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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #105 on: November 25, 2013, 03:59:28 pm »
Well, c-mon then, math boy, can I ignore the Sun because the moon is so much closer...  Or are you just going to leave me hanging? :lulz:
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #106 on: November 25, 2013, 06:33:10 pm »
Well, c-mon then, math boy, can I ignore the Sun because the moon is so much closer...  Or are you just going to leave me hanging? :lulz:

of course not | However {LoC) || i had to B at the
bank at 9 for Money M talk | & stop on the way at the Loaf&Fish to find
the ypg 535 Yamaha model{LoT) number to get the mUs thread stitched



i will say the math is complex / & the music Taint easy either | so it will be
days if not weeks B4 i start to get the picture | G. was out | so no Mm2day:

1:13-> the thing that really frosts my B is the  fact
i'poise  no one even tries to defuse  HerCanes at sea before they
reach 5 or 2 for that matter
{try dropping ice cubes in front
Or oil slicks | cold water from the depths | anything other than DO
NOTHING BUT MONITER????/ {Never Mind :: back2back2
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #107 on: November 25, 2013, 09:39:22 pm »
Well, c-mon then, math boy, can I ignore the Sun because the moon is so much closer...  Or are you just going to leave me hanging? :lulz:

of course not | However {LoC) || i had to B at the
bank at 9 for Money M talk | & stop on the way at the Loaf&Fish to find
the ypg 535 Yamaha model{LoT) number to get the mUs thread stitched



Cool - have fun with the axe - looks like a serious set of keys right there :)

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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #108 on: November 25, 2013, 10:29:25 pm »

ad 3846 not doing well on the MTD project tbD? }

THE OBJECT FOR A WHILE IS TO STUDY THE 3 {MOON,TIDE,DIST
12:35       P  11 / 6-->|<--A 11 / 22-->|<--P 12 / 4-->|<--A 12 / 19
12:24PM N11.3+8=Lo11/11 F11.17+10=Lo11/27 N12.2+7=Lo12/09 F12.16+11=Lo12/27 Y?

7:50AM ad 3832 /NEW&FULL Moon/Lo.tide?Timing?/?
full 11 17 Lo=2013/11/27 | new  12  3 Lo=2013/12/09 tbc?tbd

1:51 ad 3812 8:28 ad 3821 :fnord: Bac2mUs2 4Word.ESp :fnord:
2:22-Lots of LoC 2day & No C after SC ha ha HE Thanks anyway TBC}?
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #109 on: November 28, 2013, 09:48:52 pm »
ad 3846 not doing well on the MTD project tbD? }

ad 3854
Lemme begin somewhere else | My dispute with the religion called science
in my view of it the hold to a concept | the call the second
the second {it appears to me {{ to be the idea {{{ it is a constant
perhaps constant is the wrong choice of words | invariant
ONE SIZE FITS ALL? | I DO NOT AGREE |  EVER UNIT
of time is a variable | Year Month day | ever one a variable
and the S is no exception {in my way of thinking about ~" THEM"~

