Quote:The most curious development of -- cubits -- I am on the fence as to it's origin.

cubit 20.625 is the most useful and versatile of the batch ... from our perspective.

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Semimajor axis (106 km)

Earth 149.60 Mars 227.92

1 : 1.524 = ~33.3 degree angle.

Meter =1m : Royal Cubit ~.524 m

Mars Sidereal orbit period (days) 686.980 / 33.3 = 20.63003003003003 inch cubit

Mars Tropical orbit period (days) 686.973 / 33.3 = 20.62981981981982 inch cubit

686.980 / 33.33333333333333333333= 20.6094 inch cubit

686.973 / 33.33333333333333333333= 20.60919 inch cubit

Hold on – the ancient Egyptians may have known about the metre, but surely they didn’t know about the second? Perhaps they did. The length of two sides of the base of the Great Pyramid is the distance a point on the equator moves through space in exactly one second.

I’m sure if you tried hard enough, the Great Pyramid may be found to contain some mathematics that support imperial measures, even though things like the foot and inch were not anywhere near close to existence 4500 years ago, and anyway are promoted as being based on human properties, not mathematical ones. But there is one thing that really does indicate that the ancient Egyptians were very familiar with the metre. I mentioned early on in this article that the cubit, which was used to build the Great Pyramid (each side has a length of 440 cubits), was 0.524 m long, an apparently odd relationship to the metre. Let us however look at three equations:

Quote:Mars Mean Orbital Elements (J2000) https://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/fa...sfact.html

Semimajor axis (AU)

Earth 1 : Mars 1.52366231

- One sixth of pi is 0.5236 – to all intents and purposes exactly the length of the cubit in metres (to within 0.4 mm of the known physical example,(of the cubit) and even that assumes that this example’s stated length has not been rounded to three decimal places); quite why one sixth is not clear, but the Great Pyramid is located exactly 30° above the equator – i.e. one sixth of the distance between the two poles.

- One fifth of ?² (2.618) = 0.5236 – again, exactly the length of the cubit in metres. There are five increments of 72° in a circle of 360°. It is known that the earth wobbles slightly on its axis, at the rate of 1° every 72 years.

- ? – ?² (3.1416 – 2.618) = 0.5236 – another relationship that yields the length of the cubit in metres, and ties together, by means of the cubit (and hence the metre), the two constants that are embedded in the Great Pyramid’s mathematical properties

Mars Math http://metricviews.org.uk/2013/06/was-th...years-ago/

Quote:PHI: The Divine Ratio - David Yarrowmaybe the cubit is mars based?

www.dyarrow.org/phi/phi2.htm

THE SPIN VORTEX: double PHI spirals, Life's Archetypal Architecture PHI ... Make a rectangle ABCD with sides in PHI ratio: ... PHI + 1 = PHI2 = 2.618.

Mathematics of Phi, the Golden Number - The Golden Ratio

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May 16, 2012 - If you square Phi, you get a number exactly 1 greater than itself: 2.618…, or. Φ² = Φ + 1. If you divide Phi into 1 to get its reciprocal, you get a ...

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