Theorem I is the first crop theorem found, June 8, 1988. By rule 2 (see Definitions), the DIATONIC RATIO of the areas of the outer and inner concentric circles is 16/3, note F in the 3rd octave. By rule 1, the ratio of satellite diameter to center circle diameter is 1:1, note C. Since there are 3 tangents the geometry is repeated by rotation 3 times. Field measurements by Andrews and Delgado agree with this photogrammetry. |
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Crop theorem II and then two applications of theorem III make the area of the outer circle 16 times bigger than the area of the inner disc. 4 X 2 X 2 = 16, which is note C in the 5th octave. Are the circle makers confirming these theorems with the embellishment of the 16 small satellites?
Text © Gerald Hawkins Photos, photo corrections & diagrams © Freddy Silva 1995 1996. Except photo of T4 ©Colin Andrews.
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