TEAM: Slowing

The Earth's slowing rotation in response to the approaching 12th Planet, aka Planet X, is becoming noticable. By early 2003, someone in France was noting Lost Minutes, by comparing old Moon Phases and Sun Rise/Set tables to new, Star Position, and computing a lost second per day via Clock Comparisons. The Old Data was collected in 1995. Others have noted recent dramatic Clock Differences with the atomic clock maintained by the Navy. Mike also noticed a Dramatic Slowing during Jan-Feb of 2003, and provides his Calculations, his Approach to Plotting, using the Best Clocks, showing a loss of 1/3 Sec/Day during these two months.

For those who did clock/watch synch with Mike in the past, and compared notes, a method of Keeping Track was devised. These clock times were compared against the official NIST date. This project had early Benefits. Sync times were Apr 15th, 1998, Jul 12, 1998, Oct 25, 1998, Jan 3, 1999, Apr 4, 1999, Jul 11, 1999, Oct 31, 1999, Jul 9,2000, Apr 1, 2001, Oct 28, 2001.

Mike has discovered that based on the Atomic Clock being set and reset by the Navy, as all these clocks worldwide sync with the Navy clock automatically, the data collected by the TEAM to date shows a Slowing Trend! Mike's charts, recently Updated on:
Watched Clocks/Atomic Clocks difference: A1 (2nd Integral), A2 (1st Derivative), A3 (2nd Derivative)
Watched Clocks Majority/Atomic Clocks Difference: B1 (2nd Integral), B2 (1st Derivative), B3 (2nd Derivative)
Casio Wristwatch/Atomic Clock Comparison: C1 (2nd Integral), C2 (1st Derivative), C3 (2nd Derivative)
Summary and Projection: D1 (2nd Integral), D2 Estimated Slippage, D3 by May 15, 2003
show this, so that Future Trends can be hypothesized.

For information on developing TEAM activities, contact Mike.