Lemniscata and Kepler intro (II)
… you should do the following:
Opposite to 24th December in the same line but in opposite sense of direction as viewed from the center where the lines intercept each other, you should put 21st June.
… you should have one straight line dividing an area whose limits are the 24th December, on one side, and the 21st of June on the opposite side.
The divisions, in 30 arc degrees…
… Taking the Lemniscata curve you will see it has an eight like shape and goes not round as a circle, I made some indications on the image for which I provided the link above. Just look at this image, and keep reading below.
This curve crosses itself in one point which is out of the vertical axis, a little on the right of it, the two dates in a year which are in this interception point are April the 13th, and August the 29th.
… those dates are both before, two days before (2º before), the 31st August, and 15th April zero deviation between true and average mid-day.
You could think of those dates (31st August, and 15th April zero deviation between true and average mid-day) as the two values for a semi-minor axis of an ellipse, but you’re wrong. It is not so, because modulus for positions’ vectors differ between one another (a position vector in this case would be an arrow going from the Sun and pointing to the place where the Earth is).
… you should have twelve lines equally distributed around a circle, and two more lines for August the 29th, and Aprile the 13th.
Now let’s draw November the 4th, and the equally distant date from December the 24th, that’s February the 11th.
November the 4th and February the 11th are the two dates in a year where the clockmins to subtract or add respectively take their maximun values. You make one degree to coincide with one day, and there are 94º | days between one another.
It is an inaccurate fast way to balance the difference between the 360 + 5,25 days in a year, and the 360 degrees in a circumference. And I started with these two, because these two are limit values, such as those of 15th April, and 31st August on the other axis for movement.
So, to balance equally those 5 and a quarter days to make this calculus fit, you take 2, 1, 1, and 1.25, (I’ll fine-tune later on) in each of the extreme values, those corresponding to the Earth changing from going towards, to going apart from the Sun, and going upwards, to going downwards the line joining the previous two places in its orbit, and you’ll have the Lemniscata elliptically distributed around the Sun.
Being the intuitive idea that the Earth lets herself wander around two, one, one and a quarter, and one days while changing its sense of direction. And all this tripping around is what makes the true year differ from the 360 legal year 5.25 days.
I started this post making a summary of the previous one.
Instead of going on explaining, I’ll tell you where the Earth is now, and why I say so.
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The Earth is now (approximately) in March the 11th. I know it sounds weird and dangerous, but think it has been taking place for some years, it is not an instantaneous displacement in the Earth path, its elliptical orbit, it has been occurring from long ago, so, please, be calm, but not too much, because if nobody does nothing, and the world goes on with its current energetic, and economical model, the Earth may actually end up taking a big leap into its path, such as others for which there have been several hypothesis, like massive extinctions, ashes layers, or geological movements, releasing a big amount of overheat, and over-magnetism in the process.
Taking the papers where I have been writing the different times for the shadow of the Sun between 12:59, and 13:23, along with a value I measured last year in (2015, January the 28th), I can conclude, for sure that there is a ten and a half clockminutes value (varying all the time through the year, according to Lemniscata) to add for the geographic North at 13:23 p.m. here in Oviedo, this means the shadow points to geographic North (not the magnetic one) at 13:23 + 10.5 (), and that is 13:33:30
And this 10.5 clockminutes more for the time when the Sun is in its highest point above the horizon (which is what mid-day is), corresponds with 11th of March (or the 6 minutes and 30 seconds, plus an out of graph 4 minutes, in 28th July, but if it was so, daylight hours duration would be already diminishing, which fortunately is not the case).
It could be also the 18th of January, which is much more near to the date for today: 2016 4th January, there would be then 14 days in difference, but that is not the case either because of daylight duration (which I sometimes control while listening to amanecer aceitunero 🙂 because of a previous post where I explained dawn and dusk with an olive onto a pizza on a table).
According to an information I found, there is a more technical way to explain:
There are three types of sunrise and sunset, being this, astronomical, nautical, and official, and their differences are 6º lower respect the horizon between one another, so measuring the angle with the observer standing up vertically, and towards the ground, official is 96º, nautical is 112º, and astronomical is 118º, meaning this 24 clockminutes of difference in their respective times.
Vi lascio un link dove avete una spiegazione in italiano.
But I have also in mind another things I have been writing about for more than one year (in fact when I started writing this blog, I didn’t think it was to develop like this, it was at the end of August 2014, that I started to notice the unusual overheated climate, in October 2014, was when I started to revise my old books on chemistry and physics, and it was on December 2014, when I started to make observations related to precession).
I found the 30th October 2015, the times complied with the values according to the Observatory.
Well, I had also on account the weather, which despite AEMET’s chairmen claiming has nothing strange to worry about, is at least ten degrees above what would be the normal situation, ALL OVER THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE, resulting locally in no snow everywhere (but perhaps in the South, where it should not be occurring this time of the year).
It is a serious global problem, although I try to put it as gently, and less stressing as I can, and sometimes in a humorous way, to make it easier for all of you to understand.
And this post series ends here.
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Happy New Year !
(Spring is coming too soon, with flowery blossoms on untimed too early flowering plants).