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Postby Vidusa » Fri Dec 12, 2008 4:34 pm

BURJ DUBAI TOWER (GEOMETRY)

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The Burj Dubai tower, tallest building in the world, is soon to be completed.* (click on the picture)


1º of the Earth's curved surface = 111km

Earth = circle = 360º

360º = 39,960km = Earth's perfect circle = Circle A

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In order to travel the distance of 39,960 km in one day (24 hours), a certain object would have to travel at a speed of 462.5 km/sec. = radius of the Circle A

Area of the Circle A = 672,005.7359km2 = Area of the Square B

C (one side of the Square = 819.7595598m = the projected final height of Burj Dubai tower*.

819.7595598 : 462.5 = 1.772453102 = √3.14159

The projected final height of Burj Dubai is officially being kept a secret**.

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*Official height of the Burj Dubai Tower 819m:

http://dubai-tower.blogspot.com/

**http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burj_Dubai
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Thu Jan 01, 2009 6:42 pm

FEBRUARY 11, AL JIZAH

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February 11, position of the Sun

Date: February 11
Location: Al Jizah (Giza)
Sunrise: 06:40
Top R.A. = 21h 35m 51.39s = VE-C (vernal equinox - Sun's position on February 11)
Distance = 0.986982648

The average distance from the Earth to the Sun = 149,597,870 km = 1 Astronomical unit (1AU)

Height of the Great Pyramid = 14,765.05019 cm

February 11: Earth-Sun (distance) = 147,650,501.9 km

147,650,501.9 : 149,597,870 = 0.986982648

Top RA = 21h 35m 51.39s = VE-C = 21.59760833 hours

Right ascension (RA): 1 hour = 15 degrees

21.59760833 hours = 323.964125 degrees

1 year = 365.242 days

365.242 - 323.964125 = 41.277875 days

January = 31 days

41.277875 - 31 = 10.277875 days = 10 days, 6 hours, 40 minutes and 8.4 seconds = February 11, sunrise at Al Jizah (Giza).

The shortest distance between the Earth and the Sun (perihelion) is about 147,166,462 km. This point in the Earth's orbit occurs on January 3.

The Earth is farthest away from the Sun on July 4 (aphelion) when it is about 152,100,000 km from the Sun.

1 year = 365.242 days

365.242 : 2 = 182.621 days = January 3 - July 4

Tangent of the Pyramid's angle of rise = 1.273240621

182.621 : 1.273240621 = 143.4300768 days = February 11 - July 4 = September 21 - February 11

143.4300768 x 2 = 286.8601536 days = September 21 - February 11 - July 4 =
= 365.242 : 1.273240621

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Daylight map (Egypt- Al Jizah, February 11, 06/6 am, Minutes 40):
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/sunearth.html

Sunrise and Sunset Calculator (location Egypt-Cairo):
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/sunrise.html?month=2&year=2009&obj=sun&afl=-12&day=1
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:09 pm

Image Image The Great Pyramid and the Earth: e-books (free download): Image

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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Tue Mar 10, 2009 7:17 pm

EIFFEL TOWER AND THE CODE OF THE GREAT PYRAMID

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The Eiffel Tower was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution: 1789 -1799

Code of the Great Pyramid: 1 day = 2.466586266 cm

1789 years = 653,417.938 days = 1,611,711.712 cm = 16,117,11712 m = 1611.711712 dkm (x 2 = 3223.423424 dkm)

1799 years = 657,070.358 days 1,620,720.721 cm = 16,207.20.721 m = 1620.720721 dkm (x 2 = 3241.441442 dkm)

Current height of Eiffel Tower = 324 m

First level (height) = 57.63 m (x 2 = 115.26 m)

Second level of the Tower (height) = 115.73 m

1/2 of the Pyramid's base = 115.964335 m

In an interview reported in the newspaper Le Temps, Eiffel said:

“Now to what phenomenon did I give primary concern in designing the Tower? It was wind resistance. Well then! I hold that the curvature of the monument's four outer edges, which is as mathematical calculation dictated it should be (...) will give a great impression of strength and beauty, for it will reveal to the eyes of the observer the boldness of the design as a whole.”

—translated from the French newspaper Le Temps of 14 February 1887

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eiffel_Tower


"Eiffel Equation," by Alex Stone. Discover, April 2005, page 12.
Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower has an elegant shape, yet Alexander-Gustave Eiffel didn't have modern engineering when he designed the tower. Engineer Patrick Weidman found an 1885 memo which unlocked the secret of the tower's shape. Stone writes that the shape of the tower is an "exponential function of the natural logarithm." (No details of the function are given, however.) With the special shape, fewer diagonal trellises are needed, which allows the tower to be more aesthetically pleasing.

