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davidk 
Posted: Nov 6 2017, 11:19 AM

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https://www.academia.edu/35053330/STONEHENG..._AND_VALIDATION
Peter Harris has updated his ideas on the academia website. The unit is 14.142 inches an excellent approximation of root 2 and the unit works with the imperial system and the system Thom discovered at the Aubrey circle Stonehenge It is a complex unit and an example of how these units were curtailed to make them more accesible than the repeating infinite units. The unit is 99/7 x 16499 / 16500 = 14.142 99/7 = 14.14285714 repeating infinite unit of 4.5 x 22/7. To use this unit at the aubrey circle Pi as 22/7 needs to be amended to 22/7 x 16499/16500 = 3.142666667 ( infinite number single repeating pattern.) 
davidk 
Posted: Nov 13 2017, 10:17 AM

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There is a proof of the Harris and Stockdale Megalithic foot of 14.142 imperial inches.
Multiply by 4 to get the square 56.568 perimeter divide by 9 and multiply by 10 to get the escribed circumference around the square 62.85333333r Divide by the adjusted version of pi as 22/7 = 22/7 x 16499/16500 = 3.14266666r 62.85333333r / 3.1426666r = 20 So the circle radius is 10. 
davidk 
Posted: Dec 1 2017, 12:20 PM

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I posted this because i am in reguar contact with Peter Harris and promised him i wll do my best to promote his work ( Norman Stockdale the co author was his father in law, sadly departed.
The discovery of a unit 14.142 inches 1.785 feet long that translates length into astronomical information mirrors Thom's findings and they spent over 40 years amassing their data and were in contact with Alexander Thom. He discovered a unit of 0.816 inches used in the cup and ring markings at megalithic sites but they have discovered this different unit using the same cup and ring markings.This is a quandary, they can both be wrong but only one can be right probably. The chances they are both right given their data sets and findings is remote. They are both RIGHT!! Because of the similarity in the two approaches the units have had to be labelled as follows. The Harris and Stockdale Mehalithic Foot of 1.1785 imperial feet 14.142 inches The Alexander Thom Megalthic yard of 2.72 feet or 32.64 inches. The HSMF and the ATMY for short. The unit that meges the two is 0.686897 inches x 56 = 38.46624 /12 = 3.20552 This is 1.1785 The HSMF x 2.72The ATMY. What this means is that when one megalithic yard is used as a diameter the circumference will be 2.666r units. 2.72 x 3.142666r = 8.548053 this is exactly 2.666r units of the merged units. NO NEED TO KNOW PI!! Using only megalithic yards as the diameter the circumference will be megalithic yards x 2.666r 
davidk 
Posted: Dec 6 2017, 03:10 PM

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http://www.megalithic.co.uk/downloads/Pete...ons_of_Time.pdf
this link works to peter's paper on academia. What has gradually become quite obvious is that this unit 1.1785 feet works with the megalithic yard of 2.72 feet but only when Pi as 22/7 is manipulated to 22/7 x 16499/16500 At stonehenge the diameter 285.60 feet x 16499/16500 x 22/7 = 897.5456 2.72 x 1.1785 = 3.20552 897.5456 / 3.20552 = 280 exactly This suggests the true unit is 1.36 x.1785 giving 560 the number of postholes x 10. Putting this into context over 40 years of fieldwork and research has gone into discovering this ancient unit of measure. 