draw conclusions against their work rather than anyone else's this is why Jacob tinkering with Petrie's south base side at G1 is understandable because he makes a good point but he loses the overall message in the total analysis.
If 4155.55 is Petrie's agreed figure at G3 then that is reliable evidence to be used for extrapolation.
It can be used with the canon of ancient measure formula being solar days x 360 x 1000 = imperial feet / 5280 = imperial miles.
This is the result.
4155.55 x 4 = 16622 / 100 = 166.22 Solar days.
166.22 x 360 x 1000 = 59839200 / 5280 = 11333.18182 then x 3 = 33999.54545
and it becomes very obvious that the intended design is
166.22222r x 360 x 1000 = 59840000 / 5280 = 11333.33333 x 3 = 34000
and it becomes very obvious that this is Thom's system being used in the overall base measurements.
166.22222r / 1.1111r = 149.60
149.6 / 2 = 74.8 / 2 = 37.4 and x 100/99 = 37.777r and this is exactly the same numbers found in GP1 using exactly the same system and hidden till Dune unlocked 36278. The extra two inches makes a big difference.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09-Dec-18 09:55 by DavidK.