Outlandish Astronomical Tables of Planets and Pluto




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Big Bertha Thing electron
Cosmic Ray Series
Possible Real World System Constructs
http://www.bigberthathing.com/electron.html
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Newsgroup Reviews including soc.history.what-if

Round photographic plates.

Caption;-
Showing a track left by a cosmic ray electron,
in a magnetic field of 12,000 oersteds.
The energy of this electron is 8 MeV,
very low for a cosmic ray,
but much higher than that of any electron
ever ejected, by a gamma ray from a natural
radioactive substance.

From a book by
J.D.Stranathan Ph.D.,
Professor of Physics and Chairman of
Department, University of Kansas.
The "Particles" of Modern Physics.
(C) Copyright The Blakston Co. 1942

Big Bertha Thing noah

When its raining cats, dogs, kitchen sinks,
the lot. The time to start worrying is when
you see a guy building an ark.

Pastures is mathematical ark,
to negotiate a sea of numbers,
with Outlandish PPT by Structure,
as the first of many rainbows.

(C) Copyright Tony Lance 1997.
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please distribute complete copies, free of charge.

Tony Lance
judema...@bigberthathing.co.uk

 Outlandish Astronomical Tables of Planets and Pluto
  By Tony Lance Dip.Math(Open) 31st March 2008

  Two computer Star Globes confirm below tables.    
  I  Mysky Interactive Planetarium www.fourmilab.ch 
  II Encyclopedia of Space and the Universe PC CD-ROM  
       by Dorking Kindersley 2007 (Free from Dail Mail)

Hi there,
Did you never hear of straight up astronomy, as practiced by the Egyptians.
Starting at the last known all planet daylight event.
You take the first planet on the left and line it up due south and note the time.
You do the same for all of them and Pluto. Note date as well.
Take Pluto and move forward 496 years and line it up due south and note the time.
Work out the exact orbit by taking one set of Julian days from the other.
Work out all the orbits. Find the deviation from Pluto due south.
It takes Pluto 62 years to transit the quadrant. You have to fit all the planets
in the quadrant at one time during any point in time over the 62 years.
The duration of the event is a couple of months. Walk in the park!

The twenty following all planet and Pluto events, are all paired and so
are not unique. The historical fit, could be due to religious bias in the
computer star globe software. The classical case of cutting the cloth to fit,
was the apocryphal books of the bible. Judith is a goldsmiths nightmare.
It is a receipt for twelve portions of treasure sent to the Israelites.
An apocryphal receipt is a disgrace. Religion makes poor science.

Actual sunset event was from China looking due south.    see XII
At 18:00pm for 14-24th December 2450 BC. (-2449)
This shows four planets visible to the naked eye.

Viewed from China looking south. (Daylight events)Planets&Pluto
Move forward a day at a time,
with occassional one hour reductions for view.  (see XI)  1-5 events

At    14:30pm GMT on 31st December 2450 BC.  (-2449)
Until 11:30am GMT on 26th February 2449 BC.

At    13:13 on 31st December 1954 BC  Abraham  c1960 (fourteen generations) 490
Until  8:43 on 12th    April 1953 BC. Canaan c1900

At    14:59 on 15th  October 1459 BC  Moses  c1470 (fourteen generations) 490
Until 11:29 on 26th December 1459 BC. Exodus c1440

At    13:46 on  1st November 961 BC   David  c980 (fourteen generations) 490
Until  8.01 on 21st February 960 BC.  RIP c971 BC

At    12:52 on 18th November 461 BC Babylonian Transmigration and  (God 1)
Until  9:41 on 13th January  460 BC Counter-strike Pogrom of Ester (Ned 0)

Viewed from London looking south. (Daylight events) All Planets and Pluto.
Move forward a day at a time,
with occassional one hour reductions for view.   (6 - 20 events)

