reply to post by XPLodER
the relation ship between
rotation of the earth
and its circumference,
with the speed of light
None of those have anything to do with the great pyramids.
cool vid, tell me where a second comes from?
It's an abstract unit of measure that derives from an arbitrary standard:
In the 1600s, it was already established in Europe that a day was divided into 24 hours, each of which contained 60 minutes. Around 1680, London
clockmaker William Clement introduced the longcase or grandfather clock that was accurate enough to measure seconds reliably as one sixtieth of a
we didn't have seconds thousands of years ago, so stating that this measurement was "Encoded" into the pyramids is likewise quite mad.
to error is human i am capable of making mistakes, the fear of riddacule is not enough to stop me from comenting and learning from
Fair enough, if you are willing to admit error, then perhaps ridiculing you was premature.
please try your calculations again using "cubits"
a cubit is fairly analogous to a meter in terms of length, it would be within 15% of the metric measurement from above.
Again, nowhere near the speed of light.
And it's in a completely different system of measurement.
then tell me how it is our time is based on hours, minutes,seconds
and our degrees are in hours, minutes, seconds
and this is derived from the rotational period of the earth and its circumfernce?
It's all an arbitrary standard.....
It could have just as easily been 6 hours per day, with 60, 120 second minutes per hour.
It's not like these measurements of time are universal, or invariant.... it's just an arbitrary decision made at some point in the past.
and at the geological ceter of the landmass of the earth this information is encoded into the design and layout of the great
Again, these measurements are completely arbitrary.... the standardised lattitude and longitude measurements, along with degrees, minutes, and
seconds wasn't introduced until the 19th century.
To say that the Ancient Egyptian builders had access to these measurement units in the entirety of their specificity is madness.
WHERE the pyramids are, in relation to our modern day GPS coordinates is entirely arbitrary.
they got lucky because the odds are massive that a pyramid would be in such a "key" location?
How is it a "Key" location?
why is the latitude divided into 180 degrees? instead of 360 degrees, or 90 degrees?
What if it was in 45 degrees instead of what it is now?
I'm telling you, the location of the pyramids in relation to this global measurement system is completely arbitrary, and coincidental.
You are chasing phantoms.
there is a relation ship with the specific conditions observed on earth and the ratio between its rotational period and its circumference, and
how WE measure time NOW encoded into the structure and location of the pyramid
So, you are stating that those who built the pyramids travelled into the future, of the 21st century, and took with them information about how WE map
latitude and longitude on the planet, and chose the building cite for the pyramids based on this knowledge, that wouldn't *EXIST* for thousands of
The decision to divide a solar day into 12 hours is arbitrary.
The decision to divide a hour into 60 minutes is arbitrary.
The decision to divide a minute into 60 seconds is ARBITRARY.
These are not universal constants, or proof of higher knowledge or technology... it's all just completely arbitrary, and doesn't actually MEAN