I think we would all agree that G1 is showing a level of sophistication in its internal structure far above any other pyramid built in Egypt, and because of that unrivaled complexity we should look deeper into its very measurements , because there in lies part of the reason for its purpose, and for me that purpose is encoding information ,so on the subject of whether G1 was specifically built to show the Pi ratio i am going to suggest that it could have been a by product of them encoding Earth,s mean circumference from the diagonal measure in inches and then reading it in feet.
Then to further fix this specific information about Earths mean circumference , they encoded the very unit of measurement into the slope and ridge length that when multiplied together reveals the mile numbers .
As a slope of 7342" x ridge of 8629.802 = 63360006.284 , and of course we know the mile in inches = 63360 , interestingly , or at least i think so, is that 6.284 over-run , is that the 6.284 / 2 = 3.142.
So to have the ridges and slope lengths at those measurements built into the pyramid from a mean base of 9069.6" they would have made sure the height was 5773.5 inches, this height could also be seen as being very significant in that multiplied by 3 it gives the numbers for the square root of 3 which is 1.73205 / 3 = 0.57735 x 10000 = 5773.5
So was the Pi to base ratio their first consideration from the outset, as 9069.6 / 5773.5 x 2 = 3.1418, if it wasn't then i would be very surprised if they did not know that that would be the result, given the level of mathematical geometric gymnastic they had already gone through to construct that building.
I think the designer must have either been from the future, or was the Einstein of their day,so why encode a unit of measure into a structure that was not of their time, Oh i forgot, the designer was from the future, was it me ? .
Post Edited (15-Jun-15 21:25)
G1 x G2 x G3 / 12 / 5280 / 1.73205085 = 186,282,397
G1's slope at 7342.001" x its Ridge at 8629.8" = 63360000 inches or 5280000 ft or 1000 miles