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NEW DISCOVERY (Today) : The speed of light can be accurately expressed with only the number 3. Here’s how:

333° 33.3′ 33″ = 333.5641°….

1/299,792,458 (meters/sec) = 0.000000003335641

(1/(333°33.3’33”))*10^-8 = C (The Speed of Light : 299,792,458m/s).
(99.999999% Accurate).

Incredible COINCIDENCE don’t you think?

I wonder why we bother learning 299,792,458 meters/second when we could learn it as 10^8/333°33.3’33” if we just went back to fully integrating Compass Measurements (Minutes, Seconds and Base60) into our Mathematical Educational System?

Another Question: What else are we missing due to a wholesale switch to Decimal numbers?

PS: This makes me wonder if this might explain why Einstein insisted on the Speed of Light being integer 3 x 10^8 m/s or (1/(.33333333)) x 10^8 m/s. Perhaps he understood it was intended to be a Compass Conversion? 🤔 It might also explain some of the genius behind the Sumerian Base60 numbering system.