Why Humankind Chose Numbering by Base Six Not Five Escapes Darwinists Ignoring Rate of Earth’s Axial Precession


The darwinists would never have predicted that humans began to count using a base six system, because humans have five fingers or toes on their appendages, so that the earliest numbering system (so say the darwinists) of the Sumerians was base six (sexagesimal) is perplexing, only because they fail to acknowledge that the ancients measured the earth’s axial precession rate of 72 years/degree for geometry (earth measure), explained at Great Pyramid for Navigation under Pages.