                                                                              :"LoC":
Day_n =  20131128 t_Start =  949   YEAH: NOW THIS2}
load p -ascii
load mn -ascii
p=p';
mx(1,:)=mn
mx(2,:)=d;
mx(3,:)=p;
save mxa mx -ascii
mx(2,:)=p;
mx(3,:)=d;
save mxb mx -ascii
mxc =
     2456274     2456275      357082
     2456289     2456288      406090
     2456304     2456303      360041
     2456319     2456315      405321
     2456333     2456331      365318
     2456349     2456343      404490
     2456363     2456358      369973
     2456378     2456371      404251
     2456392     2456383      367505
     2456408     2456399      404859
     2456422     2456410      362278
     2456437     2456426      405852
     2456452     2456439      358394
     2456466     2456454      406483
     2456481     2456467      357015
     2456496     2456481      406474
     2456511     2456495      358429
     2456525     2456508      405846
     2456540     2456524      362269
     2456554     2456536      404890
     2456570     2456551      367390
     2456584     2456563      404309
     2456600     2456577      369821
     2456614     2456591      404579
     2456629     2456603      365366
     2456643     2456619      405467
     2456658     2456631      360078
     2456673     2456647      406276
     2456688     2456659      356962
     2456703     2456674      406529
     2456717     2456688      357107
     2456733     2456701      406242
     2456747     2456716      360439
     2456762     2456728      405394
     2456776     2456744      365696
     2456792     2456756      404514
     2456806     2456771      369765
     2456821     2456784      404321
     2456835     2456796      367095
     2456850     2456812      404967
     2456865     2456824      362091
     2456880     2456839      405939
     2456895     2456852      358297
     2456909     2456867      406544
     2456924     2456880      356922
     2456938     2456894      406533
     2456954     2456909      358414
     2456968     2456921      405861
     2456984     2456937      362482
     2456998     2456949      404891
     2457013     2456965      367867
     2457027     2456977      404336
     2457043     2456990      369842
     2457057     2457005      404597
     2457072     2457016      364805
     2457087     2457032      405404
     2457101     2457044      359664
     2457117     2457060      406142
     2457131     2457073      357010
     2457146     2457087      406389
save mxc.txt mxc -ascii
mx(3,:)=mx(1,:)-mx(2,:);
mx(3,:)=mx(1,:)-mx(2,:)
mxc=mx'
j1=mxc(2:60,2)-mxc(1:59,2)
j1 =
    13
    15
    12
    16
    12
    15
    13
    12
    16
    11
    16
    13
    15
    13
    14
    14
    13
    16
    12
    15
    12
    14
    14
    12
    16
    12
    16
    12
    15
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    15
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    16
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    15
    13
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    15
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    11
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    12
    16
    13
    14
x=1:59;
plot(x,j1,x,j1,'ro')
load p2 -ascii
y=ones(60);
plot(p2,y,'b+',mn,y,'ro')

plot(p2(1:15),y(1:15),'b+',mn(1:15),y(1:15),'ro')

figure(2)

plot(p2(15:30),y(15:30),'b+',mn(15:30),y(15:30),'ro')

figure(3)

plot(p2(30:45),y(30:45),'b+',mn(30:45),y(30:45),'ro')

figure(4)

plot(p2(45:60),y(45:60),'b+',mn(45:60),y(45:60),'ro')
ze
t_End =  1122 t_Spent =    93
{ just for the plot
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #110 on: November 28, 2013, 10:08:42 pm »
2014 Apr 15: Total Lunar Eclipse  2014 Oct 08:
turning the plots into Figs took another 2-4 Hr Hr Hr's{Hz?


yeah? the numbers drift about usuall within a day or two
& plot v PLOT does too. usually one moon | one way or the other

{never mind this is a general over view and it matters not.
Going foward} the idea is to generate the TIDES data
&2 compare TIDE data | with Lunar & Perigee plots {data) so the
dP change in Lunar Range can be factored out its about 40k KM in 400????/
once that data is in matlab ? the try to compare the 40K data
with the dT.tides data.
Thus i should arrive at some GoFee numbers
about fractional days v % 40 kKM | about the length of TIME it takes
for the gravity of the Moon to reach Earth. | i doubt that it is instant .
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #111 on: November 28, 2013, 10:39:20 pm »
IN OTHER WORDS?  if you see an animation ..
about the Moon in orbit about the tide covered Earth
over a background of a cobweb background matrix
the general view would be the webs radials
would be a straight line Earth to moon
with the tidal bulge displaced ahead ????/
due to Earths rotational velocity

My view of the animation is not straight.
Those radials would spiral & the spiral would be dynamic
constantly changing with lunar distance
&i should have a true plot B4 any one else | /-/A /-/@ Ha {never MiND

