**Andres J. Washington**

**Fingerprint Geometric Analysis**

*Time Times Time = Time (D² · Y = Z)*

**Copyright © 1980 Andres J. Washington**

**I have often wondered how much time would exist if time was to be
multiplied by time. So, I selected two
units of time; the day and the year. I
also selected a common denominator, the hour.
The number of hours in a day, 24 multiplied by the number of hours in a
year, 8,760**** ****(Note that 365 x 24 = 8,760)**** ****equals 210,240
hours.**** **

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**(****24(365 x 24) = 210,240 or**** ****24²(365) = 210,240**** ****or 24 x 8,760 = 210,240****)**

**To determine
the number of days which exist in 210,240 hours ****divide 210,240 by
24; 210,240 ÷ 24 = 8,760 days.**** ****(Note here
that 8,760 represents days and not hours as before.)**** ****To determine the number of years which
exist in 8,760 days divide 8,760 by 365; 8,760 ÷ 365 = 24 years. In conclusion, the number of hours in a day,
24 multiplied by the number of hours in a year, 8,760 equals 210,240 hours
which is equivalent to 24 years of time.
The interesting aspect about this is that the number 24 is coincidental
to hours and years. **

**An Additional Note:**

**Let’s look at the
mathematical expression which provides the number of hours in a year, (365 x
24) and consider the perimeter of the base of the ****Great Pyramid Khufu at Giza, Egypt****.**

9131

9131 x 4 = 36524

**Each side of
the pyramid is 9,131 ****pyramid
inches****. When the four
sides are added together,**** ****(9,131
x 4)**** ****we find the perimeter of the base of this
structure to be 36,524 ****pyramid
inches****. There are three units of time which are
reflected by the perimeter of the base of the Great Pyramid Khufu:**

**365, the number of days in a year**

**52, the number of weeks in a year**

**24, the number of hours in a day**

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