John's post raises an interesting question for the astro-mathematicians of
A total solar eclipse on 1 July at noon at Rockhenge.
What is the formula to determine how many Aubrey Holes are required to
predict the next exact occurrence with no adjustments necessary?
What is the common denominator?
At 10:56 AM 12/22/2014 +0000, you wrote:
>Do we over complicate our understanding of the site, because we
>believe there should be more to it as a result of our fantacising?
>Do we play with the mathematics of the site with the hope of deducing
>some hidden mystery?
>It is amazing what you can come up with when you play with numbers. It
>is amazing how the obvious can be contorted into the illusive.
>We scorn at people who can line up monuments across the landscape and
>propose theories of ancient lines of communcation. All they are doing
>is getting some 'meaningful' results from the mathematics of the
>landscape as we seemingly do at Rockhenge, there is no difference.