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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #112 on: November 29, 2013, 05:06:16 am »
YEAH? WHAT?/? the prelim data strongly suggest to Me
the gravitational lines of force Earth to point A &
point A to Moon is indeed NOT as science suggests
Cartesian | instead in 2D it is 2 polar plots E)A(M  of
Variable length from 6 to 11 dDd's | under the
influence of lunar distance. Plot Pending

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2012                                                                               PG                  AP
N              12  12   +?  ?????????????              12/12  357       25 406
F   2012  12  27 +10  2013/01/06     
N  2013    1  11    +6  2013/01/17-18                    1/10  360      22  405
F  2013    1  26   +10  2013/02/03
N  2013    2  9       +7  2013/02/16                          2/7   365      18   404
F   2013  2  25      +9  2013/03/05&07                   
N   2013  3  11    +11 2013/03/22 9:12   0.0        3/5   369       18   404
F     2013  3  26   +10 2013/04/05 9:02  -1.2       3/30  367     4/15 404
N    2013  4  9     +11  2013/04/20 8:43  -0.7&21 9:23  -0.7
F    2013  4  25    +8    2013/05/03 8:04  -1.7       4/27  362    5/13  405
N   2013  5  9     +10   2013/05/19 8:18  -1.1&/20 8:59  -1.1   
F   2013  5  24     +8   2013/06/01 7:51  -1.8         5/25  358    6/9    406
N   2013  6  8     +10   2013/06/18     01:31   9.2
F   2013  6  22     +8    2013/06/30     00:27   9.2     07:34  -1.7    6/23 357   7/6  406
N   2013  7  7      +10   2013/06/17                                                    7/21 358    8/2 405
F    2013  7  22      +7   2013/07/29     00:11   8.7     07:12  -1.3     1
N    2013  8  6        +9   2013/08/15     01:14   8.8     07:52  -1.3     
F     2013  8  20      +8   2013/08/28     00:40   8.0     07:17  -0.6   8/18 362   8/30 404
N     2013  9  4      +10   2013/09/14                                                   9/15 367  9/27 404
F     2013  9  18    +10   2013/09/28  13:43   8.3    20:20  -0.5  &/29       14:13   8.3     20:58  -0.5   
N     2013  10  4     +9   2013/10/13     01:58   8.1     07:46   0.8     13:45   9.5     20:34  -1.5   10/10 369  10/25 404
F     2013  10  18 +10    2013/10/28     02:08   7.5     07:42   2.0     13:30   8.9     20:28  -0.8   
N     2013  11  3     +7    2013/11/10     01:03   8.1     06:41   1.6     12:39  10.0     19:37  -1.6   11/6  365   11/22 405
F      2013  11  17 +10   
N     2013  12  2     +7   2013/12/09     00:57   8.0     06:24   2.5     12:20  10.3     19:27  -1.5    12/4   360   12/19 406
F      2013  12  16  +10   2013/12/26     02:09   7.9     07:31   3.1     13:14   9.7     20:19  -0.8
N    2013  12  31                                                                                                                                        1/1    356   1/15   406
F
N                                                                                                                                                                    1/30 357   2/11   406
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #113 on: November 29, 2013, 02:40:09 pm »
0K My protest v the Cartesian coordinateds' spelling check:
Did you mean: cartesian coordinates? of course left out an o
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cartesian_coordinate_system
Yes: dr's that is where SI's went wrong {no doubt in my mind
Look its very true, i do not have it fingered right yet either
the spiral shown about the Moon was wrong for example | dillusion.
let me try the impossible | by looking at the dimeMENTION below quant(U)m
__d4__  clock 2:  electrons orbit proton // electrons spin
***[ PREPOSED TABLE of quantmPHYSICAL UNITS ]********

__d5__  clock 1:  no words would be know about these(orbit//spin)
***[ PREPOSED TABLE of minisqualPHYSICAL UNITS ]*********

HERE in minis space U probably find string theorists
bless their collective knee jerk reactions
as the Earth spins {BENEATH THE MOON) it seams reasonable
to me that the strings in minis space are aligned & stretched to tension

stretched to tension = gravitational force {maybe????/
and it is done in a polar manor not on a cartesians plain
and YoY IS cartesian show as Miss Spelled ┐computer?

