Chapter 18 — Requiem for the “Lunisolar Wobble” theory

Does Earth’s polar axis wobble? Is Earth’s so-called “Third Motion” a tenable theory? Not a chance in Heaven. Let us see why. According to the Copernican “Lunisolar” theory, Earth’s “equinoctial precession” is caused by a slow clockwise wobble of Earth’s polar axis, completing one full 360° “reverse” rotation in about 26,000 years or so. A
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