At    15:31 on  6th November 2452 BC  see X
Until 11:05 on 23rd February 2451 BC

At    14:41 on 27th October 1956 BC   see IV
Until 11:31 on 27th January 1955 BC  

At    15:40 on 20th December 1421 BC  see X
Until 12:05 on  3rd March    1420 BC

At    15:41 on 12th October  957 BC  see X
Until 11:33 on 13th January  956 BC

At    14:28 on  4th December  449 BC  see X
Until 10:20 on 23rd February  448 BC

At    11:41 on  2nd November 23 BC  see IX  
Until  8:22 on 13th January  22 BC

At    13:06 on 10th February 78 AD  see IX
Until 10:16 on 19th April    78 AD

At    15:18 on  9th June    451 AD  see IX  
Until 11:20 on 11th October 451 AD

At    16:05 on  4th August   477 AD  see IX
Until  8:27 on 27th December 477 AD

At    15:30 on  4th September 985 AD  see IX  
Until  8:45 on 29th January   986 AD

At    14:21 on 24th October   989 AD  see IX
Until 11:20 on 29th December  989 AD

At    13:54 on  1st September 1483 AD  see VIII
Until  8:51 on 26th January   1484 AD

At    12:49 on 17th February 1522 AD see VII
Until 11:15 on 14th March    1522 AD

At    14:46 on 16th January 2021 AD   see VI
Until 13:06 on  1st March   2021 AD  

At    14:04 on  6th February 2024 AD  see VI
Until  7:58 on 22nd May      2024 AD

 Pluto viewed from London looking due south    see III
  as at 12:52 GMT on the following dates:-
  calendar    Mysky Julian days  
  " Year 1 BC      0
  "29 Jan 2449 -2448   826954  
  "24 Jan 1953 -1952  1008113   181159  
  "18 Jan 1457 -1456  1189271   181158  
  "13 Jan 0961  -960  1370430   181159  
  "08 Jan  465  -464  1551589   181159  
  " Year 1 AD      1
  "02 Jan 0032    32  1732747   181158
  "28 Dec 0527   527  1913906   181159
  "22 Dec 1023  1023  2095064   181158
  "17 Dec 1519  1519  2276223   181159
  "25 Dec 2015  2015  2457382   181159

  Neptune viewed from London looking due south   see III
  as at 9:09 GMT on the following dates:-
  calendar    Mysky Julian days  
  " Year 1 BC      0  
  "29 Jan 2449 -2448   826953
  " 5 Feb 1953 -1952  1008124   181171  
  "12 Feb 1457 -1456  1189295   181171  
  "20 Feb  961  -960  1370467   181172  
  "28 Feb  465  -464  1551639   181172  
  " Year 1 AD      1          
  " 7 Mar   32    32  1732811   181172  
  "14 Mar  528   528  1913982   181171  
  "22 Mar 1024  1024  2095154   181172  
  "29 Mar 1520  1520  2276325   181171  
  "17 Apr 2016  2016  2457495   181170  

  Uranus viewed from London looking due south   see III
  as at 11:17 GMT on the following dates:-  
  calendar    Mysky Julian days
  " Year 1 BC      0    
  "29 Jan 2449 -2448   826953
  "28 Dec 1954 -1953  1008085   181132
  "27 Nov 1458 -1457  1189218   181133
  "27 Oct 0962  -961  1370351   181133
  "24 Sept 466  -465  1551482   181131
  " Year 1 AD      1  
  "21 Aug 0031    31  1732612   181130
  "15 Jul 0527   527  1913739   181127
  "23 Jun 1023  1023  2094865   181126
  "05 May 1519  1519  2275996   181131
  "19 Apr 2015  2015  2457131   181135

  Jupiter viewed from London looking due south   see III
  as at 15:31 GMT on the following dates:-
  calendar    Mysky Julian days  
  " Year 1 BC      0
  "29 Jan 2449 -2448   826954
  "10 Nov 1954 -1953  1008038   181084
  "28 Aug 1458 -1457  1189129   181091
  "29 Jun  962  -961  1370232   181103
  "19 Apr  466  -465  1551325   181093
  " Year 1 AD      1
  "07 Feb   31    31  1732418   181093
  "24 Nov  526   526  1913507   181089
  "08 Sep 1022  1022  2094594   181087
  "10 Jul 1518  1518  2275698   181104
  "19 May 2014  2014  2456797   181099

