Mounted on a one meter diameter propeller, the GPS-receiver experiences an acceleration which ends in a constant speed of 418 m/s (approx. 1500 km/h). Nevertheless, the system indicates slight movement of up to 8 km/h speed and minimal position changes while friction due to centrifugal forces causes the (time) machine to changes its state.
GPS-Technology rasters the world in a time-critical and temporally grid. Within this system corporeality becomes unstable and counterfeits our perception of real world movements.