Dial for comparison of 20 Atichinna Kilometer Dial with 12 hrs Dial
Given below is an illustration of how much distance the earth’s equator travels with respect to the sun i.e starting at a new length in comparison to the nonexistent & fictitious myth called time. Looking at Figure-32, we have a circle on a dial with 12 equispace divisions on its outside. These 12 divisions depict the so called 12 hours. i.e of a day or night. On the inside of the same circle of the dial we have 20 equispaced divisions depicting 20 divisions of the earth’s equator in the Atichina kilometers scale . Six examples have been shown in dotted lines on the dial in Fig-32 of how much the earth rotates in Atichina Kilometers in front of the Sun using the Atichinna scale, d1……d 6 shows the distances travelled by the earth in Akms in front of the sun starting from the zero position. Also t1 ……..t 6 shows the time comparison.