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A more "rational" explanation would be that the Universe is based on a specific schema/math/system with specific ratios and if you figure that out what those ratios are then you can create a measurement system that will invariably "predict" the layout of the Universe, but still that would mean that the Universe would have to be far less random and almost mechanistic and highly predictable.

In light of this, maybe Astrology would make a LOT more sense, and not be simply dismissed as superstition, maybe the positioning of Stars etc. truly dictates or at least predicts events on Earth.

I find all this to be a Statistical Impossibility (I am no statistician) that this 1 Single Object can encode sooo many constants and variables at the Same Time! How is that even possible? Yes you could encode a few but this much? and at that seemingly random stuff like distance to the Moon or the Sun or the Earth measurements or the speed of light etc.

How can ALL this be coincidental?!

Either was our Solar System "built" or maybe even the whole Universe, way too many coincidences here for all this to be random.

Ralph Ellis has shown in his writings that the ancient measuring system that we call "imperial" is based on ratios which also form the foundation of the measurement systems used by the ancient architects who built the pyramids and the megalithic monuments of england, or at least stone henge. his work very much parallels Onstott's work. Hidden in plain sight is outstanding and compulsory viewing for anyone even remotely interested in this subject.

Thank you, that was a typo. The lunar diameter should read 2160 miles. 2160 + 7920 = 10080.

Oops! Typo in penultimate illustration - Lunar diameter is of course 2160 miles!
Interesting article, thanks!