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26-06-2018 22:41
James___
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...@All,
..I'll repeat this again.

..Axial tilt (obliquity) = a cycle of about 41,000 years

..Axial precession = a period of 25,771.5 years

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milankovitch_cycles

..It's not possible to have both but fortunately Astrophysics suggests a solution.

..Axial tilt might be the Sun wobbling while axial precession is the Earth's orbit around the Sun. 2 completely different things.
26-06-2018 22:52
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James___ wrote:
...@All,
..I'll repeat this again.

..Axial tilt (obliquity) = a cycle of about 41,000 years

..Axial precession = a period of 25,771.5 years

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milankovitch_cycles

..It's not possible to have both but fortunately Astrophysics suggests a solution.

..Axial tilt might be the Sun wobbling while axial precession is the Earth's orbit around the Sun. 2 completely different things.


Axial tilt is not the Sun wobbling. Axial precession is not the Earth's orbit.


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