Rotational Surging
Evident on August 15, 2003
from USGS

Grabbing the highly magnetized Atlantic Rift during the approach of Planet X involves attempting to hold it when aligned with the core at the Face and Dark points, tug it forward when the Atlantic Rift hoves into view at the Dawn point, and tug it back when the Atlantic Rift attempts to leave at the Dusk point. The Surging was noted on the increase during the last week of July by the Slowing Team. Geostationary Satellites picking up data from earthquake monitoring stations worldwide would lose their contact is the globe moved under them even slightly. Note that from the Dawn to Face point when a surge forward would occur this contact is lost in a number of stations on Aug 15, re-established briefly at the Face point when the globe is held back, and lost again when the tug back slows the globe. The Slowing Team likewise noted this uptick.

Sun even with Noon shadow baseline at 1:13PM on 8/15 in VA -13 minutes LATE. It has not been as early as 13 minutes late since 8/8. Compass reading for true noon at 12:58PM - the earliest by 1 minute I have seen it since I starting observing on 7/7/03.

IC/BJT, Baijiatuan, Beijing, ChinaIC/ENH, Enshi, China
IC/LSA, Lhasa, ChinaIC/MDJ, Mudanjiang, China
IC/QIZ, Qiongzhong, Guangduong Province, ChinaIU/COR, Corvallis, Oregon, USA
IU/DWPF,Disney Wilderness Preserve, Florida, USAIU/LVC, Limon Verde, Chile
IU/MIDW, Midway Island, Pacific Ocean, USAIU/RCBR, Riachuelo, Brazil
IU/RSSD, Black Hills, South Dakota, USAIU/SSPA, Standing Stone, Pennsylvania USA
IU/TUC, Tucson, ArizonaIU/WAKE, Wake Island, Pacific Ocean
IU/WCI, Wyandotte Cave, Indiana, USAIU/WVT, Waverly, Tennessee, USA