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Hi Geoff

I don't know how the ancients could have known the size of the earth. Quote ' then 103.68 inches..... coincidence' but what I do know is the number 103.68 is unique in that it is unlikely to be repeated at Giza.

I have published the fact that a line drawn around the earth at the latitude of Giza, I cant say what exact spot at Giza it passes over but a line of longitude (and anyone can check this) has exactly 60 miles to a degree and if one proceeds either east or west the returns to the same spot the next day then you will have travelled 21,600 miles a number most would recognise 21600 miles has 103,680.000 northern feet (13.2 inches).

Some consideration perhaps as to the coincidence 103.68 should be given.

Jim

ps I would like to discuss your findings on Stanton Drew and Brodgar. Same measure one in Saxon feet 13.2 and one in imperial 12 inches same number in both or very close to same number. 338.4 imperial and 338.4 Saxon (372,24 imperial at Stanton drew).



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Giza: G2 and Pi? 736 gjb 03-Jan-19 23:33
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 160 molder 04-Jan-19 03:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 178 gjb 04-Jan-19 04:05
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 155 molder 04-Jan-19 04:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 135 DavidK 04-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 147 engbren 04-Jan-19 09:53
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 146 Sirfiroth 04-Jan-19 16:58
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 134 DavidK 05-Jan-19 14:54
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 164 gjb 04-Jan-19 16:51
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 154 DavidK 04-Jan-19 18:10
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 139 molder 04-Jan-19 22:55
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 168 gjb 05-Jan-19 01:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 146 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 02:19
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 187 gjb 05-Jan-19 13:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 156 Sirfiroth 05-Jan-19 16:42
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 137 molder 05-Jan-19 22:38
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 144 engbren 05-Jan-19 23:14
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 154 gjb 06-Jan-19 01:09
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 148 engbren 06-Jan-19 03:30
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? G3 151 DUNE 05-Jan-19 23:36
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 178 gjb 06-Jan-19 08:32
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 150 DavidK 06-Jan-19 09:24
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 165 DUNE 06-Jan-19 12:20
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 172 cloister 06-Jan-19 13:21
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 169 DUNE 06-Jan-19 13:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 143 Gary Osborn 07-Jan-19 04:40
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 144 DUNE 07-Jan-19 10:28
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 177 gjb 06-Jan-19 22:56
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 137 DavidK 07-Jan-19 21:00
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 150 DUNE 07-Jan-19 21:31
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 202 DUNE 09-Jan-19 21:50
The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 143 DavidK 07-Jan-19 23:11
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 147 DavidK 08-Jan-19 09:45
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 150 molder 08-Jan-19 10:15
Re: The variable metre x 100 x 33333.333r feet = earth circumference 150 DavidK 09-Jan-19 09:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 149 molder 07-Jan-19 11:18
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 183 gjb 07-Jan-19 13:23
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 155 DUNE 07-Jan-19 16:49
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 137 DavidK 08-Jan-19 14:12
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? Found it in coffer length. 153 molder 08-Jan-19 10:43
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 185 engbren 09-Jan-19 04:26
Re: Giza: G2 and Pi? 150 DavidK 09-Jan-19 09:10


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