__The Distance to Distance
relationship between the Earth’s Equatorial Circumferential Distance and the
Distance Piece Dial Circumferential Distance. i.e. between the E _{ECD
}and DP_{DCD.} __See Figure 20 on Page 37.

Looking at fig. 20 we notice that
the Earth’s Equatorial Circumferential Distance (E_{ECD}) of 40075km =
86400 Chkm is divided into 24 equal divisions i.e. each Division
“D_{V}” being equal to 3600Chkm. or B= 3600 Chkm. These Divisions have
been numbered as 0, 1, 2,3,4,………..11,12,13,………..22,23,24= 0 (starting of a new
revolution) and then again 1, 2, 3,4,…… and so on . As the Earth rotates on its
axis, it moves through all these 24 Divisions. These Distances Travelled by the
Equator are matched to the movement of the Needles B, R & P (Needle
P’s movement has been ignored as the Divisions are too fine for this Fig.7
of Page 14 and Fig. 9 of page 16 may be referred to see the fine divisions of
Needle P). We notice at the starting of a new Revolution of the Equatorial
Distance i.e. B=0 both the needles B & R are in the perfectly vertical
position, which means 24 Basics of the previous Revolutions and 0 Basics of the
New Revolution coincide. At 1B; B=1 and Needle R after having made a full
Revolution of the Dial face (D_{F}) is once again back at the previous
vertical position i.e. one full Dial face (D_{F}R-60) movement of Needle
R on the Distance Piece gives 1 Basic; 0 to 1 on the Earth’s Equator. Also
Needle B moves 1/12^{th} of the Dial Face (D_{F}B-1/12) as shown
in Dial 1B. Similarly as the Earth’s Equator turns further to 2 Basics, Needle R
makes one more full Dial (D_{F}R-60) revolution and comes once again to
the original vertical Position on the Distance Piece Dial (D_{F}) which
gives another 3600 Chkm on the Earth’s Equator. Also Needle B moves 2/12 of the
Dial (D_{F}B-2/12) distance as shown in Dial (D_{F}B-2/12).

Similarly, if we go to 9 Basics
on the Equator, then Needle R would be making its 9^{th} complete Dial
(D_{F} R-60) Revolution indicating 9 basics on the Earth’s Equator. Also
Needle B would move to a position which is (D_{F}E-9/12) of the
Dial (D_{F}), as shown in Dial (9B). * (For symbols refer page
17)*

** Note: 9 **One’s
attention is drawn to the 24 divisions (D

Now when the Equator revolves
further, the Distance between 10 Basics & 11 Basics is divided into half and
then half again giving a ¼ D_{F}R (60R¸4=15R). Here Needle R moves 10 complete
Revolutions and then moves further another 15 Ranges. Needle B crosses 10 Basics
and moves forward another ¼ of the Distance between 10 Basics &11 Basics, as
shown on Dial 10B.15 R.

As the Earth’s Equator revolves further and reaches say 15
Basics, Needle R has completed 15 Revolutions and reaches the original vertical
position. Needle B takes up position 3 Basics; as on Dial (D_{F}) 3B (as
3 is 3 more than 12 i.e. [12+3=15]) as shown on Dial (D_{F}) 15B. **The
Equator revolves further till (WE BY RIDING ON IT REACH) 16 Basics**; here
again the Distance of B = 3600Chkm between 16 Basics & 17 Basics and the
equator is divided into 4 parts i.e 900 Chkm or = 15R (as 1R=60 Chkm &
900/60=15 Chkm) and the Needle R on the DISTANCE PIECES **(LYING ON SHELVES
HANGING ON WALLS, STRAPPED ON TO OUR WRISTS)** would have made 16 complete
Revolutions and moved forward 15x2=30 Ranges, whereas Needle B would travel ½
the Basic between 16 and 17 (i.e. 4 & 5 on the distance piece) on the
Equator i.e. 3600/2

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