Don Barone Wrote:

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> Hi all ...

>

> Interestingly when we try to use the 7/11 ratio

> for the courses we get this ...

When you go pattern hunting with new numbers.....

> 70th course is 2337.7 inches and the 110th course

> is 3330.0 inches yielding a ratio of 1.4245 ...

>

> HOWEVER ....

Because I found a new spot to get better numbers to say AHA about......

> If we use the 109th course we get something

> interesting ...

Yeah a X10 multiple of the widely known AE ratio of 7:10.9 ....

> 70th course in inches (2337.7) times square root

> of two (1.414215) = 3306.01 inches and

> surprisingly the 109th course has a measurement of

> 3306.8 ... correct to .7 of an inch or 5/8ths of

> an inch

Well more accurately it is 3306.007 leaving a difference of 0.793 or rounded to your specifications 0.8.

What's really interesting is that 0.8 = 4/5ths = 3/4 + 1/20

**not** 5/8ths

5/8ths = 0.625 = 1/2 + 1/8

Difference= 0.175 = 1/8 + 1/20

>... Interesting.

Not really. Really not even close to interesting.

> And if we go to the 139th course [70 x's 2] - 1 we

> find that 2337.7 x's sq rt of 3 or 1.7321 =

> 4049.13. and what do we find on the 139th course ?

An ever further reach for the elusive 6.95:11 ratio?

> Well we get 4050.5 closes for 1.4 inches.

Wow

**only** 1.4 inches off!!!!!

Funny how they slapped out that perfect little 45 degree line at

**exactly/precisely** 2000 cubits length. No error for 2000 cubits but 1.4 inches error for slightly less then 196.5 cubits.

>... Just

> interesting that's all.

Just

__something__ all right.

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