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October 15, 2019, 9:24 pm UTC    
August 31, 2019 09:02AM
I disagree, the corner has a seked slope, the builder aligned the core masonry specifically to create a progressive indentation found in the virtual center of each side of G1, hence the core masonry does not form a flat plane (side). The only way to achieve this equally (each side) is to measure from the pyramids center. each course elevation runs equal in thickness, so as each course was placed the center of each side and increment measurements finishing on the corners were carefully followed.

the fact that the finished G1 casing didn't follow the core masonry side indentations but rather formed a finished flat side reveals the purpose was to provide strength/stability for the center-lined casing pressure of each side... the heaviest location purposely built thicker.

the strategic design employed for the casing stones requires compound slope (bevel) of the pyramids core masonry that progresses with the pyramids course height. This may be the reason we find the relative thickest courses occur at elevation intervals of 56 cubits, clearly done on purpose, these identified course elevations allow a pause to ensure the corners and side indentations measure and slope accurately to accommodate the casing.

I suspect the result of the indentations halfway proves they had knowledge of using right triangles to determine geometric ratios (a unique trigonometry originating in Sumer).

Best,

B.A.Hokom
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SEKED

Pistol July 31, 2019 08:47PM

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Mark Heaton August 06, 2019 12:00PM

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Kanga August 17, 2019 01:03AM

see 'Template'

Warwick L Nixon August 18, 2019 04:14PM

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Pistol August 31, 2019 09:02AM

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Kanga September 05, 2019 12:56AM

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Pistol September 06, 2019 02:29AM

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Pistol September 10, 2019 10:44AM

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Kanga September 17, 2019 01:00AM

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Pistol September 18, 2019 02:23AM

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jacob boaz September 10, 2019 11:15AM

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L Cooper September 11, 2019 08:51AM

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