2 ).  Chotu Kilometers ( Note: -3)

Distance

C.  P.  Pg.3 Para. 3 Length – “This standard prevailed until 1799, when the legal standard length in France became the meter, defined as one ten millionth of the distance from the Equator to the North Pole”, which is the same thing as 1/10,000,000m the distance between the Equator and the North Pole i.e. 10,000,000 meters, or divided by 1000 =10,000 km.

As per our definition here it makes more sense to relate the meter to the Equatorial Circumference; the Earth’s Equatorial circumference has been given as 40075 km which does not let itself to be properly divided by 86400parts. This is possible only when one introduces  1 CHOTU KILOMETER, the length of 40075/86400 = 0.463831 km. (The CHOTU’S value can be calculated to any degree of accuracy.  The CHOTU can be measured according to the scientific advancements with the wavelength of orange-red light emitted from a Krypton-86 lamp. Or by the distance travelled by light in vacuum.)

Until recently, the meter was defined as 1,650,763.73 wavelengths of orange-red light emitted from a krypton-86 lamp. However, in October 1983, the meter was redefined to be the distance travelled by light in a vacuum during a time of  1/299,792,458=3.335640951982e-9 » 0.00,000,000333 seconds.  In the case of a Chotu meter it would be the distance travelled by light in vacuum during the Distance of

0.00,000,000333 ¸0.463831 =7.179339026498e-9 » 0.00,000,000,718 Portions (1 Portion will be = 1mm travel of Needle P on the Dial see Page 14, Fig.7) In effect, this latest definition establishes that the speed of light in a vacuum is 299,792,458 meters per second. So the speed of light in vacuum is then 299,792,458 ¸ 0.463831 » 646,339,847.9187 Chotu meters per Portion.

Earth’s Orbit around the Sun: E O® S  = 960,000,000 Km

365 ¼ Earth’s Revolution about it self = 40075 Km x 365.25 = 14,637,393.75 Km.

1 Light Orbit - is the Distance a Light Ray would Travel - when the Light Ray Begins its travel and the Earth is at a particular Point in its Orbit around the Sun and the Destination that the Light Ray reaches after the Earth Completes one full Orbit

(= 960,000,000 Km) and returns to Exactly the same particular Point. See Pg.6, Fig.1

Notation

O                     =    Orbit

Mo                          =    Main

86400 Chkm    =   L  ( Length )            2E        =   L  =  86400   Chkm

L/2                   =   E  ( Extent ) 12B     =   E  =  43200   Chkm

E/12                 =   B  ( Basic  ) 5M      =   B  =    3600   Chkm

B/5                   =   M ( Measure )         12R     =   M =      720   Chkm

M/12                =   R  (Range )             60P      =   R  =        60   Chkm

R/60                 =   P  ( Portion )           1P       =                     1  Chkm

1P                    =   1  Chkm

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