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Earth rotation looks a bit tippy

 
Anonymous Coward
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
Someone posted that link to show everything was normal, this twat says "it's dated the 5th! old data! no good!"
Now he's trying to say it shows an anomaly.


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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
This may coincide with the very low ionospheric pressure seen below.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


Was just a matter of time before some tard posted that trying to link the two.
Sheesh



It makes absolute sense to link the two.


Explain then


He thinks the solar wind is effecting the Earth's rotation.


Possibly, but not necessarily.
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It may be something within the core causing movement or something more unnatural and sinister but it is impossible for me to prove either way.
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It may be something within the core causing movement or something more unnatural and sinister but it is impossible for me to prove either way.
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It is impossible for you to prove anything you have said.
Ever.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
looks like it's back to normal from this data source:
[link to hpiers.obspm.fr]
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
This may coincide with the very low ionospheric pressure seen below.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


Was just a matter of time before some tard posted that trying to link the two.
Sheesh



It makes absolute sense to link the two.


Explain then


He thinks the solar wind is effecting the Earth's rotation.


Possibly, but not necessarily.


It may be something within the core causing movement or something more unnatural and sinister but it is impossible for me to prove either way.
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vacuous
One entry found for vacuous.


Main Entry: vac·u·ous
Pronunciation: 'va-ky&-w&s
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin vacuus
1 : emptied of or lacking content
2 : marked by lack of ideas or intelligence : STUPID, INANE <a vacuous mind> <a vacuous movie>
3 : devoid of serious occupation : IDLE
synonym see EMPTY
- vac·u·ous·ly adverb
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
looks like it's back to normal from this data source:
[link to hpiers.obspm.fr]
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It looks as though that graph is based on predictions made from on data collected before last thursday. I doesn't include the shift the appeared on the IERS graph from the 7th until today.

It will be interesting to see if the next USNO bulletin released next Thursday and corresponding prediction graph as if the shifts that occurred since last Thursday are not merely due to error, then the prediction line in the previous poster's graph should begin to head NW instead of SE.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
Its quite simple the spinning top called planet earth is becoming unbalanced. When you melt off the poles you no longer have nice heavy weight at both ends of the axis and the wobble increases. Weebels wobble but they don't fall down, but earth does.
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Its quite simple the spinning top called planet earth is becoming unbalanced. When you melt off the poles you no longer have nice heavy weight at both ends of the axis and the wobble increases. Weebels wobble but they don't fall down, but earth does.
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To cause such a dramatic shift of the northern axis?

I find that difficult to believe.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
Its quite simple the spinning top called planet earth is becoming unbalanced. When you melt off the poles you no longer have nice heavy weight at both ends of the axis and the wobble increases. Weebels wobble but they don't fall down, but earth does.



To cause such a dramatic shift of the northern axis?

I find that difficult to believe.
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If you look closely at the data in the links you have provided, you can see clearly that there are huge errors in the most recent x and y readings.

They will fix it when easter holidays are over.
Chill
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Its quite simple the spinning top called planet earth is becoming unbalanced. When you melt off the poles you no longer have nice heavy weight at both ends of the axis and the wobble increases. Weebels wobble but they don't fall down, but earth does.



To cause such a dramatic shift of the northern axis?

I find that difficult to believe.


If you look closely at the data in the links you have provided, you can see clearly that there are huge errors in the most recent x and y readings.

They will fix it when easter holidays are over.
Chill
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In which specific data set?
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04/09/2007 05:28 AM
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Indeed she looks abit on the tipsy side.

-25 Mili Seconds of day in the space of a few hours seems a bit extreme.

I would have to assume its a glitch in the data.

As you can see, on average there is a shift of +/- a few mili seconds each day which balances things out but this!

I don't know what to make of it, more data is needed from other sources to verify the validity of this reading.
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thats very strange..

someitme between 21/01/2007 and 09/04/2007 it jumped from

35x/480y to -550x/-650y

and the significance is... can anyone find the navy plot of the axis?
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[link to maia.usno.navy.mil]
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
thats very strange..

someitme between 21/01/2007 and 09/04/2007 it jumped from

35x/480y to -550x/-650y

and the significance is... can anyone find the navy plot of the axis?
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It won't be out until Thursday.
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Navy graphs don't include observed data after the 5th of April.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
So what does the seven year cycle relate to?

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Its quite simple the spinning top called planet earth is becoming unbalanced. When you melt off the poles you no longer have nice heavy weight at both ends of the axis and the wobble increases. Weebels wobble but they don't fall down, but earth does.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 205


''when you melt off the poles'' ????

the ice on Antarctica, and Greenland, is THICKENING!

[link to www.nov55.com]

You can melt the Arctic, and it would do FUCK ALL to the balance of the planet cos it's already in the water!

Not as simple as you thought, eh?
The sun worshipping babylonian fucktards of the mystery schools and their 1000 pindar penis points of light have mind washed a nation and desensitized human emotion.

People expect death now, they expect terror.
The mind isn't shure any more which is real and which is Hollywood.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
This may coincide with the very low ionospheric pressure seen below.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 219823


That image appears to be a *test* image, as indicated in the URL. Realtime images are here [link to www2.nict.go.jp]

In these images the pressure appears to be substantial.
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04/09/2007 08:07 AM
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
Chandler drunk again?
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
This may coincide with the very low ionospheric pressure seen below.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


That image appears to be a *test* image, as indicated in the URL. Realtime images are here [link to www2.nict.go.jp]

In these images the pressure appears to be substantial.
 Quoting: Stowaway 140821



It's not a test image. That was the image two hours before the pressure increase visible now.
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Chandler drunk again?
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He's clinically dead

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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
Q: A hot topic on the GLP message board
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is an aberration on the IERS website. The slight annual circular magnetic wobble at the N Pole, noted for decades, has suddenly gone left, literally, on the charts. This occurred around April 4. Iíve checked the HAARP data and found that April 3 seemed normal, but by April 4 HAARP had likewise gone flat. Does this have something to do with the roll of Planet X, the hose of magnetic particles from Planet X?

