Right… I have expected this to happen, so I have saved a copy of his blog page with my comments on it just in case he would remove them. There were three key comments of mine posted on the hoax page https://axischange.wordpress.com/2015/07/14/simple-solar-measurement-guidelines/comment-page-1/ which unveiled the hoax, and two of them were deleted by the blog’s owner.

Therefore I am posting those three crucial comments here for those who want to know the truth about geographical axial shift, how to detect and measure it themselves, and how to bust a hoax like this. The very fact that he censored and deleted my comments instead of refuting them with valid arguments, measurements, and data is a proof that he is perpetuating a deliberate hoax, most probably paid for by the power elite and their agencies. Here are the comments (the last two were deleted from his blog to hide the truth):

Comment1:

We have mentioned that the http://suncalc.net can not display the expected length of shadow, and it is not easy to verify its accuracy. Therefore I have found two other pages that calculate the sunrise/sunset and solar position and also display the numbers, so we can perform our own observations and compare it with the predicted values.

Here are the two pages:

Sunrise/Sunset Calculator: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/grad/solcalc/sunrise.html

Solar Position Calculator: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/grad/solcalc/azel.html

On the 22nd July I have performed my own measurement and compared it with the predicted numbers on these two pages. First I have found my latitude and longitude on the page http://www.latlong.net/ . Then using these coordinates on the sunrise/sunset calculator I have got the exact time of the expected solar noon. Next I have hung up a 2m long curtain pole in the yard on a short thin thread, so that only about 5mm gap was between the bottom of the pole and a plank underneath. The plank was oriented in N-S direction and was adjusted to be level. Waited until the pole’s swing died off (in a windless moment) and fixed its position to the plank with a wedge. Now I have had a vertical pole and a horizontal plane for the shadow.

At exactly the expected solar noon I have marked the end of the shadow on the plank, measured its length and direction. Then calculated the elevation: L – length of the pole; l – length of the shadow; and the elevation in degrees is calculated as El=atn(L/l). Next I have entered the required input values into the solar position calculator for the time of the solar noon when the measurement took place and compared the predicted solar elevation value with the number I have calculated from my measurement. The two calculators gave very accurate values confirmed with my measurement. So the length of the shadow is accurately predicted by these calculators.

I don’t want to disclose my location, therefore I will not provide here my measured numbers, but this experiment is so simple and requires so little investment and effort that anybody doubting my words can easily replicate it.

If it gives accurate results for my location, then I don’t see any reason why it would not do the same for any other location. If you are looking for the most northerly circle where there is no shadow on the summer solstice, it is the tropic of cancer that was at 23°26′14.2″ this year. If you want, you can check out the length of the shadow predicted by the solar position calculator at this latitude. I checked it, and it predicts a solar elevation of 89.97 degrees which is just about exactly above head, therefore no shadow.

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Comment by morpheusnotes — July 23, 2015 @ 1:54 pm | Reply

Comment 2:

“I provide info to the public on how to make their own measurements so they can easily verify the data for themselves without any gov’t propaganda.”

From your point of view I supposed to be one member of the public for whom you provide the information, and in return I (from the public) provide feedback and information for you, and other readers. The basic idea to do our own measurements and make our own conclusions based on these data is commendable. My only issue is with the methodology you are proposing (and your explanations, and some conclusions).

If we are interested to detect any axis shift of the earth (relative to the plane of the solar system) then it is sufficient and necessary to know only one parameter, namely the momentary angle of the earth’s tilt. We can’t see and measure this tilt directly from the earth, but we can measure very easily the length of a shadow and calculate the solar elevation by performing the measurement I have described in my last comment. From the solar elevation we can calculate the solar declination and the earth’s tilt. If you measure the length of the shadow at solar noon on any day, then from that, (plus the coordinates, and the position of the earth around the sun (given by the day of the year)) we can conclude whether there is any deviation of the tilt angle from the normal or not. It is just simple geometry.

You are suggesting to observe the location of sunrise and sunset at the exact time of summer solstice. One problem with this method is that it happens only once each year, and if a new visitor comes to your site in the afternoon of June 21 then the poor fellow will have to either believe your claims and conclusions and act on it based on pure faith, or wait one year in a mixture of panic and disbelieve until he can check it for himself. Referring to the “tens of thousands of people who are visiting this site” as a proof for the accuracy of the presented information is not a valid and convincing argument. There was a time when everybody believed that the earth was flat, but that didn’t make their belief true and accurate.

