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The calibration of the pyramid's geometry and architectural design features has provided a wealth of information all of which is invaluable for continuing the analysis of the pyramid's architecture. The following points are a summary of the key pieces of information from the calibration section.

- The scale of the model of the Earth from which the Great Pyramid is designed is 87500 : 1
- The second pyramid of Giza is in orbit around the Great Pyramid, with an orbital period of 87500 seconds
- The fundamental unit of time used by the architects is the same as our unit of time, the second
- The cubit is defined from the pyramid's latitude, and is 0.523333079 m
- There is a second measuring units in use in the pyramid, which is the perfect meter
- A primitive right angled triangle with a hypotenuse of 221 and side length of 200 is used throughout the architecture
- The gallery contains a computing algorithm for calculating angle changes
- The test angle of the gallery roof is arcCos(200/221)
- The length of the gallery and ascending passage are constructed to perfect meters lengths
- The building contains a specific construction start point that is only available once the geometry has been understood
- The trial passages, which are external to the pyramid, align with the internal construction start point
- The trial passages are located 200 cubits and 1 radian from north away from the east face of the pyramid
- The roughly carved tunnel which allows access to the ascending passage is an original feature of the pyramid's architecture
- The pyramid contains a forced perspective optical illusion which added an error to the original surveying
- The internal architecture on ALL current surveys of the pyramid is incorrectly placed
- The upper northern shaft has not been surveyed correctly and there are 2 upper northern shafts
- The internal architecture of the building has been corrected on the interactive drawing

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Last edited: 3^{rd} July 2019

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