On Apr 5, 3:50 pm, pete <pfil...@mindspring.com> wrote: > Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > > > The worlds first computer-- Antikythera Mechanism > > may lead to the clue of the Solar System solid body rotation. > > I hate it when they describe > the oldest known example of something, > as being the first. > > -- > pete
But do you hate it when they teach that Earth is gravitationally locked to the Sun by Newtonian gravity or General Relativity which in fact is impossible if the Sun is moving with a speed of 220km/sec yet Earth speed is a mere 29km/sec? That is something you should hate more.
I am trying to get Michael Wright of the UK who was involved with the NOVA Antikythera mechanism, to see if he can build a Antikythera which is heliocentric. And then if he can adjust the mechanism to include all the speeds involved-- Mercury 47km/sec Earth 29km Jupiter 13 km/ sec Uranus 6km/sec and most important of all, Sun at 220km/sec. A model of scale, but I think it is impossible for any model because of the 220km/sec.
Now I think it is possible if one more gear wheel is included in Michael Wright's model, for if he would add one more gear wheel for which the entire model rests at the center of the Sun and this gear wheel spins the entire box around in a circle of a complete revolution of 110 days. That one extra gear wheel will nullify the 220km/sec of the Sun.
I hope Mr. Wright takes up this challenge and I further hope that Mike Edmunds the astronomer for the NOVA "Ancient Computer" and Tony Freeth the mathematician in that program help out in this endeavor.
Basically I am saying it is impossible to have a true model of the Sun and planets when the Sun has 220km/sec motion in Space. And it is possible to have a true model if one more gear wheel is engineered so that it makes null the 220 km/sec and spins the Solar Ecliptic so that the planets all have their actual orbital speeds.
An author archive search for AP reveals massive vandalism starting May 2012 where only one or two posts per month survive, whereas another poster David Bernier, all his posts continue to be author- ?archived. A Google search of just Archimedes Plutonium reveals massive search- engine-bombing, and likely the reason for wanting to destroy the author-archive of AP. If we listen to the fool Jeff Relf: > Google Groups is 100% uncensored, so it isn't fully >indexed. Were Google Groups fully indexed, it'd be used to game >the system;
We would think all posters have most of their posts missing in the author archive, but apparently only AP is targeted for massive deletions of his author archive posts.
Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple and fair author- archiving of AP posts for the past several years as seen here: