Why Not Minutes Seconds & Hours in Base Five Numbers Why Base Six Sexagesimal Like Nautical Mile Timekeeping System?


Wouldn’t you think that the ancients, within the rubric of darwinism, would have subdivided the duration of a day by a base five number like the number of fingers on a few hands? And when hours began to be subdivided, sexagesimal (base six) was chosen too, long before longitude began to be accurately measured by timekeeping, for sexagesimal nautical mile mapping, which helps prove the ancients also measured time, to utilize the geometry of a hexagon circumscribed, but according to the earth’s axial precession rate of 72 years/degree.