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4 months ago
PhiPIandI
The most recent thread to CUBIT theory was closed, as I discovered trying to reply to it, so here is a recent cubit related number discovery using the GIZA plateau layout using the spaces between the 3 larges pyramids: The 1.718 cubit simply calculated with using the north-south gap measurements between the 3 pyramids: 429.5 divided by 250 =1.718 Also the number of days in a year using th
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
Hi Dr. Trogolodyte and engbren. Appreciate both of your comments, and I'm learning as I go. I have no sound historical research basis for 51.8272... degrees other than it is the only degree where arcsine - arccosine, and arctan are exactly equal, and that seems to coincidental to disregard. Sic, height and base also has exact PHI and PHI SQUARE relationships. The image below represents
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
Another interesting connection between the first two calculated square roots, being 69.96108072 and 88.99186938: First: The square root of 4,894.553 =69.96 60/9/.9/.06 = 123.4567901 Second verse, same as the first! Second: The square root of 7,919.553 = 88.99 80 / 9 / .9 / .09 = 123.4567901 Also, 88.99 (being the square root of 7,920): 80 X 8 X .9 X .09 = 51.84 Are the two first
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
Apologies for the delayed response Engbren, no I am not arguing for the knowledge of i, , sq rt of -1 etc. I just try to find simplistic approaches to measurements. 3,025 , 55, PHI etc...
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
For a while now, I have been trying to find more definitive data to theorize a comprehensive understanding of the GIZA Great Pyramid cubit dimensions, while sticking to my "55" theory, being the square root of 3,025. After running many calculations in a spreadsheet, I've uncovered an amazing connection that identifies the G.P. Slant length, G.P. height and the G.P. 1/ 2 base length,
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
Very interesting gjb. The grid size: 1,100 into 1,400 is 1.272727...Earth:Moon Your 20.56" cubit is particularly interesting, and an expanded measurement of 20.56315191" has caught my attention lately. I came up with 20.56315191" when looking for some numerical significance for the dimensions of the ark of the covenant. (1.5 by 1.5 by 2.5) cubits. When multiplying 20.56315
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
If true, this could put to rest the notion of the GP or other pyramid(s) being the "burial tomb(s)".
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
Interesting... and 5,280,000,000 (your number of 52,800,000 X 10) is the volume of the moon in imperial cubic miles when 2,160.454.. is used for the diameter, but that would change your moon circumference from 6,782.46 to 6,787.26..
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1 year ago
PhiPIandI
Has anyone ever considered that the Nineveh Constant could possibly be a reference to planet Saturn, since the Babylonians, Mesopotamias worshiped a Saturn god? The N.C. number in it's entirety is extremely close to the volume (in imperial cubic miles) of the planet Saturn. There are also strong connections to "756" and "880" Earth and Venus, when their volumes are div
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Hi AJ-- 33 is also the difference between 51 and 84 (whole numbers) - - 51.84 being 1/100th. Now: 50 X 1 X .8 X .04 = 1.6 33 / 1.6 = 20.625 (inches per cubit) 33 X 1.6 = 52.8 (decimal equivalent of 1-imperial mile) 1/100th Once again AJ, nice catch on the 33 connection with PI and PHI. I didn't realize 33's connection with to the cubit and mile until your post. 20.625" OR 1.7
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Nice observation on the 33, AJFriman . Agree, the answers will come in time and the 33 connection will reveal itself. I just reviewed the first 1,000 numbers of Euler's number, unfortunately 33 was not the first matching double-digit, BUT, the 31st and 32nd digits (right of decimal) are: e = 2.71828 18284 59045 23536 02874 71352 66 ..... 66 has to be the next best thing, eh? Matt H
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
A couple of 6/5ths coincidences I happened across while running numbers: 1.2 X 1.2 X 1.2 X 1.2 X 1.2 = 2.48832 (decimal equivalent of Earth circumference of 24.883.2....imperial miles) Same as (6/5)^5 . . . And this one relating to the Moon: (diameter / 1/12th fraction) 2,160 / 0.0833333 = 25,920. Same result with 2,160 X 12 I enjoy observing the varying positions and responses regar
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Was working on this over the weekend. Could an ancient civilization or culture have considered this theory for design of GP?: Human hands (10-digits) reveal how to get from 10 digits to 12 Imperial inches, with eight fingers and the two thumbs. (sixtus the fifth) Calculate sum of 1st ten cubes, divided by 1,760 cubits (establishes a ratio) Or... 1/4th of first 10 cubes (756.25) divided
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Great follow up DavidK- I just noticed another interesting correlation in the "100" column: Digits 3, 4, 5 & 6 are paired with 11, 10, 8 & 9. 3 X 4 X 5 X 6 = 360 and 11 X 10 X 8 X 9 = 7,920 7,920 divided by 360 is 22.
