Finally! Someone who 'gets' what we are saying and who is actually taking the time to look properly at what we are presenting. I thank you for that even though you have come to a different conclusion.
Audrey: As a rough calculation of my diagram, it appears the far right line misses G1 by about 33'. But then it's impossible to be exact using a satellite image. I would have to say your diagram is not exact enough to claim what you do about the "axis of G1's inter-quarter lines". It's close, but not close enough to use as proof.
SC: You are right. Using Quickbird satellite images (indeed, any satellite image) is not easy since it is very difficult to see the precise edges of the pyramids which may be obscured by shadow, casing stones etc. This is why I tend to generally present this finding using the hi-res GPMP site plan of Giza.
SC: I think the geometric relationship is good enough for us to see the intent. It is not perfect and even Mark Lehner stated such regarding the Lehner-Goedek Line (my L3) - there is a slight misalignment. However, over a distance of a kilometre, I think the intent is clear and the designers/builders did a pretty good job.
Audrey: Also, the 3 lines do not run parallel.
SC: The three lines cannot possibly ever be parallel since the mirrored line L3 is passed through a mirror of G3 which is a slight rectangle and not a square. Were G3 to have been square then the lines through a square G3 mirror would then be parallel and we would then find that G1 and G2 were the same proportions. These lines are not parallel and G1 and G2 are different sizes precisely because G3 is a rectangle as predicted by the GSF.
Hope that makes sense and thanks again for taking the time to seriously study this.
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