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8 days ago
spaceyhippie
> That reminds me of something I found ages ago: > 354.36708 (12 lunar months) divided by pi and 100 > gives 1.127985449, which, squared twice, gives 1.618877508. hey merc, 354.36708 / ( 100 pi ) = 1.127 985 449... (1.128)4 = phi oh, the fun i could have with that 128 is a double, or 7th power of 2 - and that: 7 x 4 = 7 x 2 x 2 = 28 (see below for my eminent proposal)
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10 days ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Two particular cycles caught my eye, one of 6.336 > yers, and the other at 5.775, > > 63360 inches in one mile, and 5775 = G1's height > in inches. > 6336 = 6300 + 36 = 100 (7*9) + (6*6) = (10*10) (7*9) + (6*6) = (5*2 * 5*2) (7*3*3) + (6*6) = ( 22 x 32 x 52 x 7 ) + (3x2)2 any number so e
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6 weeks ago
spaceyhippie
i like 248,832 so much cuz it fits in my pocket without further trouble ...it makes life that much easier at least for the rest of the day? so, it could be said to be a starter puzzle just to get us familiar with that technique even the diagram reminds me of The Unit Circle ...so, here we could say pi radians, instead of 2 pi but then base it all on diameter, instead of radius gives
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6 weeks ago
spaceyhippie
> ----- > > You'd expect to find an interesting number with > > 9x9x9 cubes of 6x6x6, but 157,464 doesn't ring > a > > bell. Anyone? > > Interesting though that the digit, according to > > some, is 9x9x9 / 1000 inches. > > That looks to be in the metric / polar > circumference category probably? I don't know that > as well as I could. I
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
i think... it would be interesting to see what the angles are in a Kepler Triangle and then check to see if they're repeated anywhere herein, especially significantly? then compare them to the angles in 3-4-5 triangles (and their siblings including a 30-60-90° triangle) and noting their distinctions and any curious differences cuz if we found references to those i'm sure there could be
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thank you for another interesting response which I > have listened to. I have just picked out one point > to comment on, but will have another listen later > to see if there are others I can respond to. > Quotenatal predictions go beyond genetics > plus my "good/fair" samples do prove
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
nice... and 6300 is significant here, cuz how? (i missed the memo / earlier post on that one) 6300 = 7 x 9 x 100, first thingy to reach for 6300 = 7 x (3 x 3) x (10 x 10) it's also obviously: 7000 - 700 and 70 x 90 = 10 (7 x 9), etc... which 7 and 9 "straddle" 8 which is just 2 cubed... so maybe 2 pyramids working together or their angles combine for something put a pin in, ke
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > spacy hippie > > Having listened ( I use assistive software) all > the way through your long but quite interesting > and well-written,rather confusing mix of > assertion, ramble, fact and fiction, > hey susan, thank you for reading my whole thingy ...you are a rare gift in my chosen
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
just replying in general, and off the cuff i may be the only person i've ever even heard of who both likes and believes in both astrology and astronomy yes, astronomy can be confusing, even insulting our alleged intelligence but that's just mostly cuz of the stars we're born under, and currently overhead astronomy and astrology affect different people differently, in a constant state of fl
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
if Legon cubits are the same as Royal cubits and one of (either of) those = 20.62 inches making the G1-G3 centers' distance 36,854 ...that is indeed an interesting number TM 36,000 being 360 x 100 - much fun therein ...and ...the more interesting a number it is... the more we can say both units are based on either: a same or similar common origin or even that one is based on the other? t
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
oh ah i've happened upon the idea to measure with triangles and hexagons here before happened to have hexagons already made forgotten about for ...more than a decade see, this one already fits neatly in the gap between G1 and G2 ...which i have no reason to not find fascinating and every confidence such theories are vacuums so, i will have to make more hexagons which, two of th
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Having lost that corner connection i still think > there is a valid line connection between the 9 > Oclock line to 11 Oclock, ok it's not perfect , > but its dam close. > sweet kickass i'll put it in my hopper... n toss that one around asap thinking now the 6 cubits off especially when a
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Spacey, > > Nice work, > > I can't fault your results, but all i would say is > your working with John Legon's Model, and his > rounded cubits, and my model is different, so yes > your results are correct to that particular > model. > ok but, i'm pretty sure we're measuring t
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE, et al: i would like to thank you for this project sorry my local holidays prevented alacrity there were pretty fireworks, and some beer and i know you're interested more in what these numbers turn out to be in modern, imperial n metric units but, i'm (lazy) confidently satisfied that if there's interesting numbers in one system there'll be equally interesting numbers in
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
can you zoom out a smidge, or pan right and do a circle with the same center... see if it intersects the sphinx' nose? i will try to get around to measuring this in my legon cubit based 3d model later today - but i don't have position for the Leo marker my model has only the three main pyramids so far but i'm sure it will confirm a G2 NW-corner intersect ...and, toggling to amateur as
