These again are most interesting results fom co author Horst Eckardt. The Hulse Taylor system is a precessing ellipse and the double neutron star is nearly circular but precessing. These orbits do not decrease over time, for that to happen the x parameter has to be modified as in Section 3 of UFT216. The precessing ellipse would slowly evolve into an orbit that spirals inward. The general orbit is a combination of both motions assuming that the astronomers do in fact observe a shrinking orbit. The actual experimental data seem to be measurements of luminosity. It is a big step from that to conclude that the orbit is shrinking, and that was part of the dogma of the old cosmology. The new cosmology that has so suddenly emerged is far simpler and much more scientific.