SOZT
More than an Intermittent Lurch
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
has developed during the 270&#61616; Roll
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
of Planet X, as this why would it not? Legend has it that 3 days of darkness
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
will ensue during the Biblical end of the world, and we have confirmed this with details of why this will occur. When the N Pole of Planet X points directly at the Earth, this is the reaction, the N Pole of Earth pointing directly away in an attempt to align end-to-end with Planet X. We have predicted, explained, that going into this posture the Earth will have a lean to the left
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
, leaning her N Pole away from Planet X as Planet X approaches in his retrograde orbit. The lean to the left is not as extreme as tipping backwards into the 3 days of darkness, but is a compromise the Earth is attempting, to accommodate BOTH the Sunís magnetic influence as well as the demands from Planet X. We have explained the Earth wobble
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
, detectable since early 2004 when the Earth encountered Planet X in her orbit, standing in her way, and halted in her orbit. This Earth wobble was a documentable Figure 8
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
traced by the N Pole, a pattern which recently changed to a lurch back and forth as the Earth tries to line up end-to-end with Planet X at times and then snaps back to align with the Sun again. What caused the change in the wobble from a Figure 8 to a lurch? The Earth is distressed, trying to accommodate different magnetic directives, trying to align with the Sunís dominant magnetic field while simultaneously accommodating the bully Planet X passing through. The 3 days of darkness will occur when Planet X has rolled 195&#61616; in her roll, where he is currently at approximately 140&#61616;. Meanwhile, what happens?

Clearly, being hosed by the stream of magnetic particles emerging from the N Pole of Planet X is not a mild treatment, as before the N Pole of Earth tips away into the 3 days of darkness, a physical move of the entire planet, the Earth will try to accommodate this hose by adjusting her magnetosphere. This is what is showing up on instruments now, a dramatic change in the old slight circular wobble in the N Pole that has been apparent since man began his measurements of this slight N Pole wobble. This wobble, a matter of a degree of so, is not the daily Figure 8 wobble Nancy and her team documented, which was more extreme. In that the Figure 8 occurred daily, and these magnetic measures were taken once a day, averaged, the Figure 8 did not seem to affect the overall outcome between 2004 and todayís date. But now something has occurred, rather suddenly, to change this measure. As anyone playing with magnets has observed, there are resistance points and points where sudden movement occurs. A magnet placed on glass has friction between the glass and itself, so does not IMMEDIATELY MOVE to align with a larger magnet moved toward it under the glass. Then suddenly, there is a jerk, a new alignment.

For the Earth, held in alignment with the Sunís giant magnetosphere, there is an equivalent to friction, resistance, which is the flow of magnetic particles moving along the magnetic field of the Sun, from the Sunís N Pole round to the Sunís S Pole. As Planet X rolls, lying horizontally along the tight magnetic field lines at the Sunís Ecliptic, increasingly pointing his N Pole toward Earth, this creates in the Earth a confusion, a warping of the Earthís own magnetic field! The magnetic N Pole of Earth, the flow of magnetic particles out of the N Pole of Earth, will attempt to merge with the N Pole of Planet X, flowing in the SAME direction. For the Earth, this is certainly not UP, it is sideways. Planet X is hosing out into space, almost directly away from the Sun, as it is lying horizontally at present during its roll. As the Earth is not yet tipped, physically, into the 3 days of darkness, the flow of magnetic particles thus emerges, out into space, from points BELOW the Arctic. Nancy has noted that the HAARP system
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, located in Alaska near the magnetic N Pole of Earth, has registered flat, likewise. HAARP has been located next to the N Pole as this is where flux in the magnetosphere is most dramatic
[link to www.zetatalk.com]
, evident. IERS
[link to hpiers.obspm.fr]
likewise looks to this source, as elsewhere on the globe, flux in the magnetosphere is more flat. In that the magnetic N Pole of Earth has currently MOVED, they are both registering flat!
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
Easter holidays are over, people are back in the office, everything is normal.
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Answer is HERE
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Descartes should know...Eats on the phone with him now.
X=X but we don't know Y...hee.
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Whatever is happening there is a sense that it is her business.What can we do? Except pray? We are passengers along for the ride.
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Ring of fire reloaded.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
This may coincide with the very low ionospheric pressure seen below.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


That image appears to be a *test* image, as indicated in the URL. Realtime images are here [link to www2.nict.go.jp]

In these images the pressure appears to be substantial.
 Quoting: Stowaway 140821



its quite normal, ive been watching that site for years.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
This may coincide with the very low ionospheric pressure seen below.

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]


That image appears to be a *test* image, as indicated in the URL. Realtime images are here [link to www2.nict.go.jp]

In these images the pressure appears to be substantial.



It's not a test image. That was the image two hours before the pressure increase visible now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 220678


I see that you are totally correct about that. My error, please excuse. Comparing the images, there was a very large change in just a few hours.
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Re: Earth rotation looks a bit tippy
Weebels wobble but they don't fall down, but earth does.
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Totally off topic.

A farmer went to his pasture after a tornado went through. He saw all the cows had been blown over, but the bulls were still standing. He asked one of the bulls "Mr Bull, how come you are still standing, when the cows have been blown over?" And the bull replied.....


wait for it.....


"We bulls wobble, but we don't fall down!"

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