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JonnyMcA Wrote:

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> Hi Don,

>

> I cant calculate that for you at the moment (its

> not in mathematica), I would have to learn the

> theory to generate it, and I dont have the time

> for that.

>

> However, your value is most likely correct for the

> refractive index, and wont change appreciatively

> from that value. That value though is for yellow

> light (specifically 589.8 nm AKA Sodium D

> emission). Typically for the visible portion and

> near UV and IR) the refractive index decreases

> with increasing wavelength. What this means is

> that for 700 nm, on mars (or any planet), your

> value of 1.30055 is the upper limit. Whats more

> pressure effects the refractive index of gases,

> and the lower the atmospheric pressure, the closer

> the refractive index will approach the vacuum

> value of exactly 1. Again this indicates that the

> value of 1.30055 will be the upper limit.

>

> Jonny

>

>

This is an important finding.

Based on Glen Dash's computations regarding the placement of the 3 pyramids we can look into this idea with fresh data.

G1 to G2 azimuth = 43.302°

G3 to G2 azimuth = 31.838°

Index of Refraction = sin(43.302°)/sin(43.302°) = 1.3001

It looks to me like they used an approximation of 13/10.

Index of Refraction of ice at 0 Deg for a wavelength of 740 nm is 1.306.

Multiple paths to follow:

1. red + ice = Mars => Mars year encoded in Giza(Clive Ross)

2. ice => ice age => 10,500 BCE Giza to Orion orientation alignment(Robert Bauval)

3. ice => larger latitude + larger altitude => mountain peak at larger latitudes..

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> Hi Don,

>

> I cant calculate that for you at the moment (its

> not in mathematica), I would have to learn the

> theory to generate it, and I dont have the time

> for that.

>

> However, your value is most likely correct for the

> refractive index, and wont change appreciatively

> from that value. That value though is for yellow

> light (specifically 589.8 nm AKA Sodium D

> emission). Typically for the visible portion and

> near UV and IR) the refractive index decreases

> with increasing wavelength. What this means is

> that for 700 nm, on mars (or any planet), your

> value of 1.30055 is the upper limit. Whats more

> pressure effects the refractive index of gases,

> and the lower the atmospheric pressure, the closer

> the refractive index will approach the vacuum

> value of exactly 1. Again this indicates that the

> value of 1.30055 will be the upper limit.

>

> Jonny

>

>

This is an important finding.

Based on Glen Dash's computations regarding the placement of the 3 pyramids we can look into this idea with fresh data.

G1 to G2 azimuth = 43.302°

G3 to G2 azimuth = 31.838°

Index of Refraction = sin(43.302°)/sin(43.302°) = 1.3001

It looks to me like they used an approximation of 13/10.

Index of Refraction of ice at 0 Deg for a wavelength of 740 nm is 1.306.

Multiple paths to follow:

1. red + ice = Mars => Mars year encoded in Giza(Clive Ross)

2. ice => ice age => 10,500 BCE Giza to Orion orientation alignment(Robert Bauval)

3. ice => larger latitude + larger altitude => mountain peak at larger latitudes..

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