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Hi Lew – Yes, the annual precession rate is clearly increasing over the last few hundred years, a period of very reliable scientific records. Newton’s theory did not predict this nor is there any compelling explanation for it in the current luni-solar theory.

It does not appear that this acceleration is due to any increase in local dynamics (classical wobble) such as nutation (caused by the moon) or Chandler (still debated), as these are relatively small effects.

Our work suggests that a large percentage of what people assume to be wobble, is most likely the result of the solar system curving through space (not the earth wobbling relative to local objects), changing our perspective relative to the VLBI reference points (quasars outside the solar system). Under this explanation then it is easy to understand why there is an increase in the annual rate in modern times; it is simply the observance of Kepler’s laws at work.

According to Sri Yukteswar our sun is now moving from apoapsis (where it was at the depths of the last dark age) to periapsis (where it will be at the zenith of the next Golden Age). Kepler’s Law requires that a body is increasing in speed as it gets closer to its center of mass.

We tested Yukteswar’s three data points (and applied Kepler’s laws) against the precession equation given us by Simon Newcomb (the greatest astronomer in the US at the turn of the century - same time as Yukteswar) and found that Yukteswar’s was about 40 times more accurate in predicting the changing rate of precession than Newcomb over the last 100+ years. A link to this paper is on the BRI home page.

To boil it down to number of years it suggests the precession periodicity ranges from about 26,000 years to 22,000 years (over an entire orbit cycle) with an average close to 24,000 years (Computation at flat rate of 50”p/y is 1,296,000"/50"=25,920 years to complete one cycle, computation at 54"p/y is 1,296,000"/54"=24,000 years, etc.).



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The Celestial Clock 278 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 20:20
Re: The Celestial Clock 106 Dr. Lew Graham 03-Sep-12 21:51
Re: The Celestial Clock 107 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 23:33
no lost star, only knowledge.. 103 hendrik dirker 06-Sep-12 16:34
Re: no lost star, only knowledge.. 71 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 03:20
Re: no lost star, only knowledge.. 110 hendrik dirker 08-Sep-12 17:52
The solar system moves 75 Walter Cruttenden 09-Sep-12 00:20
Re: The solar system moves 105 hendrik dirker 09-Sep-12 15:43
Re: The solar system moves 54 Walter Cruttenden 10-Sep-12 07:15
It is what it is 81 hendrik dirker 11-Sep-12 23:00
Re: It is what it is 92 Walter Cruttenden 12-Sep-12 04:38
Re: The Celestial Clock 71 Corpuscles 03-Sep-12 22:52
Re: The Celestial Clock 72 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 23:57
Re: The Celestial Clock 73 carolb 04-Sep-12 02:24
Re: The Celestial Clock 41 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:22
Re: The Celestial Clock 87 Nolondil 05-Sep-12 23:41
Re: The Celestial Clock 39 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 20:56
Re: Yes, I get the occasional negative response 101 Thunderbird 04-Sep-12 03:08
Luna Capture 94 Dr. Lew Graham 04-Sep-12 04:00
Re: Luna Capture 72 Thunderbird 04-Sep-12 15:51
Mythology on Luna Capture 71 Dr. Lew Graham 05-Sep-12 04:09
Re: Luna Capture 134 Audrey 05-Sep-12 04:09
Re: Yes, I get the occasional negative response 53 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:25
Re: The Celestial Clock 79 Bibhu Dev Misra 04-Sep-12 08:42
Re: The Celestial Clock 75 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:39
Re: The Celestial Clock 79 Bibhu Dev Misra 05-Sep-12 08:25
Re: The Celestial Clock 85 Walter Cruttenden 05-Sep-12 19:59
Re: The Celestial Clock 50 Sirius7237 04-Sep-12 16:11
Re: The Celestial Clock 66 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 20:32
Re: The Celestial Clock, 54 michael seabrook 05-Sep-12 21:53
Re: The Celestial Clock, 78 Walter Cruttenden 06-Sep-12 06:54
Re: The Celestial Clock, 70 michael seabrook 06-Sep-12 21:00
The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 76 Dr. Lew Graham 06-Sep-12 21:16
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 91 carolb 06-Sep-12 22:49
Explain 21 December 2012 precisely? 71 Dr. Lew Graham 06-Sep-12 23:21
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 76 michael seabrook 07-Sep-12 14:13
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 53 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 21:24
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 82 michael seabrook 08-Sep-12 12:21
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 52 Walter Cruttenden 08-Sep-12 19:34
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 81 Bibhu Dev Misra 09-Sep-12 07:37
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 36 Walter Cruttenden 10-Sep-12 07:41
Re: The Celestial Clock 64 Bibhu Dev Misra 07-Sep-12 19:17
Re: The Celestial Clock 81 Walter Cruttenden 08-Sep-12 19:27
Queastion: Earth crust displacement 89 finaltom 30-Sep-12 02:52
Re: Queastion: Earth crust displacement 88 Walter Cruttenden 30-Sep-12 21:56
Re: Queastion: Earth crust displacement 65 finaltom 30-Sep-12 23:04


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