posted on May, 21 2014 @ 04:44 PM
Firstly, a reply to: Asktheanimals
, who asked:
To give the complete, technical answer, would take quite a few pages.
Did you look at the avg speeds? ——>snip
To sum it up as succinctly as possible:
Whenever the GPS switches over to using a different satellite, its position gives a jump in coordinative value, which the distance/time
integration function will interpret as being a massive acceleration (2nd derivative of position = d²x/dt²), or even a massive jerk
(‘surge’ = the 3rd derivative of position = d³x/dt³).
This error will manifest itself as the route displaying the aforementioned breakneck speeds.
Moving on, let's have some fun, shall we? And we'll see who all has been paying attention.
Earlier I posted
the rudimentary waypoint data which the FBI had
extracted from the Garmin Nuvi Model 200
GPS which was seized from the residence of 36 Yogananda St.
execution of a search warrant, and given to the Eastern
District Major Crime Squad for analysis.
Here's where it pays to have an eidetic memory:
Now, let's see what the FBI gave to the Western
District Major Crime Squad.
Why, it's the extracted data from a Garmin Nuvi Model 550
GPS which was found in the 2010 black Honda located in the
of the Sandy Hook Elementary School on 14 Dec 2012.
~Pay close attention, because based on what I just said, we now have—under one single
piece of evidence (filed as “exhibit #58”
models of Garmin Nuvi GPS systems, found in two different
(the following picture is condensed from material which spans several pages in the report)
† Just to preempt somebody from proposing an otherwise possible solution, this means that no, the driver
wasn't cruising around rural Connecticut with two GPS systems hooked up in his car.
edit on 21-5-2014 by 3mperorConstantinE because:
(no reason given)