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October 18, 2019, 6:18 am UTC    
May 13, 2018 01:09PM
So we have this ...

One half the height of G1 divided into the diagonal of G2 will give us the ratio of the number of days in a year between Mercury and Earth. (365.25 / 88 = 581.31343 / 140 = 4.152

The ratio of 140 / 88 is 1.5909091 and is the reciprocal of 1 / Pi x 2

and also happens to equal ... the ratio between the average orbital speed of Mercury (47.36163 km/sec) and Earth (29.78273 km/sec)

Simple and easy as Pi ... smiling smiley

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Don Barone


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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/13/2018 01:11PM by Ahatmose.
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