[time-nuts] Relationship of relative stability between distantlocations using GPS and environmental factors
Tom Van Baak
tvb at leapsecond.com
Fri Jun 30 18:07:53 EDT 2006
> > >Eh... well, not the antenna. :O) That you stick onto a
> > >concrete piller built onto the stable rock.
> > At this point Magnus forgot to say: "You stop continental drift and ..."
> > :-)
> Ah, thanks for reminding me... ;O) It's a bit hot here this evening. ;O)
> I assumed it would be obvious that putting the antenna in a bunker isn't
> to give you the best of reception patterns. :P
> BTW. The antenna rigging I was refering to is valid for UTC(SP). They
> stop continental drift, they just measure it.
And don't forget earthquakes. The last one near here,
in 2001, moved my lab (and the house, and the town)
about 8 mm. See:
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