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In the 1990s, they worked out one Venusian day - the time for the planet to spin round once - lasted 243.018 Earth days.
But now, the European Space Agency's Venus Express orbiter shows Venus' spin is getting even slower and a day on Venus is now six and a half minutes longer.
Where Venus is not a magnetic planet, it none the less is not homogeneous throughout, so has points of attraction that can be grabbed and held back during rotation. It also has clumps of matter than become involved in a repulsion dance with any passing object. Venus is caught in the cup, and is thus quite close to the passing Planet X. It is absolutely subject to such push/pull maneuvers, as is the Earth. In 2003, when Planet X zoomed into the inner solar system, the Earth experienced slowing which totaled 37 minutes. This was hidden from the public, due to the cover-up, by periodic adjustments by the Navy, the master clock keeper. When Planet X moved closer to the Sun, this slowing stopped as the Sun was now again the uncontested dictator controlling the Earth's rotation.
Why would the scientific community publish such a minor detail as a slowing rotation in Venus, openly, when this is likely to raise yet more questions about what might be in the inner solar system? This is in anticipation of slowing rotation in the Earth returning, to throw confusion over the source of this. The cover-up is alive and well! Blame the Sun can be expected, as Venus is closer to the Sun than the Earth, and the claim will be that Venus experienced this slowing first. Of course, the slowing they anticipate to occur on Earth is much greater than 6 minutes. It is expected that even with the Navy's manipulations, the common man will notice the slowing on their manual clocks.
Originally posted by Haites
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