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DavidK Wrote:
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> Virtually everyone on this website will know that
> the GP appears to be designed as 280 height 440
> base side and this is 2 pi as 22/7
>
> 880/280 = 22/7 twice. Also 2 x Pi x r is the
> formula for the circumference of a circle so 560
> gives the diameter for the 1760 base perimeter.
>
> 1760 / 560 if described in imperial inches is
> 14.666r / 4.666r imperial feet the unit suggested
> as the eclipse unit because 14.666r x 449 is the
> saros as 6585.333r days.
>
> So this suggests that 22/7 is an ancient
> mathematical ratio as an approximation for Pi.
>
> But there is another that is suggested by Jim
> Wakefield and this is 3.14181818r and he calls it
> Fibonacci Pi. i know 1440 is part of the Fibonacci
> series and this approximation requires
> investigation.( update Dr Troglodyte pointed out
> this is incorrect. Thank you and for your welcome.
> It should read 144 )
>
> It can be compared with 22/7
>
> 22/7 = 3.142857143 - 3.14181818r = 0.001038961
>
> 3.142857143 / 0.001038961 = 3025
>
> 3.1418181818 / 0.001038961 = 3024
>
> These units are exact. Not something you would see
> in a modern mathematical text book.
>
> There is another unit suggested in my book 'The
> Eclipse' and it is 3.1416.
>
> This can be presented as a smoothing of real pi by
> using Thom's megalithic inch of 0.816.
>
> Real Pi 3.141592654 / 0.816 = 3.849990997 rounding
> to 3.85
>
> 3.85 x 0.816 = 3.1416.
>
> This unit is hidden on page 47 of Thom's book
> 'Megalithic Sites in Britain'
>
> Also on page 47 is the Aubrey circle circumference
> of 897.60 imperial feet.
>
> 3.1416 / 3.5 = 0.8976 units
>
> 897.60 / 0.8976 = 1000 and Thom suggested that
> base 10 was universally sacred.
>
> How much evidence is required? There is much more.




7/24=0,2916666666666667
0,2916666666666667*60=17,5

6/24=0.25
0,25*60=15

7,2/24=0,3
0,3*60=18(saros)

7,29/24=0,30375
0,30375*60=18,225(saros)

7,305/24=0,304375
0,304375*60=18,2625(saros)


7,5/24=0,3125
0,3125*60=18,75(saros)

7,407407407407408/24=0,308641975308642
0,308641975308642*60=18,51851851851852(saros)

17.5 / 15 = 1.166666666666667
1.166666666666667 * 1.0125 * 3 = 3.543750000000001
3.543750000000001 * 100 = 354.375
(354,3750000000001 / 0.2777777777777777) * 10 = 12757,50000000001
12757,50000000001 / 2 = 6378,750000000005 (Earth radius)

The determination of 'pi' has always been 1/10000000 of the tropical year and it was a pattern.


6378,750000000005 (radius of the Earth) * 360 = 2296350

2296350 / 354,375(lunar year or winter solstice) = 6480

6378,750000000005 (radius of the Earth) / 6480 (saros) = 0.984375

360 (excellent year) * 0.984375 = 354,375 (lunar year or winter solstice)


6378,750000000005 (radius of the Earth) / 6561 = 0.9722222222222222
6378,750000000005 (radius of the Earth) / 6400 = 0.9966796875

6400 (radius of the Earth) / 0.972 = 6584,362139917695 (saros)

6,584.362139917695 (saros) / 18.75 / 1.0125 = 355.5555555555555


355,5555555555555 * 1,0125 = 360 (excellent year)
360 * 1.0125 = 364.5 (tropical year)

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Re: Persuasive Evidence of the Ancient Manipulation of Pi? 491 molder 15-Jan-18 23:35
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Re: Another perspective???????????????? 484 cloister 17-Jan-18 21:55
Re: Persuasive Evidence of the Ancient Manipulation of Pi? 93 DavidK 12-Jan-20 20:25
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Re: Persuasive Evidence of the Ancient Manipulation of Pi? 571 Sirfiroth 18-Jan-18 01:29
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Re: Persuasive Evidence of the Ancient Manipulation of Pi? 415 DavidK 18-Jan-18 14:40
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Re: Persuasive Evidence of the Ancient Manipulation of Pi? 438 DavidK 19-Jan-18 21:55
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Re: CALL ROYAL CUBITS INCHES 511 DavidK 21-Jan-18 10:57
Re: CALL ROYAL CUBITS INCHES 457 DavidK 21-Jan-18 11:22
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Re: variable pi using Michell's canon 356 DavidK 14-Aug-18 10:10
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