I did buy a copy of your book as promised. I have it with me now.
One point that is important. Many years ago i visited Egypt with my wife and two young sons and we visited as many sites as possible and went into the kings chamber and to cairo museum. It was before i got involved in this metrology investigation.
It was very clear to me when i looked at the machining used to create the granite statues that i was looking at the work of a civilistaion much higher than the one i am living in. Some looked like they had been made yesterday.the message is clear, don't believe the media - go see for yourself.
You make the point that the design is multi-generational based on one overarching plan and for a project on this scale this is a simple fact, i don't think debate is necessary.
I believe that one aspect of the design is that the Giza Great Pyramid enshrines the mathematics of the eclipse where the eclipse unit is 44/3.
44/3 x 449 is the saros cycle exactly 19756/3 days.The system of measure is the Indus valley (Modern imperial system) circa well before 4000 BCE.
What I would suggest based on the work of the metrologist Berriman is that if you use the metre to make your analysis than do not use the modern French meter but use his metre of 39.375 imperial inches and also his royal cubit of 20.625 inches rather than Petrie's 20.62.
20.625 / 39.375 = 0.523809524 x 6 = 22/7 and x 7 = 3.666r x 4 = 14.666r ( or x 28 = 14.666r)
Berriman is the only metrologist who has correctly identified that the link between the Royal cubit and the ancient metre is exact in the 22/7 ratio being 6 units and 3.666r being 7 units. This is fundamental to understanding the GP design.
There is a duality to the design in that Vyse base of 36666.666r inches also represents 7000 units.
there is absolutely nothing pseudo- scientific about this
One degree is represented by 18.6666r units x 3 = 55 x 120 = 6600 units -14.666r = 6585.3333r per Fred Espanek.
thanks for writing your book.