posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 05:43 PM
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Does the base of the pyramid being a square count?
Yes.
Its supposed to work like this:
draw a square.
draw a circle inside the square, touching the top bottom and sides.
draw a circle outside the square, touching the corners.
Now the distance between the 2 circles = speed of light, though you have to move the comma.
Myself, I cannot calculate crap.
I have "number-dyslexia"..
So I saw this trick in some pyramid documentary and after thinking of it a bit I asked a good
friend who is strong with numbers if this pyramid thing could be true..
He was the one who told me; Yes the pyramid and the speed of light thing is true, but also
it is true for every square no matter the dimensions.
I have no reasons to doubt him
Hope this helps.
Thanks.