Space and Time

Time and space, though completely different, are inseparable because one can’t exist without the other. The moon’s circle of space divided by its circle of time (miles divided by days) is 577350692, (ratio of Sixth Line divided by Third Line, the earth’s circle of space around the sun, and the height of the Great Pyramid, in inches, divided by ten).

The earth’s circle of space divided by its circle of time is 158113883 (Sixth line in circle of One). The ratio of the earth’s space divided by time, divided by the moon’s ratio for space divided by time is 273812788 (Third Line, the sun’s circumference, the moon’s circle of time, and the inverse of the Action ratio of 3.51483716).

The moon's circle of time divided by its circle of space is 1.73205080, (the square root of 3, which, as the diagonal of a cube with a side of one, is geometry’s representative of the third dimension, as well as the ratio of Third Line divided by Sixth Line).

The earth’s circle of time divided by its circle of space is 6.34255532,(square root of 40, and is the ratio of Sixth Line to First Line or two times pi.

The earth’s time-space ratio divided by the moons time-space ratio is 3.651483716, the Action number, and the earth’s space-time ratio divided by the moons space-time ratio is also 3.651483716.

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