Chapter 22 — Earth’s 1 mph motion explains the “Equinoctial Precession”

Earlier on, we saw that Earth’s PVP orbit is 2.642336 X smaller than the Sun’s orbit. We shall now see how Earth’s 1-mph-motion can, all by itself, account for the famed “precession of the equinoxes”, currently estimated to last for circa 25 to 26 thousand years. Each year, Earth travels 14,035.85 km. If we multiply
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