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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #114 on: November 30, 2013, 10:47:26 am »
ad 3992 THE MONTH GRINDS TO AN END thankfully
i was D'lighted with the polar concept |
 even with the wrong Moon curve
 
i did have a strange dream about trying to post to a thread
the mouse arrow refused to stop on the right click box
&i don't REMember which thread it was |
another dream repeats itself over & OVER {bad COLD?
ITS ABOUT  taking a photo of the Full Moon when at NODE { eclipse ????/
For some reason there is a verticle pole | and the moon next to it

|░ <the camera is repositioned to touch the left edge of the MOON
to the right side of the pole at contact the photo
of the Lunar Node is taken print a caption Lunar Node TBD}

http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/lunar.html
2014 Apr 15: Total Lunar Eclipse mid D Moon
FULL MOON ?DATE:  2014  4  14 APOGEE 405kKM  2014  4  8 p22=370k
2014 Oct 08: Total Lunar Eclipse near DISTANCE
PERIGEE 362482KM 2014  10  6  | FULL  2014  10  7 = data questions
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #115 on: December 01, 2013, 10:49:29 am »
ad 4004  DECEMBERS?'s
%%%%% Day_n = 20131201 t_Start =  932
d=0:2*pi/60:2*pi; t=-3.*d; polar(t,d)
axis('off')
d=0:0.04:6; t=-6.3.*d; polar(t,d,'b-')
hold on
polar(t-3.14,d,'r-')
%%%%% t_End = 938 t_Spent =  6

don't believe it | it took hours & hours tweeking
the parameters | total of ?=6to8 counting colors

STEP SIZE is one, don't 4get.it begin & end 2&3(x2)=5 &d*
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« Reply #116 on: December 03, 2013, 12:34:03 am »
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« Reply #117 on: December 07, 2013, 03:51:23 pm »
2013 Jade Rabbit Dec1 ? 12?15?                       <v  ad 4119  v>
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I DO KNOW intolerance. is =2 ad 4032 too.
20131209 @=7 Who was the Chinese astrologer 12/1
?G1  :fnord: Xinhua, Ouyang Ziyuan, head of the moon rover project
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #118 on: December 08, 2013, 07:01:12 am »
ad 4135 subject to revisions & NMM linefit & xexpfit .m file upload

%%%%% Day_n = 20131207 t_Start =  1434
load y1.x
ya=y1(1:16)';
l=1:60;
l1=1:16;
plot(l,y1(:,4))
whos
ya=y1(1:16,4)';
plot(l1,ya)
linefit(l1,ya)
c=ans
yal = c(1)*l1 + c(2);
plot(l1,yal)
plot(l1,ya,l1,yal)
e = xexpfit(l1,ya)
yae = e(1)*l1.*exp(e(2)*l1)
plot(l1,ya,l1,yal,l1,yae)
%%%%% ze t_End =  1456 t_Spent = 22


%%%%% Day_n = 20131207 t_Start = 1714
yb=y1(16:31,4)'; figure(2)
plot(l1,yb)
c=linefit(l1,yb);
ybl = c(1)*l1 + c(2);
e = xexpfit(l1,yb);
ybe = e(1)*l1.*exp(e(2)*l1);
plot(l1,yb,l1,ybl,l1,ybe)

yc=y1(9:24,4)'; figure(3)
c=linefit(l1,yc);
ycl = c(1)*l1 + c(2);
e = xexpfit(l1,yc);
yce = e(1)*l1.*exp(e(2)*l1);
plot(l1,yc,l1,ycl,l1,yce)

