But of course there will be insistence that 11.666r is not the Egyptian foot.
Known Ancient Egyptian units of measurement.
One digit, = 1/28 cubit length
One Palm = 4 digits
One Shat Nedjes = 12 digits 3 palms
Half-Cubit = 14 digits 3 1/2 palms
One Djeser (Foot) = 16 digits 4 palms, 4/7 of one cubit
One Remen = 19 + 4/5 digits 4 + 19/20 palms (28 digits / 140/99 = 19 4/5 digits = 99/5)
One Short Cubit = 24 digits
One Royal Egyptian Cubit = 28 digits.
One Nebiu = 32 digits 8 palms
One Khet = 100 cubits
One Ater[ = 20,000 cubits
Given the Djeser is 16 digits and the cubit is 28 digits and 28/16 provides a 7/4 ratio between the cubit and the Djeser. Therefore the height of G1 at 280 cubits x 7/4 = 490 Djeser (aka Egyptian Feet). not 500, but 490 which is 7^2x10 of their feet.
Your problem is in your meaningless calculations you have omitted everything relating to Ancient Egyptian methods and substituted our current mathematical concepts, principles and elements. The rest of your post is just your usual nonsense.