posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 09:07 PM
Ok people, I'm starting to get kind of excited about this upcoming experiment, and yes I don't mind if it's proven false, but what if we get some
anomalous data showing unusual behavior during the Mayan solstice - wouldn't that be exciting?!
Still skeptical as to whether it's even worthwhile? I was thinking that too, but I think there may be reason for a certain amount of cautious optimism
in regards to the upcoming experiment. Why?
Well, from additional research from the thread December 21st, 2012 11:11am GMT - Snapshot
from Earth and Sun.
I've evaluated that there is a correlation between the Galactic Plane and the Galactic Equator, whereby the Galactic Plane
is an approximated line through the middle of the area of greatest MASS in the galaxy. Therefore, not unlike a solar eclipse where there have been
observed, with pendulum experiments, unusual chaotic behavior in the swinging pendulum due to a gravitational influence from the alignment of earth
moon and sun, what we have on this solstice is an alignment with the Earth Sun and Galactic Plane (center line through the average area of the most
Galactic mass including the central bulge because that's where the most mass is).
Therefore, aside from a full solar eclipse, there is no better time to conduct just such an experiment whereby there may be hope for some sort of
anomaly, which, in the context of this experiment, would involve your pendulum moving from a general north/south axis (were going to launch them from
a southern position, towards the north/south axis), back and forth, back and forth, to a wild and more chaotic swinging pattern during the "crossover"
point of intersection with the galactic plane.
I hope whoever's in is still in - anyone else?
edit on 15-12-2012 by NewAgeMan because: edit