[time-nuts] Pendulums & Atomic Clocks & Gravity

Bill Beam wbeam at gci.net
Sat May 26 15:14:57 EDT 2007


>
>> Gravity also effects atomic clocks, see: http://www.leapsecond.com/great2005/
>> and this puts a limit on what can be done with any atomic clock that's on
>> Earth.  "g" will always have minor fluctuations (noise) due to all sorts of
>> things like the Sun, Moon, planets, asteroids, earthquakes, etc.  It's still a
>> direct "g" effect called red shift like (U2 Gˆ’ U1)/c2, where the Us are
>> gravitational potentials, only smaller by c squared.
>
>Mostly Sun (
>

Effects due to Sun and Moon are about the same.  Run the numbers using
g=GM/r^2.

Regards,


Bill Beam
NL7F





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