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Stephen

thanks, your SOL calculations led me to look for n/(n-1) links between our findings an Manu supplied the background as the links between the cubit the metre and the foot totalling 72 with the foot constant at 12 the metre plus the cubit are two variables totalling 60.

So the ancient metre you use as 39.375 gives a variable cubit of 20.625 imperial inches x 17.60 or 17600/100 gives 363 solar days at the GP.

The length of the foot then becomes relevant in calculation the earth circumference using the canon and produces 363 x 360 x 1000 = 130680000 / 5280 = 24750 miles against the standardised circumference of 25000 miles exactly 100/99 of it as m/(n-1).

I passed Manu the calculations linking SH to the GP. He said he would get back but as yet have heard nothing from him.

100/99 is included in the calculations.

561 is important as it is base 17 (Thom) as 33 imperial x 17 (Thom) so 1/5 of it is 17 x 11 = 187

89760 / 487 = 480.

This is the evidence that the two bases are deliberately designed into the circumference to produce base 12 x 4.

363 x 100/99* 366.666r x 360 x 1000 = 25000 miles.

I have the GP design as the cubit interpreted using the 'Roman foot' of 12.5 inches incorporating the sekhed to produce the height.

366.66r x 12/12.5 = 352 / 24 = 14.666r x 25 = 36.666r.

100 inches represents one solar day at the GP with a probablity amounting to a certainty.

36300 / 1760 = 20.625 imperial inches plus the ancient metre = 60 inches, plus the foot = 72 plus the lunar representation 28 = 100 inches.

28/12 = 2.333r feet as a radius produces 14.666r circumference.

cheers

Dave


The megalithic metre is 39.60 inches used at SH

39.6 - 39.375 = 0.225 inches

39.6 / 0.225 is 176 and the ancient metre is 175 as Michell discovered within the canon.

We are both using Michell's system.

Thom plus Michell = the GP and SH and the Eclipse.

The foot does not have to be a constant in the equation or the moon unit.

I am not convinced thar the Egyptians knew the SOL but certainly the ancient metre. However I do agree your calculations and now it appears the latitude of the GP gives the SOL apparently!! I have not checked this.

i do know the eclipse year gives the modern equatorial circumference using the canon as 365.222r days. This is another head scratching finding.

As for pi manipulation, there is little doubt the ancients manipulated 22/7 to get to more accurate values of Pi. One caveat is that the numbers must be able to be expressed in Egyptian fractions.

22/7 x 9996/10000 = 31416/10000 or 3.1416 x 3.5 = 8.976 divided ibto 897.6 = 100 at SH.



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Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 775 DavidK 10-Jun-18 09:11
The n/(n-1) ancient systems 116 DavidK 11-Jun-18 06:24
the ancients are laughing at us 137 DavidK 11-Jun-18 06:57
Stonehenge using 561/560 131 DavidK 12-Jun-18 06:25
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 136 magisterchessmutt 16-Jun-18 06:26
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 114 DavidK 17-Jun-18 06:27
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 140 Manu 17-Jun-18 17:04
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 115 DavidK 18-Jun-18 12:34
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 107 rodz111 18-Jun-18 19:02
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 101 Manu 18-Jun-18 19:56
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 108 DavidK 18-Jun-18 22:13
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 113 Manu 19-Jun-18 03:19
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 111 DavidK 19-Jun-18 05:38
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 94 Manu 19-Jun-18 07:04
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 102 DavidK 19-Jun-18 10:42
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 130 Manu 19-Jun-18 18:11
Re: Stonehenge using 561/560 190 DavidK 20-Jun-18 19:12
Understanding “n/n-1” 123 Dr. Troglodyte 11-Jun-18 16:50
Re: Understanding “n/n-1” 129 DavidK 11-Jun-18 18:35
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 273 rodz111 12-Jun-18 19:48
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 111 DavidK 13-Jun-18 07:08
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 117 DavidK 13-Jun-18 07:30
GP perimeter using n/(n-1) 125 DavidK 13-Jun-18 13:38
The sekhed using n/(n-1) 143 DavidK 13-Jun-18 09:14
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 129 Sirfiroth 19-Jun-18 00:17
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 105 DavidK 19-Jun-18 20:17
Re: Understanding Michell's Canon and Thom using n/(n-1) 109 Sirfiroth 20-Jun-18 03:12


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