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
440 ÷ 411 = 1.070 55961 070 55961 070 55961 070 55961... 411 ÷ 440 = 0.934 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09... so we have this 7% difference between them, what are we to make of it? ...put it in our back pocket, wait for ...later...? maybe something will call our attention to it - as the planet Venus was just alluded to...? (i have faith enough in the system, i guess) ...me
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
it's important to use strange symbols in order to attract the right attention hendrik dirker Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agreed Yve - Masonic places are fun & games. > Nah, never participated in Seance - fear of ghosts > associated with childhood, however, a tad more > mature and intrigued whether paranormal activity > prove 'li
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I guess the diagram speaks for itself. > > > > John Michell has an interesting piece on this > number in his "The Dimensions of Paradise" > (The Proportions and Symbolic > Numbers of Ancient Cosmology ) P 107 > > > DPP among interesting numbers 540 is a compound n
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
drew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No matter...the fun you had in defining the > numbers is just that...fun. Considering when the > pyramid was built, there is no way they could have > known that the year it was built was 'so much BCE' > so your numbers work in defining either 2022 or > 2025. It would have to mean 2022 or 2025 years >
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2 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > . . . maybe the circumference of the circle > at 11144 feet has some meaning . . . > > 3547.24 pi is about as close as 3547.25 pi to this interesting number 11144 in fact 11144 is such a conspicuous number had i produced this somehow in my many meanderings i would think it maybe means i should
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > . . . > > If anything gets to be constant, it may be the > geometry we met on the way in. > > Some of my thoughts, anyway. > > Cheers! i know some ancient languages have numbers matched with words i think it would be "a bit" intriguing to find out if any of these sequ
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
dune, young man, i fail to see the significance... of these ...odd... "numbers" for distances... unless they're multiples of √2, √3, or √5 etc. i find it fascinating that the modern-ish inch sometimes produces "interesting numbers" independent of the structure itself almost as if... That was their Unit? so, then ...all these units ...must be related... and not k
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
drew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Before I offer some things, > I'd like to ask a question. > > Is there an extension of 22/7 for ‘degrees’ of > the circle that the ancients might have used? Did > they actually divide it in 4 parts of 90 deg like > we do with 360 deg and right angles within? What > if it were 3 parts, having 66
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
so, that is a freak coincidence, eh? of course, my data for positioning those stars is mostly from the Hipparcos catalog, from the early 90's and i haven't touched them since i last became distracted 11 years ago and there is still some wee minor nagging uncertainty in the newer more accurate Gaia data available now even in stars so close to us, however minuscule... but whirry me not -
Forum: Science & Space
3 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > . . . > > Another downer is your Legon model, can you not do > a model using my figures for comparison. > possibly, but it actually kinda takes quite a while to do seemed simple enough when i first proposed the idea just get the numbers, the program makes a pyramid just ...make it the size it is, pu
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
according to some guy named Kyle "8125 feet = 5416.67 Biblical cubits" which i assume are different from ours but those are guess-timated at 18 inches? which ...works out surprisingly remarkably well... so i'm continually confounded as to that spectrum kylesconverter.com/length/feet-to-cubits#8125 so, i would totally so appreciate a handy helpful conversion kit as this seems
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
ah, yes - quite correct, thank you - my mistake (silly sleepy hippie) ...the 1500 radius circle from G2sw does NOT pass through G1ne rather, it is tangent to a sphere with the height of G1: 280 lc therefore the intersection is an exact (198,198), not (220,220) and that angle is an exact 44° - which arguably defines a degree the 45° line from G2sw, 1500 lc distant, lands on ( 216.66... , 17
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
...as i say, now more awake... 21.142° = 0.36899751 radians which, 2 pi radians is 360° - so, 1 pi radians is 180° - and pi/2 radians is 90° - and pi/4 radians is 45° ...and radians don't mean to be scary just: how aliens might measure circles (or anyone really ...seriously into them) a more correct / proper understanding? just: "anytime there's a circle, think of pi" so, i
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > So yea im sure there is something to why Giza is > laid out like it is, i think im to far down my > road now to change tack . > > DPP maybe, i hope, you'll like this... ;o) dudeman.net/astra/giza/dune.html
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3 months ago
spaceyhippie
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > . . . > But to keep this thread on track we now measure > the distance between G1's North East corner to > G2's South West corner, and according to Google > Earth, and confirmed by trig we get 2631.15 > ft > . . . about a dozen or so years ago, i concluded quite thoughtfully, that: the distan
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