3)   So let us now once again go back and think of the Earth rotating in front of the Sun.

 

      Stopping the earth’s rotations is only a passing argument as we all love Sunrises and Sunsets and would not like the earth to stop rotating. We love light while facing the Sun and darkness when we are on the other side of the Earth away from the Sunlight. We love to see the Moon and the Stars and to be able to rest and sleep in the darkness of the night. However, this argument is necessary to illustrate that time does not exist and only distance exists.  As there is no time, there would be no Timepieces.  We now have a distance of L= 40,075 Kms. (24,902 Miles) revolving in front of the Sun from one Sunrise at PONTIANAK to another Sunrise As there is no time, we therefore would have to construct Distance Pieces. For this we would have to divide the distance of L= 40,075 Km into a suitable number of divisions.  There can be innumerable ways of dividing the distance of 40,075 Kms. Here of course we make four selections. See table given below. 

 

 

 

Earth’s Equatorial Circumferential Distance = 1 Length = L = 40,075 Kms.

 

S.No

Length

(L)

Basic

(B)

Range

(R)

Portion

(P)

Kilometer

(Km)

 

1

40,075 Km

L ¸ 25 = 1B

= 1603 Km

B ¸ 40 = 1R

= 40.075 Km

R ¸ 40= 1P

=1.001875 Km

Lambu  Kms

1P= 1Lambu.km

 

2

40,075 Km

L ¸ 24 = 1B

  =1669.7916 Km

B ¸ 60 = 1R

= 27.82986 Km

R ¸ 60 = 1P

=0.463831 Km

Chotu Kms

1P= 1 Chotu.km.

 

3

40,075 Km

L ¸ 28 =1B

=1431.25 Km

B ¸ 70 = 1R

= 20.446428 Km

R ¸ 70 = 1P

=0.2920918 Km     

Nicku Kms

1P= 1Nicku.Km.

4

40,075 Km

L ¸ 20 = 1B

=2003.75 Km

B ¸ 100= 1R

 =20.0375 Km

R ¸ 100 =1P

= 0.200375 Km

Atichinna

1P= 1Ac.Km

 

 

 

 Chotu Miles

 

S.No

Length

(L)

Basic

(B)

Range

(R)

Portion

(P)

Chotu Miles

2*

24,902 miles   

L¸ 24 =1B

=1037.583 Miles

B ¸ 60 = 1R

= 17.29305 Miles         

R ¸ 60 = 1P

=0.2882175 Miles

1P = 1Chmile

 

 

 

 











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