Andres J Washington*
Fingerprint Geometric Analysis, USA
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Submission: February 05, 2018; Published: February 16, 2018
ISSN: 2578-0190 Volume1 Issue2
I have often wondered how much time would exist if time was to be multiplied by time. So, I selected two units of time; the day and the year. I also selected a common denominator, the hour. The number of hours in a day, 24 multiplied by the number of hours in a year, 8,760 (Note that 365 x 24=8,760) equals 210,240 hours.
(24(365 x 24) = 210,240 or 242 (365) = 210,240 or 24 x 8,760 = 210,240)
To determine the number of days which exist in 210,240 hours divide 210,240 by 24; 210,240÷24 = 8,760 days. (Note here that 8,760 represents days and not hours as before.) To determine the number of years which exist in 8,760 days divide 8,760 by 365; 8,760÷365 = 24 years. In conclusion, the number of hours in a day, 24 multiplied by the number of hours in a year, 8,760 equals 210,240 hours which is equivalent to 24 years of time. The interesting aspect about this is that the number 24 is coincidental to hours and years .
Let's look at the mathematical expression which provides the number of hours in a year, (365 x 24) and consider the perimeter of the base of the Great Pyramid Khufu at Giza, Egypt. Each side of the base of the Great Pyramid is 9,131 pyramid inches. When the four sides are added together, (9,131 x 4) we find the perimeter of the base of this structure to be 36,524 pyramid inches. There are three units of time which are reflected by the perimeter of the base of the Great Pyramid Khufu (Figure 1).
Figure 1: Perimeter of the Base. 365, the number of days in a year. 52, the number of weeks in a year. 24, the number of hours in a day.
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