How To Calculate Planetary Diameters By Reversing Phrasing For Distances

 

This is an important walkthrough for how these ratio types work. The file itself is outdated in terms of the calculator, but the explanation is relevant until the end of time. It can only be improved upon at this point.

I have included an in depth explanation within the .py/txt files here:
Py File – Updated 01/24/19
Txt File – Updated 01/24/19

#-----------------------#-----------------------#-----------------------#--------#
'Orbitals'
#-----------------------#-----------------------#-----------------------#--------#
                                                                     # Orbital D&D

first_syncopation            = input / n / np
first_syncopation_over_time  = first_syncopation / t

subdivide_decimal_half       = (input / n / np / t) / 2 / (input / n / np / t)
subdivide_decimal_third      = (input / n / np / t) / 3 / (input / n / np / t)
subdivide_decimal_fourth     = (input / n / np / t) / 4 / (input / n / np / t)
subdivide_4_13               = subdivide_decimal_third / subdivide_decimal_fourth
                             = (.333 repeating) / (.25)

orbital_syncopation          = easepoint_sub_ratio / input

orbital_base_4_13            = input / subdivide_4_13
orbital_base_1_4             = input / subdivide_fourth
orbital_base_1_3             = input / subdivide_third

nucleus_ratio                  = 1
                               # This means that between the sun and the 4th
                               # Body you have 1 full sphere (ratio)
                               # We are breaking the syncopation allowance into 4
                               # 72 / 18 = 4

                               # Venus falls at 36 (.5) which is halfway between
                               # The Sun and Mars at 72 (1)

orbital_first_body_distance      = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 24
first_body_diameter              = input / 24 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13


orbital_second_body_distance    = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 36
second_body_diameter            = input / 50 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13


orbital_third_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 48
third_body_diameter             = input / 48 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13


orbital_fourth_body_distance    = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 72
fourth_body_diameter            = input / 100 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

"--------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
"                              Off 360 ; 1st Cross Point                         "
"--------------------------------------------------------------------------------"

orbital_fifth_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 240
fifth_body_diameter             = input / 2.40 / subdivide_fourth * subdivide_4_13


orbital_sixth_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 720
sixth_body_diameter             = input / 3.60 / subdivide_fourth * subdivide_4_13


orbital_seventh_body_distance   = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 960
seventh_body_diameter           = input / 9.60 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13


orbital_eighth_body_distance    = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 1440
eighth_body_diameter            = input / 14.40 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13


"--------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
"                              Off 360 ; 2nd Cross Point                         "
"--------------------------------------------------------------------------------"

orbital_ninth_body_distance     = input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_third * 2400
ninth_body_diameter             = input / 240 / subdivide_third * subdivide_4_13

 # As you reach the 8/8 point, and as things
 # Fill, they push 3rds up and into 1/2 ratios
 # So they can satisfy 8/8 in 8/12

 # That is why Jupiter is 240          # Saturn  is 360 * 2
 # Uranus  is 480 * 2                  # Neptune is 720 * 2

 # The second set is 100 times larger than the first set
 # And twice as large as its own set
 # Because the thirds kept pushing on the
 # Easepoints

 # Eventually they balance out as 1/2
 # And the system starts to decay
 # This is what stops growth after puberty

 # When pregnancy starts, you add two DNA waves together
 # Which have billions of 3/4 ratios inside
 # They just keep pushing against eachother until they have enough space
 # What we eat keeps them going

#Round required due to binary (.99999999) limitations in circular numbers.
#Working out a fix as binary base 1/2.

#---#

             #You can calculate points using either fourths or thirds.
               #IE: input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_fourth * 18
               #IE: input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_fourth * 27
               #IE: input / subdivide_4_13 * subdivide_fourth * 36
                      # And so on . . .

                             In this case I used 3rds.