> Ok guys.
> For some reason you all have some misguided fascination with
> the base of the walls that nobody would have known about if it
> wasn't for a hole in the floor.
Blame Petrie for that one.
> So one last time, any rooms height will be measured from the
> floor to the ceiling, whether or not the walls go past the
> floor or not, its the FLOOR to the Ceiling .
Measuring it your way has a meaning, it provides one data set of the many contained within in the Kings Chamber and measuring the other way provides a different data set.
> Next you be telling me it was built as a tomb lol
No, it was not built as a tomb, but not paying attention to the small details like Petrie pointed out and commented on, one might miss a lot of what the builders intended. If I might make a suggestion, look for the number 2592 as a carry over from G2 and not insignificant to the data within the Kings Chamber.
According to my research G2 would be the first designed pyramid at Giza followed by G3 then G1 and there is an interplay between the structures. An example is the length of the Grand Gallery is 2/9 the south side base length of G2 or the descending passageway of G2 doubled provides the angle of G1. There is an undeniable interplay between the pyramids architectural details which are quite common and noticeable when cubit subdivisions are used in measuring. An interplay of architectural details between and in all of the pyramids manifest when seked, cubits along with the dimensions spell out the geometry of the structures.