Now cue Roscoe with that ol' challenge.
David Williams seems to think that repeated
measurements being less than 10 metres out over several miles is confirmation that the geometry is happenstance. These are using his own findings.
The radii of these interlinked circles are listed below.
Circle 1 centred on Esperaza. Contains the churches of les Sauzils, St Ferriol, Granes and Coustaussa.
2 miles 1586 yards 2 foot 5 inches.
Circle 2 Containing Laval church, Bezu church, Esperaza and Coustaussa churches on the circumference.
2 miles 1670 yards 10½ inches
Circle 3 centred on Coustaussa church, with the track ways at Combe Loubiere and Esperaza church on the circumference.
2 miles 1580 yards 1 foot 7¼inches
Circle 4 Containing Bugarach church, St Just church, Coustaussa church, Serres church and Rennes le Chateau.
2 miles 1588 yards 9½ inches
Circle 5 Containing Terroles church, Castillou church and again Coustaussa church.
2 miles 1589 yards 1 foot
Perhaps I should point out that these five circles interlink as Vesica Pisces, where the circumference of one circle goes directly through the centre of the neighbouring circle. You will notice that Coustaussa church features in every circle. The figures are from David Williams.
I did ask David Williams what would convince him of a deliberate construction but he has yet to answer this question.
Basically if you go out to prove something wrong, you will do. The trick is to break it up into parts and ignore large swathes of data and hope other people don't notice.
Try to repeat these five interlinked circle using telephone boxes in London. It should be easier because you have thousands to choose from. Failing that try using tube stations.
Oh by the way you MUST use em all. Any unused boxes (tube stations) within the five circle area will render your effort void.
Thinks: That's the last well hear of David Williams for some time. David Williams always gets "Bored with the whole thing"
the instance his theories are challenged