A fundamental question exists as to whether or not it is feasible that the aerosol operations that have been observed and investigated for many years could affect the kinetic energy state of the earth. Clifford Carnicom builds upon previous data and research to discuss this possibility in this work, with additional data to support the likelihood that the aerosol programs are indeed causing not only a deceleration of the earth’s rotation, but that it’s in a non-linear fashion, meaning the deceleration rate is actually increasing. Discussion continues and examines the implications of a deceleration of the earth’s rotation. It can’t be overemphasized that the prospects and implications of an increasing deceleration component need to be given serious consideration by everyone, as even small changes in time (earth rotational speed) will translate into large changes in the kinetic energy of the earth. Geophysical events of greater magnitude and disturbance are expected as a result, such as earthquakes, volcano eruptions, etc. Further items explored include the relationship between changes in the Schumann resonance and the electron density of the ionosphere, how the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) also affects the geophysical state of the earth, and how a decrease in the rotational speed of the earth will cause a decrease in the earth’s magnetic field. For previous discourse posted for readers, please read Carnicom’s papers titled ’TIME’ (dated July 24, 2003), ’TIME TO START WATCHING TIME’ (dated August 14, 2003), ’TIME, ENERGY and EARTH CHANGES’ (dated August 26, 2003), ’THE WAISTLINE OF ROTATION’ (dated September 14, 2003), and ’TIME & ROTATION CHANGES SUSTAINED’ (dated October 25, 2003), and ’DECELERATION CONTINUES’ (dated November 8, 2003).
The postulate that a decrease in the earth’s rotational speed will result in an increase of the equatorial radius of the earth from this change is demonstrated here using two different mathematical analyses. Clifford Carnicom shows that a slowdown of just one second a year in the earth’s rotation would result in an increase of 4-8 inches in the radius of the earth. First, Carnicom examines the kinetic energy and inertial momentum of the earth as it relates to differentials (this results in the 4 inch radius calculation stated above), and the second method examines this same issue from the viewpoint of angular momentum (results in the 8 inch increase of the earth’s radius above). Greater changes in the rotational rate (current observations support a change of 12 seconds per year) result in correspondingly greater changes in the equatorial radius of the earth.
Refer to the following Carnicom papers previously released addressing earlier considerations of this subject: ’TIME’ (dated July 24, 2003), ’TIME TO START WATCHING TIME’ (dated August 14, 2003), and ’TIME, ENERGY and EARTH CHANGES’ (dated August 26, 2003).
This paper builds on two previous Carnicom papers that show even small changes in the rotational speed of the earth will cause tremendous effects on the earth (see the previous Carnicom papers ’TIME’ dated July 24, 2003, and ’TIME TO START WATCHING TIME’ dated August 14, 2003). It is now established that a preliminary relationship has been determined between any anomalies in time that may occur, the associated change in the kinetic energy of the earth, and the projected magnitude of any such changes on a geophysical level. The result of this study indicates that small changes in "time" will manifest themselves as tremendous changes in the energy state of the earth and that they are likely to have a significant geophysical impact.
Detailed in this work are two mathematical analyses – the first is a calculation of the kinetic energy of the earth, and the second a calculation is determining the effect of a ‘small’ change of one second in a day of the earth’s rotational speed on the earth’s kinetic energy. This study informs us that relatively small changes in the rotational rate of the earth have a potentially great impact upon the energy transformation processes within the earth and earth - celestial system. Even though the change in time may, on the surface, appear to be miniscule in nature, the opposite is in fact true because of the tremendous mass and kinetic energy inherent in the rotating earth.