%%%%% ze t_End = 1732 t_Spent = 18


y1.x
  2012. 12  18   6  2456274  0  2012  12  12
  2013   1   6  10  2456289  0  2012  12  27
  2013   1  17   6  2456304  0  2013   1  11
  2013   2   3  10  2456319  0  2013   1  26
  2013   2  16   7  2456333  0  2013   2   9
  2013   3   5   8  2456349  0  2013   2  25
  2013   3  22  11  2456363  0  2013   3  11
  2013   4   5  10  2456378  0  2013   3  26
  2013   4  20  11  2456392  0  2013   4   9
  2013   5   3   8  2456408  0  2013   4  25
  2013   5  19  10  2456422  0  2013   5   9
  2013   6   1   8  2456437  0  2013   5  24
  2013   6  18  10  2456452  0  2013   6   8
  2013   6  30   8  2456466  0  2013   6  22
  2013   7  17  10  2456481  0  2013   7   7
  2013.  7  29   7  2456496  0  2013   7  22
  2013   8  15   9  2456511  0  2013   8   6
  2013   8  28   8  2456525  0  2013   8  20
  2013   9  14  10  2456540  0  2013   9   4
  2013   9  28  10  2456554  0  2013   9  18
  2013  10  13   9  2456570  0  2013  10   4
  2013  10  28  10  2456584  0  2013  10  18
  2013  11  11   8  2456600  0  2013  11   3
  2013  11  27  10  2456614  0  2013  11  17
  2013  12   9   7  2456629  0  2013  12  2
  2013  12  27  11  2456643  0  2013  12  16
  2013   1   7   7  2456658  0  2013  12  31
  2014   1  25  10  2456673  0  2014   1  15
  2014.  2   6   7  2456688  0  2014   1  30
  2014   2  23   9  2456703  0  2014   2  14
  2014.  3   7   7  2456717  0  2014   2  28
  2014   3  26  10  2456733  0  2014   3  16
  2014   4   9   9  2456747  0  2014  3  30
  2014   4  24  10  2456762  0  2014  4  14
  2014   5   9  11  2456776  0  2014  4  28
  2014   5  22   8  2456792  0  2014  5  14
  2014   6   7   9  2456806  0  2014  5  28
  2014   6  20   8  2456821  0  2014  6  12
  2014   7   7  11  2456835  0  2014  6  26
  2014   7  19   8  2456850  0  2014  7  11
  2014   8   5  10  2456865  0  2014  7  26
  2014   8  17   7  2456880  0  2014  8  10
  2014   9   5  10  2456895  0  2014  8  25
  2014.  9  14   6  2456909  0  2014  9  8
  2014  10   4  11  2456924  0  2014  9  23
  2014  10  17  10  2456938  0  2014  10  7
  2014  11   1   8  2456954  0  2014  10  23
  2014  11  15   9  2456968  0  2014  11  6
  2014  11  30   8  2456984  0  2014  11  22
  2014  12  15   9  2456998  0  2014  12  6
  2014  12  28   7  2457013  0  2014  12  21
  2015  1   14  10  2457027  0  2015  1  4
  2015  1   26   6  2457043  0  2015  1  20
  2015  2   12   9  2457057  0  2015  2  3
  2015  2   24   6  2457072  0  2015  2  18
  2015  3   14   9  2457087  0  2015  3  5
  2015  3   28   9  2457101  0  2015  3  19
  2015  4   14  10  2457117  0  2015  4  4
  2015.  4   27   9  2457131  0  2015  4  18
  2015  5   13  10  2457146  0  2015  5  3


this was A preamble to the QUESTION
Y do Lo{- TIDES occur days after
Sun-(Moon}-Earth-(Moon} {{N&F ?/?
ALIGNMENT????/ aNY IDEAs about Why????/

it seams cleer to me the BIG project
is to capture Mars Moon Phobos | & place it in the
fig8
Earth-Moon shuttle orbit | in a reasonable time frame
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Re: 2012-14.mth
« Reply #119 on: December 09, 2013, 08:37:09 am »
ad 4166 that i will be glad when the "ENCLOSURE" ends
have no doubt. it seams rather pointless
i did get a 7 book
now try to remember the question | NaN & ????/ n.*something?
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