> Hi Dune
> Have you ever considered the square root of three
> with regard to the root mean square value of a
> triangular waveform?
> Basically without going through all the maths,
> it's the area under the half wave, in this case a
> triangle, which is the effective value in terms of
> transmissive power , expressed as a value of the
> peak .. (base to height) of the triangle.
> R.M.S. value of triangular waveform = Peak
> value (Base to peak)/ The Square Root of Three.
> Which is equal to ... 0.577 of the peak value.
> Just google R.M.S of a triangular wave, They can
> explain better than I can.
> I'm not sure yet how the clock determines "C" but
> if it does, it seems to me that what is being
> stated may have somethiong to do with the root
> mean square value of a triangular waveform at
> light speed.
> I've been messing about with sine waves which have
> an R.M.S. of 0.707, I may have been barking up the
> wrong tree.
I did take a look with Google about the R.M.S sine wave function, but it just went straight over my head.
But as G1 seems to allude to some sort of functionality then there may well be some sort of connection to that R.M.S wave
I often wonder about all that concentrated granite that gives of radiation and Radon gas, and then if the sarcophagus is actually a floatation tank then maybe there is a connection between the person in the tank and the increased radiation on the persons consciousness that could induce an out of body experience .
So some sort of functionality seems more plausible for G1's complexity other than just a Tomb for one old guy.