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Originally posted by Johnathanrs
reply to post by nikiano
I’ll post my conclusion upon your theory after you’re done collecting your thoughts. I will say you’re definitely obsessed with 2012; you come up with a new theory once a week. Who knows, you might stumble upon one that becomes the truth.
A processing of the results of the precise time measurements in the two hemispheres (Pavlov, 1970) revealed an apparent twisting effect. It is shown in the present study that the two hemispheres are subjected to constantly applied torsion momenta changing with periods of one year and 26,000 years. This follows from the annual and the 26,000-yr periodic transport of mass across the equator established in an earlier study (Shkodrov and Ivanov, 1980).
The discrepancy between the observed 20-ns/yr delay of the angular velocity (omega) of the earth and the 35-ns/yr delay predicted by the tidal action of the moon and sun is investigated theoretically. The hypothesis of Ivanov (1978) regarding the 26,000-yr periodicity of the solar tide (equal to the precession of the earth rotational axis) and the 1-yr periodicity of the transport of mass through the equator is applied, and it is proposed that the 15-ns/yr discrepancy is due to a systematic error of 10 ns/yr in calculating omega and a 5 ns/yr acceleration in omega. Both of these effects are shown to be periodic, changing every 13,000 yr, and the significant implications of these findings for models of the overall tidal effects on omega are indicated.
If the earth changed slowly over millions and billions of years, why would life evolve in "leaps and bounds"? That's the one part that didn't make sense to me.
And then I thought of the Mayan calendar. The Mayans were extremely accurate at predicting celestial events on a very, very large scale. In 380,000 years, their calendar will need to be adjusted by just one second. They also predicted events on earth, based on this calendar.
The Mayans believed that there was a natural cycle to everything, and their entire religion was based on these natural cycles. The Mayans also belieived that at the end of every age, as the earth passed through the galactic plane, that was a time for major change. Because they were so amazingly accurate at predicting celestial events, that also tells me that they were probably also just as accurate at predicting natural cyles on earth.
Originally posted by LowLevelMason
My prediction? Absolutely nothing will happen, and ATS members will magically forget all the endless doom events they have predicted and grab on to another date to predict Armageddon.
Which is the same thing that happened here in 2000.