posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 08:35 PM
First off, you are looking at photographs that are overlaid onto a perfect sphere. The Earth is NOT a perfect sphere. Any line you draw will only be
a very rough estimate for locations along it.
Earth Mean radius 6,371.0 km, Earth Equatorial radius 6,378.1 km, Earth Polar radius 6,356.8 km
Earth Circumference 40,075.16 km (equatorial), 40,008.00 km (meridional)
The lines you have, DO NOT fall dead center of any pyramid or fall in perfect alignment along the side/s. Try plotting your lines using the actual
locations, long/lat deg,min,sec (dead center or side alignment). If you are off by just 1 degree, over a distance of 1ooo miles, your error is 17.5
miles. Which is why the Sexagesimal system is used in long distance navigation, dividing each degree into minutes and seconds lessens the error.
If you can plot these locations using an accurate system, and they line up, you may have something, until then, it’s just random lines on a bad map.