Many thanks for for those supportive words.
Im only back till the weather improves so i can get back to hitting more golf balls into the trees .
But in the mean time i found another interesting coincidental sum using the inch unit, as for whether they used it or not, then i have to admit that so far no evidence has been found to substantiate its use , all i can say is that only by using the inch in the fashion i do will give up all those Earth related commensurate numbers.
Anyway here's another diagram showing how when multiplying height with base and then dividing it by Earths orbital period , and then dividing it by the mile number in feet will give you the correct figures for Earths Meridional circumference .
If G2 was designed with the 3-4-5 ratio in mind then G2's mean base should have been 8482.32" based on a height of 5654.88", Petries mean base of some 8475" based on the 3-4-5 ratio would result in a height of 5650" slightly outside his suggested + - 13" leeway from his 5664" figure, and if you go to Petries top end then G2's height becomes 5677", and on the 3-4-5 ratio its base would be 8515.5".
So the question is were they going for the 3-4-5 , if yes then the 24859.73 finding does not exist.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 17-Apr-17 19:48 by DUNE.