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INVESTIGATION INTO THE ENTERPRISE MISSION'S PROPOSITION THAT THE 19.5 AND 33.0 DEGREE STAR ALIGNMENTS CONSTITUTE A PATTERN
The actual “touch points” of these tetrahedra are at 19.47 degrees N or S latitude on any particular planetary body, rounded to “19.5 degrees.” This is the source of the number 19.5. Next, when one takes the Sine of the tetrahedral angle, the following number results:
Sine (19.4712) = 0.33333…
This turns out to be the vertical “height” of the 19.5 angle within a unit sphere.
Richard Hoagland and Mike Bara utilize the “shortened” version of this, which is the angle 33. However, note how many “3's” there are in the above. Since the source of the Hoagland/Bara “angle 33” and angle “3 deg 30 min” is this “repeating 3's” in the Sine of the tetrahedral angle, that will be a key thing to look for in the data.