The other problem with your method of detection is that only a small percentage of people live at locations where the sunrise and sunset can be accurately observed at the level of horizon. If there are buildings or other objects in the way, or mountains nearby then the sun will rise up from behind the obstacles at a later time and at a different location (azimuth) than it does on a perfectly flat horizon at sea level. Therefore what people observe at their specific location with specific obstacles in the way can not be compared easily and reliably with the observations of other people. The whole thing becomes a subjective observation of little value to others.

My suggestion is that everybody should do his/her own measurement, but such a type that gives reliable, quantitative and easily comparable results. Instead of limiting the opportunity for observation to one single moment each year, it is much better to perform the shadow length measurement on any day of the year. From this measurement we can calculate the declination and tilt of the earth. This tilt angle can be compared between the observers all around the globe because it must be the same for everybody on the earth.

This way we can also detect and follow any axis shift every day, not only once per year, and see a much better resolution of the happenings (if there are any). Also, any new visitor to your blog can easily perform his/her own measurement next day at solar noon (as I did) and see whether the presented information is true or rather disinformation. The gov’t propaganda goes both ways. They are hiding true critical information, but at the same time spreading falsehood and bogus “alternative information” to discredit those who research and spread the truth in critical subjects.

I have observed on the 22. July that the official value of the earth’s tilt 23.45° is correct at the moment. Whether there was any major deviation from this value in 2014 and pre 1999 is another question (which I may address later), but the truth will be easily revealed after a bit more research, going through some archived data.

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Comment by morpheusnotes — July 25, 2015 @ 7:30 am | Reply

Comment 3:

For the benefit of all readers and for the sake of TRUTH I have done some research about the historical values of solar declination. If you don’t know what the solar declination angle is then you can read about it on the page http://www.pveducation.org/pvcdrom/properties-of-sunlight/declination-angle . We are actually interested in the tilt angle of the earth, but that is very close (or even identical) to the value of the solar declination angle at the exact time of summer solstice.

This declination angle is actually a very important parameter, because it is (or it was) used in navigation (before GPS came into use) and for many other purposes as well. Therefore it is actually not possible to fake these angles in navigational data tables without making the tables confusing and fairly useless. To find records of historical data we only have to check the Nautical Almanac for the years we want to know the declination angles.

On your markings of sunrise and sunset angles on your images, there is an enormous difference in the earth’s tilt between pre1990’s and 2014, and still huge difference between the 2015 angle and the angles of both mentioned years. So let’s check the historically recorded solar declination angles on the summer solstice of these 3 chosen years!

You can download the Nautical Almanacs for these 3 years from these links:

http://navsoft.com/1990_Nautical_Almanac.pdf

http://navsoft.com/2014_Nautical_Almanac.pdf

http://www.thenauticalalmanac.com/2015%20Nautical%20Almanac.pdf

You can find the exact date and time of the summer solstice in these 3 years at the following links:

http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/astronomy/SummerSolstice.html

http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/longest-day/equinox-solstice-2010-2019.htm

http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/seasons.html?n=136

The exact date and time of summer solstice with their corresponding solar declination angles taken from the almanacs:

06-21-1990 15:36 UT SD = 23° 26.5’ N

06-21-2014 10:51 GMT SD = 23° 26.1’ N

06-21-2015 17:39 BST SD = 23° 26.1’ N

As you can see from these numbers, there is so tiny change in these values (less than 0.4’) that it is impossible to observe any difference with naked eye without precise instrumentation. The online calculators I have linked earlier give exactly the same results if you enter the appropriate dates and times:

Sunrise/Sunset Calculator: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/grad/solcalc/sunrise.html

Solar Position Calculator: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/grad/solcalc/azel.html

Now if you say that all these data has been falsified by the government for whatever reason, then you can buy printed versions of old Nautical Almanacs second hand which are guaranteed to be printed in those years, and not falsified later. Here is a sample from 1990:

http://www.amazon.com/THE-NAUTICAL-ALMANAC-YEAR-1990/dp/B000RFSPHI

And finally I have also preformed my own measurement described in one of my above comments and calculated the Sun’s declination angle, and the tilt of the earth from the measured values. My results are in very accurate agreement with the calculators and with the almanacs.

Therefore there is no further question in my mind, that there is no significant, or even perceptible shift in earth’s geographical axis that would differ from the normal. Neither was there any such shift in the past years that we have checked. Your conjecture about this whole subject is a hoax.

The climate change is real, easily observable and also supported by historical data, but that is not the consequence of any geographical axis shift. The possibility of a future geographical axis shift is not excluded, but that has not happened yet in our lifetimes.

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Comment by morpheusnotes — July 27, 2015 @ 12:21 pm | Reply

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