01.

## Jitter

Using the scientific method, we experimented.

Experimental results

6 sigma of periodicity explained by the hypothesis

a.

Fourier Transform of magnitude of jitter on atomic clock for the past 2 years.

b.

The spike at one cycle per sidereal day is explained by the hypothesis.

Data is further supportive of hypothesis

a.

A measurement of the phase reveals when jitter is maximum

By measuring the phase at 1 cycle per sidereal day we find the boarder of the constellation Leo/Crater is on the Easter Horizon when the jitter is at a maximum

b.

A measurement of the magnitude reveals how fast we are moving towards Virgo

$$\text { We find that } v_{z \perp}=0.001 \mathrm{c}$$

c.

This measurement matches the velocity of Earth in the Cosmic Microwave Reference Frame as measured by the Planck Collaboration

02.

## Johnson

Our first experiment is measuring diffusion in time. A second experiment is underway to ratify our hypothesis

Our next experiment is measuring diffusion in space. In this case 2 spikes should be present, one at 1 cycle per sidereal day from the variance in sample timing and one at 2 cycles per sidereal day as the main dimension of the resistor orients itself with the Sun’s velocity. Conclusions should be available soon.

JOHNSON

[Formula]

\begin{align}\text{Signal} &= \text{AC Power}_{s}^{2} + \text{AC Power}_{x}^{2} \notag \\&= k_{B} T B \frac{\lvert v_{e} \rvert}{c} \sqrt{\frac{\hbar}{\mathtt{t}mc^{2}}} cos(2 \pi f_{SR} t - \vartheta )\notag \\&+\frac{\left|v_{z\perp}\right|^{2}}{4c^{2}}\frac{\hbar}{\mathtt{t}^{2}} \cos(2 \pi 2 f_{SR}t - 2 \varsigma +\pi) \notag\end{align}