[time-nuts] GPS in the news
brooke at pacific.net
Tue Nov 18 17:57:42 EST 2014
Maybe it's moot. If a hunk of dark matter that's 0.75 of Earth's radius is inside the GPS orbit there's likely to be
Magnus Danielson wrote:
> Hi Charles and Joe,
> Read this, and hopefully you get smarter than from the write-up you linked:
> I could not find any attempt at sensitivity scale required, and thus the feasability of actually detecting these
> From a quick look at it, I have a kind of notion of what they imply one should look for, but it's not really well
> described exactly what to expect, but maybe it becomes clearer on a quality read-through. It is more suggestive than
> detailed method proposing, enough to show the idea, but not enough to implement it, it needs the engineering on top of
> On 11/18/2014 03:12 PM, Joseph Gray wrote:
>> Yes, I read that yesterday. It will be interesting to hear what the
>> outcome of the study is.
>> Joe Gray
>> On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 4:59 AM, Charles Steinmetz
>> <csteinmetz at yandex.com> wrote:
>>> Dark matter the source of GPS irregularities?
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