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Proposal ID Meyer_201

Date of Proposal Feb 27 1999

firstname
Jim

lastname
Meyer

institute
Shannon Lab

address
915 Taraval St.
San Francisco, Ca.
94116

email
no e-mail

phone
4156651223

fax
no fax

proposal
The current orbital elements as described in literature are wrong.
The solar constant as measured during the yearly cycle will show
very exact orbital elements. This information then can be used to
correct the orbital model and everything based on that model-like
the parahelion of earth, the date of the arrival the seasons,ect.
The current model of the orbit is 300 years old. That fact alone
is not the reason I think the model is wrong. My reasoning is that
the current model indicates a Solar Constant that varies by 70 watts
per square meter during a one year cycle. There is no indication of
this change in the weather cycle.
The data I need is recorded and has been for many years. The graphs are
not on the web however. So what I want is access to the data in
readable form. thankyou

inside_collab
I am working with no EIT team members

consortium
no

topic
Energy Balance

topic
Solar Flux at the orbit of Earth

title
Using the Solar Flux to Describe the Orbit of Earth


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