Time gets Vague when Measured

18 March 2017

Heisenberg Continues to Have a Say, I think.

Research recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which begins to get into the fuzzy, indeterminable nature of time when measured at very tiny intervals. The energy required to measure time at this scale is so great that it affects the results, much like in the early days of Quantum exploration, where measuring a particle’s location affected its velocity, and vice versa.


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Unequal Equinox

15 March 2017

Day and Night are not equal on the Equinox.

In Canada’s Stonehenge, Gordon R Freeman dismisses the misconception that days and nights are of equal length during the Equinox. The Equinox signifies the date when the path of the Sun crosses the Equator, but the Equalnights, when day and night are 12 hours each, are a different matter altogether. Read the rest of this entry »