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Old 21st September 2010, 12:46 AM   #1
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Default What is Precession? (like, "Modern Astronomy is Wrong!) :)

This site replaces "Earth Wobble Theory" by a very different explanation of it's cause. The main argument is, days became shorter, not longer, like would happen in case of physical precession.

What do you think?

The Orbital Variance Theory , eliminates the present (contrived) "Earth Wobble Theory" as the cause (explanation) of Precession because no "wobble" alone, could have a cumulative/clockwork effect that could produce the phenomenon of equinoctial precession as we experience it (approx. 1 degree every 72 years and used to measure the length of astrological ages).
Additionally, I have searched for the 'Vector Math" (internet, libraries, etc.) that 'proves' or justifies 'wobble' as a primary cause of the Precession of The Equinox, and have found absolutely none, what-so-ever. Anyhow, 'precession' (physics/mechanical) describes (also) a gyroscope with a decaying velocity which, in turn, causes, the polar axes (axis plural) to 'wobble'. There is no indication that the Earth's rotational velocity (daily axis rotation) is problematic. Plus, equinoctial precession is the result of our 'showing up early' (Vernal Equinox) and not 'late' as the 'precession' of physics would dictate.



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I see one more possibility: if speed of Earth rotation around an axis through poles increases it can cause wobbling precession as well.
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Here's an audio-related thread about a site that is only somewhat less coherent
A case in point: Bipolar disorder with manic episode

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Wow, I thought that my new job title that I've had for the last 2 months was a bit pretentious, but "Cubic and Wisest Human" blows it away!
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Here's an audio-related thread about a site that is only somewhat less coherent
A case in point: Bipolar disorder with manic episode

And SY's reference:
Time Cube (edit: removed link as it is really, really out there)
I still don't understand what you mean, but I will definitely google for Time Cube. It should be fun to read, since I know SY has great sense of humor.
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