divide by 60 = 101.376 (feet in one second)
This length is quite close to the mid-diameter of the Sarsen ring at Stonehenge, 100.8 feet. The difference is 0.576 feet, or 6.912 inches. This is an exact divisor of the two distances, with the familiar ratio of 176/175. If you count up the inches in one minute it's 72990.72. In feet it's 6082.56, divide by 176 it's 34.56 feet/unit, or 414.72inches. The 175 figure is 6048 feet.
A dia. of 105.6 feet, just a bit bigger than the Sarsen ring, is 1/50th mile. Divided by the 0.576 unit is 183.33333r. 0.33333r being one-third of something then x 3 =550 units x 0.576 feet= 316.8 feet, 3/50ths of a mile, or one complete something, or 100.8 x pi?
It's almost like it was all designed this way.
Another unit I have come across is 9.6 feet, or 115.2 inches. If the divisor of 0.576 feet is applied to this you get 16.66666r. Whenever I see .66666r it always points to being two-thirds of something, so 16.66666r x 1.5 =25 units= 14.4 feet, or 172.8 inches. All familiar Canonical numbers, and, Stonehenge Sarsen ring mid-dia 100.8 feet / 14.4 feet = 7.