At minus 40 degrees Celsius the speed of sound in Nitrogen is ... Nitrogen = 439.95 cubits and could easily be 440 cubits exactly and depending on a variety of things could exactly equal the base of G1 while
at minus 40 degrees Celsius the speed of sound in Oxygen is Oxygen = 411.7774 and again could easily be 411.04 or 411.28 and exactly match the length of the base of G2.
Nitrogen is a chemical element constituting 78.08% by volume of Earth's atmosphere
Oxygen is the most abundant chemical element, by mass, in our biosphere, air, sea and land. Oxygen is the third most abundant chemical element in the universe, after hydrogen and helium
Nitrogen is number 7 on the periodic table of elements
Oxygen is number 8
A calling card left for us ?
So you can have your "Sporos" I will keep my sound.
EDIT" Why minus 40 degrees Celsius ... well because at that temperature Celsius and Fahrenheit are the same, both minus 40.
Post Edited (03-Feb-12 20:29)