Thank you for all the positive comments received this week! I will strive to make this an entertaining blog.
Links have been added to the GM=tc^3 website, also a paper about the observed "c change". Be sure to look at the graph; if a prediction fits the data this closely it might mean something!
Since this is a science blog, there will be many astronomical pictures. This is the American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting in San Francisco, a display with Cassini scientists. Someone is in front of the poster, so I'll put some photos here.
"Sources of Mass/Energy in Saturn Rings". Above is a temperature map of Enceladus. It was predicted that the warmest part of the surface would be facing the Sun, yet the "hot spot" is the South Pole. That is also the origin of the gaseous plume venting into Space and resupplying E Ring.
This is Saturn herself seen in infrared by our Subaru telescope atop Mauna Kea. There is a "hot spot" centred within 2-3 degrees of the South Pole most visible at 17.65 microns. No hot spots have been observed at the North Pole. Something unusual is happening within these worlds.
Since Saturn and the Rings are subjects of study for me, there will be more photos soon.