Even the simple wiki article on the
> subject Axial Precession is rather comprehensive
> about what is known
> Axial Precession is unproven. "Sealing the deal"
> on an unproven assumption is not scientific. As I
> have endeavored to highlight, Axial Precession may
> not exist. Other forces could be at play.
Surely, you acknowledge that the effect is observable and measurable?
Matey, you are too intelligent to fall for that Flat Earth rubbish? Please confirm!
If you are merely stating humans have never observed and recorded a full cycle, then I agree. However if there is "other forces at play" then those forces must produce the same effect EXACTLY as axial precession.
I seem to recall you have some affinity with the notion of our Sun being in binary motion with Sirius?
If so how does that produce exactly the same effect?
there is little reason to suspect it would
> be a massive departure from the range observed for
> well since the Greeks 2000 plus years ago.
> Not sure what you mean here. Are you suggesting
> that because the phenomenon of Precession has been
> measured for 2000 years then that, in a dynamic
> universe, this measurement can be extrapolated
> back in time to (Name a Date) with accuracy?
The deviations in precession rate are extremely slight so that would justify expecting minimal effect on an extrapolated precession. Unless there are massive UNKNOWNS yet to be experienced?
Do you know of any reason to expect such unknowns?
You know darned well there is no known
> evidence of any civilization lasting for 26000
> years and recording periodic precessions. The
> estimate is made by observing smaller chunks of
> Somebody seems to think otherwise.
We know this, because at the end of last
> year, with the help of Alistair Coombs, I proved,
> in a scientific sense, that these animal symbols,
> in Western European cave art at least, can be
> interpreted as the same constellations evident at
> Göbekli Tepe, which in turn are the same as the
> ones we use today.
> Of course, some of the symbols have changed over
> the intervening 40,000 years. For example, it
> appears that for at least 30,000 years, the feline
> symbol was used to represent the constellation
> Cancer, and likewise the bovine symbol was used to
> represent Capricornus.
Well! that is just utter fanciful rubbish.!
The poor self deluded man cannot see a depiction of a recognisable animal, on look at a vase or cave wall , without invoking constellations !
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 14-Aug-19 21:46 by Corpuscles.