Orbits&Volumes

Here are some orbital distances, radii, diameters, and even orbital volumes, with some unique relationships to other known volumes.

4.11.2017 
Let’s start with this one:
3,595,902,371,976,930,000,000,000
The volume of a sphere with a radius of 95,040,000 miles.

Next, the volume of a sphere with a 237,600 mile radius:
56,185,974,562,139,600

Now, divide 3,595,902,371,976,930,000,000,000 by 56,185,974,562,139,600 to get:
3,595,902,371,976,930,000,000,000 ÷ 56,185,974,562,139,600 = 64,000,000

Therefor:
Volume of an Earth Orbit sphere ÷  Volume of a Moon Orbit sphere = 400^3
(400 x 400 x 400 = 64,000,000)

Neat-O!  More than just a coincidence!
It was known that the Moon to Earth distance was 1/400th of the Earth to Sun:
95,040,000 ÷ 400 = 237,600

Let’s divide the key to the cubits of the Great Pyramid by 40:
113.0973355 ÷ 40 = 2.827433388
Divide PI by 2.827433388 and ..
3.14159265358979.. ÷ 2.827433388 = 1.111111111
Remember: 113.0973355 is also 36π, so:
40 ÷ 36 will also give you = 1.111111111

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