posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:14 AM
(Mods, although this is Breaking News, I needed to translate it and not being positive on its translation, I didn't want to chance mis-quoting
anything. So if you need to please move to Breaking News section)
So, what do we have here? The Sun rising two days EARLIER and that is due to global warming (too)?
I am no expert or even a B student when it comes to science but I cannot for the life of me, incorporate let alone understand the Sun's movement on
Earth and.................the weather.
Sure I realize we can have optical illusions but come on.....two places on the global (Arctic and Greenland) are experiencing Sun light when it's
not supposed to?
And global warming? That cliche has gotten a LOT of bang for its buck! Gore should be proud. But needless to say, that's another area of contention. I
thought we are in a mini-ice-age?
So what gives?
Ya think they confused the masses pretty well? I'd rate this a stellar performance by the PTB who want to keep us scratching our heads!
In Greenland, the sun after the polar night of this year has risen by two days early. According to the KNR Radio Greenland showed the central star
in Ilulissat, on Tuesday at exactly 12:56:57 Clock. Normally, the sun rises in the West Greenland settlement, however, until 13 First time in January
An expert from the University of Vienna suggests that the observation may be due to the recent strong accelerated melting of the Greenland ice sheet.
One thing is certain - the constellation of the stars has certainly changed.
The Greenlandic town IlulissatAP / Michael KappelerIlulissat is located in West Greenland and living from fishing and tourism.
Inhabitants of the third-largest city with 4,500 inhabitants of Greenland, made because of the early sun appeared worried. "Here in the place the sun
comes up until 13 January. Since one or the other probably does not, "cited a 74-year-old KNR locals in a report on its website.
No change in the Earth's rotation
Scientists rule out any case that the observation could have geophysical or astronomical reasons. "In the constellation of the stars has not changed,"
said Wolfgang Lenhardt, head of the geophysics department at the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG) in Vienna. "There would have
been an outcry around the world." The data of Earth's axis and Earth's rotation would be monitored continuously and meticulously.
Then we had the report of light shining in High Arctic during their 24-hour period of darkness. And that TOO is being blamed on global warming.
People in the High Arctic say their 24-hour darkness isn't as dark as it used to be, and a weather researcher says it's because of the warming
"We still have a daylight and there's still blue, green, red down there — there's sun sign still," said Zipporah Ootooq Aronsen, who lives in
Resolute Bay, Nunavut. "It's not usually like that."
People in Resolute Bay now sometimes see a distant island that in the past was only visible during daylight hours.
Read more: www.cbc.ca...#ixzz1ApjWUhwB
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edit on 12-1-2011 by Human_Alien because: grammar and
edit on 19/1/2011 by Sauron because: removed eleven unnecessary question marks from title