Q: Did you notice time is moving faster?
A: pasQuale just optimised the databases, that’s why you get the impression. Now, seriously, you need to get out more.
Interesting. I don’t like many pseudo-scientific affirmations this article makes, Yanielle, establishing links of causality which are not necessarily right (for instance calling the SR an “Earth’s pacemaker”. It’s also based on a very weird premise — according to which the frequency has shifted whooping 3 Hz in a matter of ten years or so. From what I know, this isn’t possible even in case the frequency is extremely sensitive to global changes (plenty of which we’ve provided in those past few decades)… and in fact it’s not supposed to be that sensitive. (I’d like to emphasize this: 3~5 Hz is a lot in this context).
His conclusions are based merely on hypotheses which are nowhere near grounded. But! it is possible that, rather than “changing its frequency”, the resonance has changed its timbre, that is, that one of the modes in its spectrum has gained more volume over time. It is possible that this happened in resonance to changes from down here. In that sense, it’s not like we have a pacemaker and its broken, but rather like we have a big thermometer and it’s suddenly indicating fever.
That is to say: something might be causing this kind of massive phenomenon to act weird, and that something, cæteris paribus, must of course be us. So perhaps we’re causing something to the world which makes that resonance act weird. Perhaps that same something is what’s causing us to think time is moving faster. At any rate, I dare anyone to spend a month in Bahia and still claim time moves anywhere near fast. Oh, how I miss that place!..