Dutch wrote: During Pi-point Steins timeframe around September 5, 2010, I had this intuitive thought while at work.
I had to work it out so it took some time to post it.
I expected somekind of a 'confirmation' of this Pi-based Design as described here in the HDDesign material. This Pi-based Design unveiled that asteroid Stein's orbit is encoded in Earth's orbit based on Pi, indicating that Stein's orbit is intelligently determined.
This very same Design was also applied with spacecraft Deep Impact/Epoxi comet encounters and other major events in our solar system as explained here:
Hyper Dimensional Design :: View topic - Q3 2010 timeline, July - August - September 2010
As I suspect that there will also occur developments that will indicate that Mars' moon Phobos is infact artificial, I had this thought yesterday to apply this very same Pi based design on the orbit of Phobos.
The real orbital period of Phobos is 0,3189102 Earth days
If we apply this Pi based design as determined here in the HDDesign material we get:
0,3189102 x Pi x Pi = ......................
...............almost Pi, because Pi / Pi /Pi =0,3183098
This is so very close to expressing Pi, in the very same way as already shown here with the orbit of Steins, Deep Impact comet encounters etc, that it can't be just a coincidence. It shows up just like that after an intuitive thought.
In fact the perfect expression of Pi with the orbit of Phobos is so close that the difference is even less than a minute. 51,87 seconds to be precise,based on available info.
It is known that Phobos has an orbital decay. According to a mainstream space agency, the ESA:This tiny moon is thought to be in a ‘death spiral’, slowly orbiting toward the surface of Mars. Here, Phobos was found to be about five kilometres ahead of its predicted orbital position. This could be an indication of an increased orbital speed associated with its secular acceleration, causing the moon to spiral in toward Mars.
Eventually Phobos could be torn apart by Martian gravity and become a short-lived ring around Mars, or even impact on the surface. This orbit will be studied in more detail over the lifetime of the Mars Express.
ESA - Mars Express - Martian moon Phobos in detail
The orbital speed of Phobos is about 2.138 km/s so with this 5 kilometer deviation with the calculated position, Phobos is already 5 / 2.138 = aprox 2,34 seconds closing in on the perfect Pi expression.
That means that Phobos isn't only orbitting in an intelligently determined orbit, but that Phobos is in fact telling us that there's a specific future point in time that Phobos will express the Perfect Pi.
The orbit of Phobos is showing us a countdown which we can determine.
Now I am not a scientist nor do I have the proper data to do this, but I'm calling those who are able to do so to determine the exact moment in the near future that Phobos will have closed the gap of these less than 50 seconds so that the orbit of Phobos is expressing the perfect PI.
New astrometric observations of Phobos with the SRC on Mars Express
K. Willner, J. Oberst, M. WÃ¤hlisch, K.-D. Matz, H. Hoffmann, T. Roatsch, R. Jaumann, and V. Mertens
German Aerospace Center, Institute of Planetary Research, Planetary Geodesy, Rutherfordstrasse 2, 12489 Berlin, Germany
Received 17 March 2008 / Accepted 20 May 2008
Aims. New astrometric measurements for Phobos are reported on the basis of 69 SRC (Super Resolution Channel) images obtained during 28 Mars Express Phobos flybys executed between 2004 and 2007.
Methods. The measurements have been made using a newly developed technique that involves positional measurements of surface control points and verification of camera pointing by background stars.
Results. The astrometric positions are in excellent agreement with currently available Phobos orbit models. However, we find remaining systematic offsets of 1.5-2.6 km such that Phobos is ahead of its predicted position along the track.Conclusions. Our observations will be a basis for further improvements in the Phobos ephemeris. The methods that we have developed will be useful for the astrometric tracking of planetary or asteroidal targets and spacecraft optical navigation in future planetary missions.
(„Phobos ahead of its predicted orbital position by approx. 1 radius“,Bell, Duxbury, et al., Nature")
HRSC/SRC Imaging Results fromthe Phobos and Deimos Flybys
Phobos estimated to be off from its nominal orbitposition by 6 s (approx. 12 km) along-track
HRSC/SRC Imaging Results from the Phobos and Deimos Flybys
Used Orbital period in this scientific artical: (days)0.31910
According to wiki 'current' orbital period of Phobos is 0,3189102 Earth days
That's a gap of 16,39 seconds !!!!!!!
Phobos is nearing the Perfect Pi expression
Phobos is at countdown
At another forum someone provided me with info about this decreasing orbital period of Phobos that , when extrapolated, suggested that Phobos would reach the perfect Pi expression with the orbital period on December 18, 2012. Based on the data provided by this poster.
That would mean Phobos is marking the end of the Mayan Calendar.
I don't trust the info given by this poster because I think he just wanted to mislead me, but it is an interesting thought.
With such deviations in the orbital period of Phobos it IS a possibility
Additional information and confirmation is needed in order to determine when Phobos will reach the Perfect Pi.
Let's hope the analysis of the recent Phobos flyby's will shine a light on it