The Foucault Pendulum, which tracks the Earth's rotation, has exhibited peculiar movements during the time of a solar eclipse. These movements have been known for some 50 years. However, so far no explanation has been presented to explain the movements.
The question is why is it occurring?
Incidentally, NASA never released the 1999 data on the worldwide experiment(s). Why is that? Dr. David Noever (Rhodes scholar, and a leading theoretical physicist concerning gravity for NASA who headed the experiment) later left NASA after the results have disappeared -- Why?
No, the question is: is it occurring?
I already provided the email on the 1999 data. Clearly it's inconclusive.
I infer Noever found that he didn't have anything worth publishing.
Why don't you friend Dr. David Noever on Facebook and ask him why he left NASA?
By the way, I looked over his publications. He never was a leading theoretical physicist concerning gravity for NASA. Will you please stop making things up?