As desert, a circle/sphere within the pyramid that touches the sides and the base has a radius of 2207.0028..." or 2199.11485..." (I forget which at the moment)
You will notice 22 / 7.0028... = pi and 21.99... / 7 = pi
In your diagram, having a circumference of 6 2/7 means your circle is bulging a little.
With your second image and circle with circumscribing square, I had better luck with the entrance glyph...you might remember that from 3 years ago...sure, no-one wanted to play with it as it started out as 'a little bit of math' where you responded first. You had this to say at the end:
"Nice work, rather than my planting any more seeds or telling you, it would seem you are very close and will get there on your own.
You have unknowingly duplicated and verified some of my own research coming from a different direction. Producing the same results and arriving at the same conclusions from different perspectives is always advantageous."
You said that after sticking to your guns about the same stuff to do with eighths and ninths as you have above. I know...I'm just working from the pyramid itself and you're working from simple geometry problems that bulge out a bit...let me repeat that: I am working from the pyramid itself and you are working from simple geometry problems that bulge out a bit. And let me stress, I can't 'unknowingly duplicate your work' when I am being original, now can I?
As for time, a perfect day is the rotation of Earth where it faces a particular star instead of the Sun. Decans split up the length of the day and the year and a greater length of time, showing a perfect year and a perfect Precession period. Again, folk from all over went to Egypt too learn about math and astronomy, and it took years to ingratiate themselves upon certain high priests in order to be taught the very special things that weren't meant for normal minds. You offer simple papyri because that is all that exists these days...you forget all about the twice-destroyed Library of Alexandria, not to mention all kinds of things that were kept secreted away in certain temples and not all temples. Don't forget now, Solon spread the tale of Atlantis, given to him by a Sais priest...where does the tale of Atlantis exist in any papyri that we have? And why not?
I will probably keep replicating your work without even knowing what you are working on, and I will keep defining pi while you keep getting 3 1/7...and I'll keep doing it not just in the pyramid but in various things connected directly to the pyramid, while you'll keep offering up geometric designs as being representative of what the Egyptians did and have no evidence of what they did except for a simple papyri. I don't know, man...a papyri or a pyramid? Which is more solid...it doesn't matter whether you can't accept it when it is right there. You can't point to a pyramid and say it doesn't exist because you can't accept it. You have to accept it and then you might re-evaluate your own work instead of doing as much as you can to show that They weren't as good as They were.
'They' planned and built the pyramid. 'Your' plan bulges the construction. 'You' can't tell me that what I am looking at is bigger than what it is...I'll tell you to go stand on the edge of a block you believe exists and watch you fall down, and you just plain won't except you fell...you'll say 'I' moved something lol. Yeah...little ol' me moved the pyramid out of place...that takes some great magic, that does.
(just in case...the tone of voice in all that was like we were at the pub having a chat over a couple of beers, and while there was some sarcasm in there now and then, it was done with humour and not a belittling tone. I hope that is how it came across. Cheers)