--- Mike Breen

http://www.ams.org/mathmedia/mathdigest/md-200504-toc.html

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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby missarchi » Wed Mar 11, 2009 1:03 am

Vidusa wrote:EIFFEL TOWER AND THE CODE OF THE GREAT PYRAMID


that has to be the most relevant one;)
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby PTB » Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:28 am

Vidusa, I'm worried that you mightn't be getting out of the house enough lately. Perhaps you could try a new hobby like table tennis or silkworm cultivation. Try something different - eat an orange or roll up your sleeves.
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Sustainability » Wed Mar 11, 2009 11:19 am

Amazing!!! very informative
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby helloinsane » Thu Mar 12, 2009 12:06 am

This thread cracks me up.

Vidusa wrote:BURJ DUBAI TOWER (GEOMETRY)

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The Burj Dubai tower, tallest building in the world, is soon to be completed.* (click on the picture)


1º of the Earth's curved surface = 111km

Earth = circle = 360º

360º = 39,960km = Earth's perfect circle = Circle A


The circumference of the earth varies, from 40,075.02km at the equator to 40,007.86 The mean is 40,041.44km. You're out by 81.44km.

1º of the Earth's curved surface varies depending on where you measure it, somewhere between 111.312km and 111.133km.

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In order to travel the distance of 39,960 km in one day (24 hours), a certain object would have to travel at a speed of 462.5 km/sec. = radius of the Circle A


In order to travel the distance of 39,960 km in one day (24 hours), a certain object would have to travel at a speed of 1,665km/hr, or 0.4625 km/sec. You're out by a factor of 1,000.

The radius of a circle with circumference 39,960km is 6,359.8315km. You're out by 5,897.3315km.

Area of the Circle A = 672,005.7359km2 = Area of the Square B

The area of a circle with circumference 39,960km is 127,069,433.8904km2. You're out by 126,937,428km2.

C (one side of the Square = 819.7595598m = the projected final height of Burj Dubai tower*.


C (one side of a square with area 127,069,433.8904km2 = 11272.5m = not even remotely close to the projected final height of Burj Dubai tower*.

819.7595598 : 462.5 = 1.772453102 = √3.14159

11272.5 : 0.4625 = 24372.97

Please check your work more carefully in the future, our pyramid-building alien overlords hate sloppy maths.
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Thu Mar 12, 2009 3:13 am

BURJ DUBAI TOWER (GEOMETRY)

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The Burj Dubai tower, tallest building in the world, is soon to be completed. (click on the picture)


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Figure 1

Earth = circle = 360º = Circle A
1º of the Earth's curved surface = 111km*
360º = 39,960km = Earth's perfect circle = Circle A (Figure 1)

In order to travel the distance of 39,960 km in one day (24 hours), a certain object would have to travel at a speed of 462.5 km/sec. = radius of the Circle A (Figure 2)

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Figure 2

Area of the Circle A = 672,005.7359 m2 = Area of the Square B (Figure 2)

C (one side of the Square = 819.7595598 m = the projected final height of Burj Dubai tower*.

819.7595598 : 462.5 = 1.772453102 = √3.14159

The projected final height of Burj Dubai is officially being kept a secret**.

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Earth: 39,960 km:
http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:9Ix41JMnqeYJ:www.phys.um.edu.mt/NOTES/SCI1200/EarthLectures/Lecture6.ppt+1+degree+111km&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=17&gl=ca

http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:sy1KB87VJ_0J:www.ccpo.odu.edu/~lizsmith/Overspace_Institute_04/Computer_Exercises/Sea%2520Surface%2520Temperature%2520From%2520Satellites%2520Exercise.doc+Earth+39,960+km&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=13&gl=ca

Earth:40,077 km:
http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=earth+40%2C077km&btnG=Google+Search&meta=

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I forgot to place Figure 1! Sorry!

Is it OK now?
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Thu Mar 12, 2009 3:55 am

missarchi wrote:that has to be the most relevant one;)


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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby helloinsane » Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:11 am

Vidusa wrote:In order to travel the distance of 39,960 km in one day (24 hours), a certain object would have to travel at a speed of 462.5 km/sec.

Is it OK now?


No. You're still out by a factor of 1,000.

39,960km in one day is 1,665km in one hour .

