[time-nuts] Interesting jump in my Z3805
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Fri Jul 10 14:34:25 UTC 2009
Neville Michie wrote:
> Regarding the effect of solar eclipse on timekeepers,
> The obvious variables of gravity and temperature can be monitored,
> but what about neutrino flux?
> There is quite a lot of neutrino energy passing through the planet
> and it would take a lump like the moon to make a significant change in
> the flux.
> Of course if the flux was a variable there would be a daily cycle, but
> we can not separate that from other diurnal signals.
> Just and idea,
> Cheers, Neville Michie
Uhm... considering the efforts being put into detecting neutrinos, I
think the connection to crystal oscillators is sufficiently low to be
burried deep in the noise of the other sources.
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