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8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye

 
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8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
My house is exact orientated in north - south direction.

In the evening I like to watch the sky.


When I look up and follow the front of my 4 floors building, I can see Polaris exact in line with the housefront.

Early in the morning things are different.
Then I can see Polaris 1-2 degrees more to the West.

Polaris star is wellknown for one important reason:It is in line with Earth axis, and therefore it marks the North

Therefore the Polaris star should be in the exact position, each day and night.Changing position within 8-9 hours is not to be expected..

Perhaps somebody can check this him/herself.

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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
This scientific info gives us a 23000 year cycle.
Precession is the name for it.


Precession12,000 years from now the Northern Hemisphere will experience summer in December and winter in June because the axis of the earth will be pointing at the star Vega instead of it's current alignment with the North Star or Polaris. This seasonal reversal won't happen suddenly but the seasons will gradually shift over thousands of years

[link to geography.about.com]

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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
This scientific info gives us a 23000 year cycle.
Precession is the name for it.


Precession12,000 years from now the Northern Hemisphere will experience summer in December and winter in June because the axis of the earth will be pointing at the star Vega instead of it's current alignment with the North Star or Polaris. This seasonal reversal won't happen suddenly but the seasons will gradually shift over thousands of years

[link to geography.about.com]

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Unless of course we experience a radical pole shift.
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
So


A cycle of 8 hours is not normal.

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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
So


A cycle of 8 hours is not normal.

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Any other evidence you can gather than just this simple test?
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
So


A cycle of 8 hours is not normal.

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 Quoting: owenmeany


Any other evidence you can gather than just this simple test?
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What are you thinking off ?

Perhaps you are in the situation to check yourself.

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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Magnetic Vs. Geographical North?
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Im an amateur astronomer, I can set my telescope to Polaris and it will not move as the rest of the stars encircle. An easy way to test your theory is to go on Craigslist, find a cheap telescope and orient it to Polaris and witness this yourself.

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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Im an amateur astronomer, I can set my telescope to Polaris and it will not move as the rest of the stars encircle. An easy way to test your theory is to go on Craigslist, find a cheap telescope and orient it to Polaris and witness this yourself.

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Thank you for your comment.
But

Its not a theory, its my own observation
And
I can do this observation with the naked eye (see titel)

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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Im an amateur astronomer, I can set my telescope to Polaris and it will not move as the rest of the stars encircle. An easy way to test your theory is to go on Craigslist, find a cheap telescope and orient it to Polaris and witness this yourself.

Problem solved under 50.00
 Quoting: Redpaw360



Thank you for your comment.
But

Its not a theory, its my own observation
And
I can do this observation with the naked eye (see titel)

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 Quoting: owenmeany


Yeah, but this won't convince the rest of us. You need some tangible evidence. Even if that means setting your camera up to video tape over a few days or something similar.
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Im an amateur astronomer, I can set my telescope to Polaris and it will not move as the rest of the stars encircle. An easy way to test your theory is to go on Craigslist, find a cheap telescope and orient it to Polaris and witness this yourself.

Problem solved under 50.00
 Quoting: Redpaw360



Thank you for your comment.
But

Its not a theory, its my own observation
And
I can do this observation with the naked eye (see titel)

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 Quoting: owenmeany


No, sorry, you can't.

When a person stands still and observes the stars above head, his eyes need to adapt to the light, then the eye itself sees stars move from atmospheric distortion. Known as Fact.

We get alot of posts here on GLP from people who stare at stars and claim they move in the sky.....

YOU think you are standing in the same EXACT spot everytime you make an observation from your building, but you aren't.

A telescope proves them wrong everytime. Just use a scope, try it.
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Im an amateur astronomer, I can set my telescope to Polaris and it will not move as the rest of the stars encircle. An easy way to test your theory is to go on Craigslist, find a cheap telescope and orient it to Polaris and witness this yourself.

Problem solved under 50.00
 Quoting: Redpaw360



Thank you for your comment.
But

Its not a theory, its my own observation
And
I can do this observation with the naked eye (see titel)

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 Quoting: owenmeany


No, sorry, you can't.

When a person stands still and observes the stars above head, his eyes need to adapt to the light, then the eye itself sees stars move from atmospheric distortion. Known as Fact.

We get alot of posts here on GLP from people who stare at stars and claim they move in the sky.....

YOU think you are standing in the same EXACT spot everytime you make an observation from your building, but you aren't.

A telescope proves them wrong everytime. Just use a scope, try it.
 Quoting: Redpaw360


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I understand what you trying to say.

Polaris star is wellknown for one important reason:

It is in line with Earth axis, and therefore it marks the North

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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
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Therefore the Polaris star should be in the exact position, each day and night.

Changing position within 8-9 hours is not to be expected
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Im an amateur astronomer, I can set my telescope to Polaris and it will not move as the rest of the stars encircle. An easy way to test your theory is to go on Craigslist, find a cheap telescope and orient it to Polaris and witness this yourself.

Problem solved under 50.00
 Quoting: Redpaw360



Thank you for your comment.
But

Its not a theory, its my own observation
And
I can do this observation with the naked eye (see titel)

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 Quoting: owenmeany


No, sorry, you can't.

When a person stands still and observes the stars above head, his eyes need to adapt to the light, then the eye itself sees stars move from atmospheric distortion. Known as Fact.

We get alot of posts here on GLP from people who stare at stars and claim they move in the sky.....

YOU think you are standing in the same EXACT spot everytime you make an observation from your building, but you aren't.

A telescope proves them wrong everytime. Just use a scope, try it.
 Quoting: Redpaw360


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I understand what you trying to say.

Polaris star is wellknown for one important reason:

It is in line with Earth axis, and therefore it marks the North

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 Quoting: owenmeany


No you're wrong, it's almost in line with Earth axis but it's not(45' from it).
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
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Changing position within 8-9 hours is not to be expected
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Yes it is, slightly.
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Re: 8-9 hour earthwobble cycle ? check Polaris with the naked eye
Im an amateur astronomer, I can set my telescope to Polaris and it will not move as the rest of the stars encircle. An easy way to test your theory is to go on Craigslist, find a cheap telescope and orient it to Polaris and witness this yourself.

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This is a good tip.

Us humans have relatively bad orientation!
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