Table for comparing 20 Atichinna Kms Dial with 12 Hours Dial :

 

Six distances that the earth’s equator rotates in front of the Sun starting at 0 from a new length has been shown in the above dial Fig-31. These have also been shown in the table below showing the so called time comparison to the distance moved. [These distances moved give us (see also page 39) different temperatures & light and dark effects which have led us to the false belief in time.

 

Atichinna Scale/12 Hours Dial

1                                                        

d1- t1

1 hrs

1 ÷ 12 x 20  = 1.6

1.6 – 1 = 0.1 and 1B

0.6 x 100 = 66 R

As such 1 B , 66 R  = 1 hrs

4

d4 – t4

7 hrs, 30 mins

7.5 ÷ 12 x 20 = 12.5

12.5 - 12 = 0.5 and 12B

0.5 x 100 = 50R

As such 12 B and 50 hrs = 7 hrs and 30 mins 

2

d2  -  t2

 3 hrs , 40 min.

3.66 ÷ 12.5 x 20 = 6.1 

6.1 – 6 = 0.1 and 6B

0.1 x 100 = 10 R

As such 6 B and 10 R=3 hrs and 40 min.

5

d5   t5

9 hrs

9 ÷ 12.5 x 20 = 12.5

As such 15 B = 9 hrs

 

3

d3   - t3

5 hrs,  45 min.

5.75 ÷ 12 x 20  = 9.58

9.58 – 9 = 0.58 and 9B

0.58 x 100 = 58 R

As such 9 B and 58 R = 5 hrs and 45 mins

6

d6   - t6

10 hrs, 20 mins

10.33 ÷ 12 x 20 = 17.2

17.2 – 17 = 0.2 and 17B

.2 x 100 = 29R

As such 17 B and 20 R=10 hrs and 20 min

 

Sl No

 

Fig  -31

 

 

B       R     P

Hrs.  Min.  Sec.

 

 

Lambu Kilometer

 

Normal Kilometer/sec

1

d 1

t 1

1B  66 R

1 hrs

3345.84

 

3339.58

5400 sec

2

d 2

t 2

6 B  10 R

3 hrs      40 min

12245.7

 

12222.8

12600 sec

3

d3

t 3

9 B   58 R

5 hrs    45 min

19238.5

 

19202.5

19800 sec

4

d4

t 4

12B   50R

7 hrs   30 min

25093.8

 

25046.8

27000 sec

5

d 5

t 5

15B

9 hrs

30112.5

 

30056

34200 sec

6

d 6

t 6

17B  20 R

10 hrs    20 min

34562.5

 

34997.8

37800 sec

 

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