Q. When I hear about the integrity of a Pyramid Model I presume this refers to the angles as well as the materials used. With the angle at 51 deg 51 minutes as being correct do you have any idea how rapidly effectiveness of the pyramid falls off as the deviation away from that ideal increases. Is the reduction in energy more pronounced as the angle becomes more accurate or less accurate?
A. Any deviation from the Pyramid's true angles of 51' 51 degrees... may lessen the model's effectiveness, but I believe if the numbers increase or decrease by more than a few degrees, the pyramid will still produce test results.
But the time required to achieve comparable results with a random replica, when placed alongside a properly constructed framework, the pseudo model will require substantially more time to produce the desired result.
I have no research to verify precise numbers, but as the deviations up or down increase, the outcome is lessened, and likely multiplies with ever increasing or diminishing measurements from the mean averages already suggested. Also, the tolerance for deviations in orientation from celestial north - beyond six degrees - can drastically affect the time-frame involved in most tests.