The precession of the equinox is observed as the stars moving across the sky
at the rate of about 50 arc seconds per year, relative to the equinox.
Conventional theory holds that this phenomenon is due to the gravity of the
sun and moon acting upon the oblate spheroid of the earth causing the axis
to wobble (the lunisolar theory). The alternative explanation advanced by
the Binary Research Institute is that most of the observable is due to solar
system motion, causing a reorientation of the earth relative to the fixed
stars as the solar system gradually curves through space (the binary theory
or model). We find the binary model better explains acceleration of the
precession rate, better predicts changes in the rate, answers a number of
solar system problems and has none of the paradoxes or inconsistencies
associated with lunisolar precession theory.2
section includes a summary of our basic work investigating the mechanics of precession, describes some of the problems with current theory and gives data to show that solar system motion is a better explanation for the observable known as the precession of the equinox. If you move your mouse over the word “Research” you will find this work broken into five further sections entitled: Introduction, Evidence, Calculations, Finding It and Papers and Articles. We invite you to browse.
For a tutorial on our alternate view of precession please begin with the “Introduction” and keep clicking the “Next” button and it will carry you through each section of the presentation.
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