I am currently setting up a woodworking shop and I don't have a great deal of time to devote to these message boards so I will be brief.
I am currently working on a paper that will clarify my position on these matters. Titled: "Architectural Details of Great Pyramid Confirm the Exact length of Petrie's Original Cubit", and hope to publish sometime in March of this year. Establishing the exact length of the Royal Egyptian Cubit as measured in inches with supporting Ancient Egyptian recovered artifacts and archaeological evidence. For me it put G1 in proper mathematical perspective and provided answers for most of the questions regarding the intent of the Ancient Egyptians in designing G1, G2 and G3. It demonstrates their degree of proficiency in mathematics and construction and demonstrates what the Ancient Egyptians were able to achieve using a binary system of multiplication and division cubits, fractions, unit fractions and seked all supported by existing (but long ignored by both mainstream and alternative researchers) physical evidence. Somethings we may have missed mathematically include: In their world all quantities were defined as unity, 1 or 440/440, 64/64, 28/28, 7/7 etc, or simply n/n: All unity units were multiplied or divided by Egyptian multiplication an inverse operation to the Egyptian division operation, and the inverse. The binary addition series known as the Eye of Horus based on the powers of two: (1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64) equaling 63/64 in which 1/64 in the Old Kingdom was purposely discarded to create an infinite series using rational numbers. As with the inter-related ratios for the seked of G1,2 and 3 also find many n/n-1 or 16/15, 22/21, 56/55, 176/175, 441/440 as numbers between the exterior cubits and the seked ratios of the pyramids.
G2, derived from the 3,4,5 triangle considered less important than G1 also has a message describing the anatomy of the cubits various subdivisions and known Ancient Egyptian units of measure.
Note in the above drawing find: the digit, 1/28 line ac divided into 16 and 12 segments: the Little Shat or Small Span of 12 digits, 3 palms from the sides of the square, 3 palms: and the Djeser (foot) 16 digits, 4 palms: The Remen of 20 digits, 5 palms: the Area of the square is (12/7)^2 = 144/49 which is also equal to the length of one palm 144/49 x 7 gives a cubit of 20 4/7 inches and confirms Stephens 20 4/7 inch cubit. Now could this confirm Stephens favorite 20 4/7 inch cubit? I don't know, but I can tell you 1/10 this cubit equals 2 2/35 cubit x 7 equals 14 2/5 palms the seked of the descending passageway in G2. Which is also the same method used in finding the gradients of the Ascending Passageway and Grand Gallery seked.
Hendrick quoted from 'The Riddle of the Pyramids' by Dr. Kurt Mendelssohn's: "A scientific theory has to be judged by its credibility, which depends on the supporting evidence. Its value increases with the volume of such evidence…” This is something I consider to be an absolute requirement in any research.
Once understood it is a given the Ancient Egyptians, mathematically speaking, were masters at making the complicated simple.
It has long been known that "Progress is man's ability to complicate simplicity" ~ Thor Heyerdahl