   Neptune from London due south at  9:09 GMT      see V
  "28 Feb  465  -464   1551639    180804  
  "01 Mar  300  -299   1611907     60268  
  " 3 Mar  135  -134   1672175     60268  
  " 5 Mar   31    31   1732443     60268    180804
  "11 Mar  526   526   1913248    180805  
   Uranus  from London due south at 11:17 GMT     see V
  "24 Sept 466  -465   1551482  
  "24 Sep  382  -381   1582163     30681
  "24 Sep  298  -297   1612844     30681  
  "26 Sep  214  -213   1643527     30683  
  "25 Sep  130  -129   1674207     30680  
  "25 Sep   46   -45   1704888     30681  
  "25 Sep   39    39   1735569     30681  
  Jupiter  from London due south at 15:31 GMT     see V
  "06 Jan   54   -53   1701705  
  "10 Jan   42   -41   1706092      4387  
  "16 Jan   30   -29   1710481      4389  
  "20 Jan   18   -17   1714868      4387  
  "25 Jan   06    -5   1719256      4388  
  "30 Jan   07     7   1723644      4388  
  "03 Feb   19    19   1728031      4387  
  "07 Feb   31    31   1732418      4387  
 Pluto   from London due south at 12:52 GMT     see V
  "08 Jan  465  -464   1551589  
  "05 Jan  217  -216   1642168     90579  
  "02 Jan   32    32   1732747     90579  

  Mars viewed from London looking due south (496 years)    see I
  as at 15:28 GMT on the following dates:-  
  calendar    Mysky Julian days  
  " Year 1 BC      0
  "29 Jan 2449 -2448   826954
  "13 May 1954 -1953  1007857   180903
  "03 Jan 1456 -1455  1189622   181765
  "28 Apr  961  -960  1370536   180914
  "24 Aug  466  -465  1551452   180916
  " Year 1 AD      1
  "28 Feb   31    31  1732439   180987
  "02 Jul  526   526  1913362   180923
  "26 Dec 1021  1021  2094338   180976  
  "18 Jun 1519  1519  2276041   181703  
  "22 Nov 2014  2014  2456984   180943  
  Zero Fudge Factor  

  Mars viewed from London looking due south (264 orbits) see I  
  as at 15:28 GMT on the following dates:-
  calendar    Mysky Julian days
  " Year 1 BC      0
  "29 Jan 2449 -2448   826954  
  "13 May 1954 -1953  1007857   180903  
  "24 Sep 1459 -1458  1188790   180933  
  "17 Mar  963  -962  1369763   180973  
  "16 Jul  468  -467  1550683   180920  
  " Year 1 AD      1  
  "23 Jan   29    29  1731673   180990  
  "28 May  524   524  1912597   180924  
  "15 Sep 1019  1019  2093505   180908  
  "30 Mar 1515  1515  2274500   180995  
  "01 Aug 2010  2010  2455410   180910  

  Saturn viewed from London looking due south    see I
  as at 15:59 GMT on the following dates:-  
  calendar    Mysky Julian days  
  " Year 1 BC      0  
  "29 Jan 2449 -2448   826954
  "23 Nov 1954 -1953  1008051   181097
  "27 Sep 1458 -1457  1189158   181107  
  "09 Aug  962  -961  1370273   181115  
  "21 Jun  466  -465  1551388   181115
  " Year 1 AD      1  
  "14 Apr   31    31  1732484   181096  
  "08 Feb  527   527  1913583   181099  
  "13 Dec 1022  1022  2094690   181107  
  "19 Oct 1518  1518  2275799   181109  
  "07 Sep 2014  2014  2456908   181109  
  Zero Fudge factor  

NB I
From: Tony Lance 
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,alt.astronomy
Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 12:52:53 +0000
NB III
From: Tony Lance 
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,alt.astronomy
Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2008 18:01:15 +0000
NB IV
From: Tony Lance 
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Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Sat, 09 Feb 2008 17:35:19 +0000
NB V
From: Tony Lance 
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,alt.astronomy
Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 16:14:53 +0000
NB VI
From: Tony Lance 
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Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2008 15:49:58 +0000
NB VII
From: Tony Lance 
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,alt.astronomy
Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2008 17:26:45 +0000
NB VIII
From: Tony Lance 
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,alt.astronomy
Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2008 15:53:53 +0000
NB IX
From: Tony Lance 
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Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 17:42:30 +0000
NB X
From: Tony Lance 
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,alt.astronomy
Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 17:20:36 +0000
NB XI
From: Tony Lance 
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Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 16:35:36 +0000
NB XII
From: Tony Lance 
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Subject: Re: 10 body solar system daylight event
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2008 18:13:52 +0000