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Hi Robin - You can't always be right, so you could be wrong. No juggling- - just PI, Moon (I hope you identified the moon in those numbers) and the key to the G.P. cubit dimensions....... 36PI - that CLEARLY calculates Earth and Moon circumferences. From My Earlier Posts- Earth Circumference. 36PI X 220 = 24,881.41382 Same 36PI method with 60 for the Moon - - - - An ancient civiliz
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Here is one for Euhler's number-
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Here are some interesting numbers from right of the decimal of PI-- The first 100 digits, the first 1,000 digits, the first 10,000 digits, first 100,000 and the first 1,000,000. Using 0 - 9, multiply the five digits together that have the highest count. For example: The first 100 digits, 2,3,4,8 & 9 have 10 or more digits, 1,5,6,7 & 0 have less than ten each. Multiply 2 X 3 X 4 X 8 X
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Hi MJT- Agree with you totally, simple arithmetic. 1 through 10 for me. I misrepresented my original post, that the Earth is a "determiner" of 51.84, squaring the circle...etc. Though, to me it is a FASCINATING coincidence that 51.84 resonates from the calculation of the square-root of 7,920. However, I also find it fascinating, that the sum of the first 10 cubes (3,025(dare
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
John, have you ever heard of decimal degree to arc-degree, arc-minute, arc-second conversions? 51.84 degrees IS 51 degrees, 50 minutes ... Cheers.
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Wow John, have you ever heard of decimal conversions. 51.84 is 51 degrees, 50 minutes ... Your math is lacking knowledge.
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Square root of the Moon diameter also works in similar fashion when multiplying left of decimal and right of decimal. Square Root of 2,160 = 46.47 . . . Multiply the two to the left of the decimal times the first two to the right of the decimal> 46 X 47 for 2,162.
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
An interesting find while studying the Earth's diameter: (known) 8 X 9 X 10 X 11 = 7,920 Square root of 7,920 being 88.99… 88 X 99 = 8,712 (Which is 110% of 7,920) Back to 88.99: Multiply the two whole numbers (8s) left of the decimal times the two numbers (9s) right of the decimal. Like this: 8 X 8 X 0.9 X 0.9 = 51.84. or 80 X 8 X .9 X .09 = 51.84 51.84 being the same degree of i
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
A look at SATURN: If 72,064.1701866585 is used for the diameter of Saturn (miles) then the volume of Saturn is exactly 195,955,200,000,000 cubic miles. Axial Diameter of Earth, (7,912) Volume of sphere with that diameter is: 259,195,165,680.57 Cubic Miles Divide that into the N.C. and get an impressive 756.01 Do the same for VENUS (7,520) and get 222,665,095,900.95 Cubic Miles, Di
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
I thought the Nile was an Australian metallic spike that is driven into a piece of wood with a hamma.....
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Hi molder- Mars ..... 3,236.119686 / 2 = 1,618.059843 imperial feet coincidence with phi your name 1.618033989 and it's pretty close too are you sure your diameter for Mars is correct? Nice conversion idea to find close connection to PHI decimal equivalent and half of a Martian arc-min in imperial feet. I hadn't thought of that. I was searching for a mean/average diameter, somewhere betwe
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Hello all- Has anyone seen of heard reference of the Nineveh Constant possibly being a reference to Saturn? I came across a few interesting connections to the first four planetary volumes, and the Great Pyramid base dimensions: A closer look at SATURN: If 72,064.1701866585 is used for the diameter of Saturn (miles) then the volume of Saturn is exactly 195,955,200,000,000 cubic miles.
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
Addendum - Volume of the first four planets divided into 195,955,200,000,000 = 365 (well 365.16) Total Sums of: Earth (7,920) 260,120,252,602.50 VENUS (7,520) 222,665,095,900.95 Mercury (3,024) 14,493,549,539.03 and Mars (4,220) 39,349,206,157.24 = 536,628,104,199.71 536,628,104,199.71 Divided into 195,955,200,000,000 = 365.16 (Close to days in one Earth year) Saturn orbital perio
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2 years ago
PhiPIandI
I have never quite understood the Nineveh Constant and the accurate relationship to our solar systems planetary orbital periods, however the constant does have some other fascinating connections: Possible axial Diameter of Earth in miles:(7,912) Volume of sphere with that diameter is: 259,195,165,680.57 Cubic Miles Divide that into the Nineveh Constant and get an impressive 756.01 (Earth w
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