Nautical Mile Predicated on Timekeeping While English Mile the Number of Royal Cubits of GP Base Times Yard Length


This morning on Fox & Friends, Princeton grad and military man Pete Hegseth surprising said he didn’t know the difference between a nautical mile and an English mile (what he called a land mile), unaware that the nautical mile is a subdivision of the radius of the earth (see Page titled Great Pyramid for Navigation) while the “land mile” is the number or royal cubits comprising the base perimeter length of the Great Pyramid of Giza (1,760 royal cubits) times 3 feet (a yard), 5280 English feet, the nautical mile 6,076 feet not 6,000 because the earth commensurate foot is 12.16 modern inches.