1,665km in one hour is 27.75km in one minute.

27.75km in one minute is 0.4625km in one second.

You'll never be invited up to the mothership at this rate.
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Thu Mar 12, 2009 5:36 pm

helloinsane wrote:No. You're still out by a factor of 1,000.

39,960km in one day is 1,665km in one hour .

1,665km in one hour is 27.75km in one minute.

27.75km in one minute is 0.4625km in one second.

You'll never be invited up to the mothership at this rate.


0.4625 km/sec...

Thank youuuuuu!!!
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby helloinsane » Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:09 pm

No, 0.4625 km/second.
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:29 pm

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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby helloinsane » Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:36 pm

Don't thank me yet, you still have the area of Circle A wrong.

The area of a circle with circumference 39,960km is 127,069,434km2. You're out by 126,937,428km2.
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:46 pm

:confused:

Area of the Circle A = 672,005.7359 m2 = Area of the Square B (Figure 2)

I'm referring to the A on Figure 2: r = 0.4625 km
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby rob mc » Sun Mar 15, 2009 1:29 am

I fail to see the point to this thread
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Wed Apr 22, 2009 3:26 pm

THE GREAT PYRAMID AND THE EARTH'S AXIS

The Great Pyramid sits on the 30th parallel (30º N).

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Figure 1

Earth = circle = 360º
1º of the Earth's curved surface = 111km
360º = 39,960km = Earth's perfect circle = Circle A (Figure 1)

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Figure 2


1º
of the Earth's curved surface = 111km
30º = 3330km = AB (Figure 2)

β = 51.85399754º
Tangent β = 1.273240621

AB = 3330km

AB/2 = 1665km

1665 x 1.273240621 = 2119.945634 = H

2119.945634 x 6 = 12.719.6738km = d (Figure 1)

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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Sun May 10, 2009 7:19 pm

QUESTION WITHOUT ANSWER

"The basalt pavement is a magnificent work, which covered more than a third of an acre. The blocks of basalt are all sawn and fitted together..." (The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh by W. M. Flinders Petrie)

http://www.touregypt.net/petrie/c6.html#28

Basalt melts at about 984° to 1260°C. Hot molten basalt lava in the Temple of metrology was placed on the limestone surface. When this lava cooled down it was cut into blocks.

http://www.archiseek.com/content/showthread.php?t=5399&page=5

http://www.tlhigley.com/images/Egypt/DSCF2215.JPG

On the above pictures it perfectly shows the connection between the basalt lava and the limstone. Are there any egiptologysts, arheologists or architects who will explain all these methods of construction? No, they are quiet and mute because they do not have the answer. When all of them are silent, nobody else will even start to think about all this.
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Tue May 12, 2009 10:08 am

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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Mon May 18, 2009 7:03 pm

TIME AND GEOMETRY OF THE NUMBER Pi

Length of the King’s Chamber = 412.1316378 inches
Width of the King’s Chamber = 412.1316378/2 = 206.0658189 in-ches = 10 Royal Cubits

412.1216378/4 = 206.0658189/2 = 103.0329095 inches = 5 Royal Cubits

Geometry of the number Pi:

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Circumference of the Circle A = 3.14159 days
[B]d = 1 day[/B]
Area of the Circle A = 0.7853975 = Area of the Square B
One side (C) of the Square B = 0.886226551
4C = 3.544906205 days

3.544906205 x 103.0329095 = 365.242 days = 1 tropical (solar) year

100 x 3.544906205 = 354.4906205 days = 1 lunar year

354.4906205 : 12 = 29.54088504 days = 1 lunar (sinodyc) month

The time it takes for the Moon to go from one New Moon to the next is called a Synodic Month, and is 29.530589 days on (scientific) average. Because the orbits of the Earth and Moon aren't circular, and hence the two bodies don't move at a constant speed, the actual time between lunations may range from about 29.27 to about 29.83 days.

103.0329095 inches = 261.7035901cm

354.4906205 x 261.7035901 = 92,771.46805cm =[B] 927.7146805m[/B] = length of the four sides of the Great Pyramid’s base.
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Re: The Great Pyramid: metamorphose of the architecture

Postby Vidusa » Tue Jun 02, 2009 2:06 am

“‘Seventh’ is being housed inside of piramids, because it harmonizes energy, keeps your focused and helps in a better process around plantgrow, peace of mind and health.”

Design:
http://www.hendrikvanderham.nl/%5BSite%5DTheotherwayofliving/index.php

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