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Zep Tepi Mathematics 101

Douglas, Ian

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  "description": "<p><em>A mathematics course from the Zep Tepi era, where we plan and analyse a large building site, showing how the design mirrors the stars.</em></p>\n\n<p>A simple and elegant explanation of how Giza, with six main pyramids, was laid out, using &radic;2, &radic;3, &radic;5, &pi; and &phi;. The design incorporates the necessary elements for squaring the circle, area-wise. The design matches the heavens around 55.5k BCE. This could force a rethink of at least the history of mathematics, if not the broader human timeline. This effectively solves the puzzle of how Giza was laid out.</p>", 
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      "name": "Douglas, Ian"
  "headline": "Zep Tepi Mathematics 101", 
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  "datePublished": "2021-01-16", 
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  "version": "1.1.0", 
  "keywords": [
    "history of mathematics", 
    "golden ratio", 
    "squaring the circle"
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  "name": "Zep Tepi Mathematics 101"
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