' There is a popular belief that they used pi to make the slope. More correctly stated, this conception holds that the ratio of the height of the pyramid to its base perimeter is as the radius of a circle to its circumference.the shape of the Great Pyramid did not involve pi.
very confusing stuff, so the people holding the popular belief are wrong, what about 1760 cubits and 280 cubits?
What is the distance in imperial feet from the centre of G2 to the back of the sphinx ( the red radius? Dune can you help please?is it divisible by 7?) I don't see 22/7 in your analysis. Where do the rising and setting dates come from? The points on the circumference indicate a very high level of preplanning in the design.
just to note 23420 - 10460 = 12960 a Babylonian number associated with time and base 60 and Plimpton.
A very intriguing diagram.
If the diameter can be resolved to 14 the area of the circle will be 49 Egyptian 'pi' units of 256/81, so 28 will give 98 and the 22/7 adjustment already posted on this thread is 22/7 x 9800/9801.
Dune's theory has worked out that 97 at the GP is represented by 36278 inches at the base so 98 gives 36652 inches / 100 to use the canon to convert to solar days. 366.52 x 360 x 1000 = 131947200 / 5280 = 24490 the circumference using Michell.
22/7 x 24990/25000 = 3.1416 as identified by Dune within the G2 design. A base 100 version of Pi.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 10-Jan-19 14:23 by DavidK.