Bill Hawkins writes:
> It seems that pulsars are rotating stellar objects that have no reason
> to change their rotation, except to decay.

The whole point of that exercise was to determine which of the theories
that predict what the internal structure of a neutron star looks like is
more likely to be correct.  Here's a not too long and not too dense (pun
intended) writeup:

https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/04/neutron-star-glitch-hints-at-superfluid-beneath-its-crust/

> Ruling out causes from the stellar object,

You've taken a wrong turn right there.  The timing variations that were
measured are (most likely) produced by the stellar object.


Regards,
Achim.
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