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    Re: VERY accurate time and distance
    From: Fred Hebard
    Date: 2011 Sep 25, 01:00 -0400

    I've been wondering whether deflection from the vertical or variation in the 
    strength of g due to the Alps might have something to do with the discrepancy 
    in distance, which amounts to about 18 m over 400 km, if I recall correctly.  
    The timing difference between expected and observed is about 60 ns. Afraid I 
    don't have the time, not to mention skills, to read the paper.
    On Sep 24, 2011, at 10:09 AM, Dave Walden wrote:
    > The recent CERN 'faster than light' publication has interesting discussions 
    of time and distnace. 730km +/- 20cm. they watch continental drift happen.
    > http://static.arxiv.org/pdf/1109.4897.pdf
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