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The 3:2 height to half base granite angle leads us to the fine structure constant and the theoretic 274.072 rc. Now the Titan relation leads to 274.16 rc. This along with a possible 274.69 rc relation explains the planned base slope. But the designers wanted to encode more so the angle was decreased toward the top. Your 51.2 degrees value is exactly correct and I believe this is the minimal angle. But as you say your 261.5 rc value has not been confirmed while present estimates of today's height are around 260.5 rc. Also according to your values:

(4 m/2) x tan(51.2 d)= 4.75 rc

Thus 261.5 rc + 4.75 rc = 266.25 rc

I don't know where you get 266.7 rc from. Now if you are correct in the 4 meter truncated top then the original height might be:

260.5 rc + 4.75 rc = 265.25 rc

But the first value I gave was 265.14 rc. Now let's the notice the correct name for Greece in Ionic and non Ionic alphabets respectively:

ELLAS = EKsAS(sextant) = 266 (height)
HELLAS = 274 (max angle height)

We could also consider the possibility of a capstone whether it was ever put in place or not. In this case the original truncated top would have a height of 1/a = 137.03599911 ancient meters or 449.73 feet.

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Khafre's pyramid 2390 Cross 19-Jan-06 01:01
Re: Khafre's pyramid 431 Lee McGiffen 19-Jan-06 05:15
Not good enough 399 Cross 20-Jan-06 17:36
Re: Not good enough 416 Lee McGiffen 21-Jan-06 07:02
Re: Not good enough 466 quixote 21-Jan-06 07:06
Re: Not good enough 374 Lee McGiffen 21-Jan-06 11:45
Re: Not good enough 366 Cross 22-Jan-06 18:58
Re: Khafre's pyramid 430 Spiros 19-Jan-06 08:39
Are you sure? 401 Cross 20-Jan-06 17:39
Re: Are you sure? 446 Ahatmose 20-Jan-06 17:48
72 inches = 1.8288 meters 592 mmstud 21-Jan-06 15:14
Re: Are you sure? 335 Spiros 20-Jan-06 19:54
Re: Are you sure? 354 Cross 20-Jan-06 22:36
Re: Are you sure? 433 Spiros 21-Jan-06 07:50
Re: Are you sure? 417 Cross 21-Jan-06 21:36
Re: Are you sure? 373 Lee McGiffen 23-Jan-06 02:50
No Lee! 364 Cross 23-Jan-06 16:45
Re: No Lee! 487 Spiros 26-Jan-06 10:19
Re: No Lee! 367 Spiros 26-Jan-06 10:49
You saw it !!! 325 Cross 26-Jan-06 18:04
Re: You saw it !!! 349 Spiros 26-Jan-06 19:00
Re: You saw it !!! 345 Cross 28-Jan-06 04:22
pyramid with a twist 492 Spiros 19-Jan-06 15:33
Re: pyramid with a twist 382 Cross 20-Jan-06 17:37
Re: pyramid with a twist 589 SandyJesse 13-Apr-17 22:38
Re: pyramid with a twist 479 molder 15-Apr-17 12:14
Re: pyramid with a twist 444 Merrell 15-Apr-17 14:42
Re: pyramid with a twist 396 M. J. Thomas 15-Apr-17 16:32
Re: pyramid with a twist 391 molder 16-Apr-17 03:10
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 429 molder 16-Apr-17 03:33
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 461 DUNE 16-Apr-17 10:11
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 405 magisterchessmutt 16-Apr-17 11:03
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 399 molder 17-Apr-17 03:09
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 462 DUNE 17-Apr-17 13:53
Re: The second pyramid coffer 385 molder 17-Apr-17 22:35
Re: The second pyramid coffer 425 Dr. Troglodyte 17-Apr-17 23:24
Re: The second pyramid coffer 422 molder 18-Apr-17 21:23
Re: The second pyramid height 496 molder 20-Apr-17 22:22
Re: The second pyramid coffer 333 molder 18-Dec-17 21:45
Re: pyramid with a twist 510 SandyJesse 20-Apr-17 00:19
Re: pyramid with a twist 459 molder 16-Apr-17 02:49
Re: pyramid with a twist 474 SandyJesse 27-Apr-17 23:49
Re: pyramid with a twist 555 molder 28-Apr-17 03:35
Re: pyramid with a twist 594 SandyJesse 02-Jul-17 00:05


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