10-05-2017, 03:02 AM

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Are you nauseated yet with Pyramid Pi and Kabbalah 137 ?

lol,

it's endless.

The {4 / Pi} slope tangent of the Khufu Pyramid side faces,

The {4 / aPi} slope tangent of the Khufu Pyramid side faces,

the square root Phi slope tangent of the Khufu Pyramid side faces,

and there is even,

a nice pair of slopes developed from square root two dynamics.

A flotilla of ancient cultural math science and geometry "ancient pi values",

also each can contribute a slope tangent and a set of cubits.

Most of those "ancient pi values" evolve from the ancient Pi progressions.

It's endless,

and if you want to understand ancient Giza pyramid math,

you had better look at it from the perspective of ancient cubit systems.

Which is why accuracy percentage in convergence dynamics of the results is so important.

Forcing the results to conform to a tough standard of accuracy,

flushes the toilet full of the floaters.

I use one second per Lunar Month factor of error as the target accuracy to beat.

There are exceptions,

with good reasons.

That factor of error beats six sigma handily, and is set at 99.99996

You would be shocked

at how so many more math and science results,

are deemed sucessfully valid at six sigma, 99.9996,

as opposed to just the extra 9 seen in my, 99.99996 ... standard of accuracy --- 0.9999996

I will show you,

with the Lunar Month 29.53059 days.

3 examples:

a hair above my standard:

0.9999997 x 29.53059 = 29.53058114 --- off by 0.765 seconds

my standard:

0.9999996 x 29.53059 = 29.53057819 --- off by 1.02 seconds

six sigma

0.999996 x 29.53059 = 29.53047188 --- off by 10.2 seconds <----

you see?

the six sigma accuracy absolutely sucks !!!

The Lunar Month is off by 10 seconds with six sigma evaluation

My accuracy standard is off by 1 second

Then there is the Menkaure Pyramid.

Lehner has it as a rectangular base pyramid.

That is because he could not stomach a pyramid base with 4 uneven base lengths,

but he couldn't ignore that fact that he did not have

anything close ... to a square base

So the Menkaure Pyramid,

has to have at least two slopes according to Lehner.

{automatic with a rectangular base}

Petrie had a tough time in his measurements and only got 3 sides base lengths measured.

His numbers are quite different from Lehner in base measures.

Though their casing angles are very close,

the actual slope is set at 51 degrees average by Petrie.

But we won't concern ourselves with base length criteria,

only slope tangents,

and angles of the side faces,

in particular the 51 degree angle,

and the inevitable Masonic Code.

Construction technique and quality began to fail with the Menkaure pyramid at Giza.

it is not built to anything like the standards of the previous two.

Thus a lot of varied interpretive analysis forms the bulk of the opinions.

Interestingly, a huge plethora of 51 degree angles can be suggested.

Masonic Code has the slope tangent at {21 / 17} for 51.00900596 degrees

Or you can corkscrew the ancient cultural math with modern western style thinking:

Try this for a 51 degree --- slope angle tangent:

Pi

divided by:

{2 x square root Phi}

for 50.99969456 degrees

next, soon.

...

Are you nauseated yet with Pyramid Pi and Kabbalah 137 ?

lol,

it's endless.

The {4 / Pi} slope tangent of the Khufu Pyramid side faces,

The {4 / aPi} slope tangent of the Khufu Pyramid side faces,

the square root Phi slope tangent of the Khufu Pyramid side faces,

and there is even,

a nice pair of slopes developed from square root two dynamics.

A flotilla of ancient cultural math science and geometry "ancient pi values",

also each can contribute a slope tangent and a set of cubits.

Most of those "ancient pi values" evolve from the ancient Pi progressions.

It's endless,

and if you want to understand ancient Giza pyramid math,

you had better look at it from the perspective of ancient cubit systems.

Which is why accuracy percentage in convergence dynamics of the results is so important.

Forcing the results to conform to a tough standard of accuracy,

flushes the toilet full of the floaters.

I use one second per Lunar Month factor of error as the target accuracy to beat.

There are exceptions,

with good reasons.

That factor of error beats six sigma handily, and is set at 99.99996

You would be shocked

at how so many more math and science results,

are deemed sucessfully valid at six sigma, 99.9996,

as opposed to just the extra 9 seen in my, 99.99996 ... standard of accuracy --- 0.9999996

I will show you,

with the Lunar Month 29.53059 days.

3 examples:

a hair above my standard:

0.9999997 x 29.53059 = 29.53058114 --- off by 0.765 seconds

my standard:

0.9999996 x 29.53059 = 29.53057819 --- off by 1.02 seconds

six sigma

0.999996 x 29.53059 = 29.53047188 --- off by 10.2 seconds <----

you see?

the six sigma accuracy absolutely sucks !!!

The Lunar Month is off by 10 seconds with six sigma evaluation

My accuracy standard is off by 1 second

Quote:six sigma on Pi:

0.999996 x Pi = 3.141580087

Lunar Month accuracy of one second factor of error:

0.9999996 x Pi = 3.141591397

to get Pi to 7 decimal accuracy:

0.9999998 x Pi = 3.141592025

Then there is the Menkaure Pyramid.

Lehner has it as a rectangular base pyramid.

That is because he could not stomach a pyramid base with 4 uneven base lengths,

but he couldn't ignore that fact that he did not have

anything close ... to a square base

So the Menkaure Pyramid,

has to have at least two slopes according to Lehner.

{automatic with a rectangular base}

Petrie had a tough time in his measurements and only got 3 sides base lengths measured.

His numbers are quite different from Lehner in base measures.

Though their casing angles are very close,

the actual slope is set at 51 degrees average by Petrie.

But we won't concern ourselves with base length criteria,

only slope tangents,

and angles of the side faces,

in particular the 51 degree angle,

and the inevitable Masonic Code.

Construction technique and quality began to fail with the Menkaure pyramid at Giza.

it is not built to anything like the standards of the previous two.

Thus a lot of varied interpretive analysis forms the bulk of the opinions.

Interestingly, a huge plethora of 51 degree angles can be suggested.

Masonic Code has the slope tangent at {21 / 17} for 51.00900596 degrees

Or you can corkscrew the ancient cultural math with modern western style thinking:

Try this for a 51 degree --- slope angle tangent:

Pi

divided by:

{2 x square root Phi}

for 50.99969456 degrees

next, soon.

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