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No. Polaris is right where it should be. I see it every clear night out my front window . That blog is just the source of your nonsense.
It is also noted that Polaris is out of sorts? meanwhile this blog will tell you all you need to know about the wobble:
No debating the reality of Planet X and the validity of ZetaTalk.
75 pages of SOHO 'anomalies' here:
The 9.0 magnitude earthquake that ravaged Japan also shortened Earth's day by just over one-millionth of a second (1.8 microseconds to be exact), according to NASA. It also shifted the Earth's axis by about 6.5 inches.
By changing the distribution of the planet's mass, the quake likely caused the Earth to spin a tiny bit faster, says research scientist Richard Gross of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., thus shortening the time the planet takes to rotate each day.
"The position of Earth's figure axis also changes all the time, by about 3.3 feet over the course of a year, or about six times more than the change that should have been caused by the Japan quake."
Gross said the changes in Earth's rotation and figure axis caused by earthquakes should not have any impacts on our daily lives. "These changes in Earth's rotation are perfectly natural and happen all the time," he says. "People shouldn't worry about them."
Of course it has nothing to do with showing that the Earth's tilt has not changed. It has to do with showing that there are no significant unknown outside forces acting on the spacecraft.
If you search "fukushima shift earth axis" you will find quite a few items on there reporting this shift in earth's axis.
I dont know whether it has been mentioned here already but it was not only the Chile earthquake which is supposed to have altered the tilt of the Earth
The quake also shifted the position of the Earth's "figure" axis (which is different from the planet's north-south axis). This shift in Earth's figure axis will cause Earth to wobble a bit differently as it rotates, but it won't cause a shift of the Earth's axis in space -- only external forces such as the gravitational attraction of the sun, moon and planets could do that.
Once away from Earth the spacecraft will be affected by the gravitatational effects of the major planets and Sun just as Earth is. Those effects are taken into account when planning the mission. If there were some unknown body which could be influencing Earth, it would also influence the spacecraft. It isn't.
Once the spacecraft is away from the Earth, there will be no influence from any outside forces except those coming from space dust,energy etc. I dont understand your reply.
Correct. The claim was, however, that Earth's tilt is being affected by some outside influence. The tilt of Earth's axis can only be affected by outside influences.
I just asked how any Earth-based changes would effect a spacecraft in space?
The real proof of the case of whether the earth is changing its position would come from comparing old charts with newer ones while making allowances for the here-to-fore normal shifting of the heavens long recognized.
You refer to Planet X as a "nice idea"
I am under a different account now,but before on my old a/c i shared discoarse with you about Planet X in a thread.
originally posted by: PhoenixOD
When the article says they are sharing information with NASA it really boils down to someone sending NASA emails claiming something has happened. NASA probably gets all sorts of crazy emails every day about a wide range of claims.
The Earth circles the Sun in a flat plane. It is as if the spinning Earth is also rolling around the edge of a giant, flat plate, with the Sun in the center. The shape of the Earth’s orbit—the plate—changes from a nearly perfect circle to an oval shape on a 100,000-year cycle (eccentricity). Also, if you drew a line from the plate up through the Earth’s North and South Poles—Earth’s axis—the line would not rise straight up from the plate. Instead the axis is tilted, and the angle of the tilt varies between 22 and 24 degrees every 41,000 years (obliquity). Finally, the Earth wobbles on its axis as it spins. Like the handle of a toy top that wobbles toward you and away from you as the toy winds down, the “handle” of the Earth, the axis, wobbles toward and away from the Sun over the span of 19,000 to 23,000 years (precession). These small variations in Earth-Sun geometry change how much sunlight each hemisphere receives during the Earth’s year-long trek around the Sun, where in the orbit (the time of year) the seasons occur, and how extreme the seasonal changes are.
originally posted by: carpooler
a reply to: carpooler
These wormholes are something like the older CRT T.V.'s. When you turn off a CRT TV, you see the momentary red, green, & Blue, spot of color in the center of the screen.