Okay let's take a look at this one ....

32 x 686.98 = 21983.36

Now if we divide by 100 we get ... 219.8336 and on the surface too small to be 1/2 base of G1 but let's do it anyway 219.8336 x 2 = 439.6672. Now if we multiply this by our cubit of 20.6094 inches we get ... 20.6094 x 439.6672 and we get 9061.27719168 ... Now I had seen that number, 906, in other places in my research (haven't a clue where at the moment) so I decided to simply, as a beginning, to divide by our 10 and then find the square root of this number 906.127719168 and found that the square root of this number is 30.10195540...

Now again I guess because I have worked at this for so long that number immediately rang a bell with me and so I went to this page [

www.eightplanetsfacts.com] to confirm what I suspected and here is what this page showed. It said ... For the planet Neptune that the ... Semi-major axis: 4,503,443,661 km, 30.10366151 AE. So here is our base unit of a Martian Year in Earth Days defining the distance from The Sun to Neptune in Earth Astronomical Units which is 149,597,870.7 kilometres to an accuracy of ( 30.10195540 / 30.10366151 = 0.99994 or 6 parts in 100,000 ( 100 thousand)

Now again that is interesting ... but was it simply yet another co-incidence brought about by torturing some poor defenceless number ? We shall see as I press forward ...

Cheers

Don Barone

__Cherry Picking__ - If you can't debate your opponents on the substance of the issue, crush them on the minor details.