posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 03:42 AM
Originally posted by Kandinsky
The article isn't literally claiming the sun has physically arrived two days early. It isn't suggesting that the constellations have moved either.
It's describing sunlight in the sky two days early. The article goes on to suggest a couple of possibilities from the melting ice shelf (mentioned by
other posters) to ice crystals in the air reflecting sunlight.
They aren't saying that it was broad daylight, two days early, but a brightness in the sky like we get before sunrise.
Correct, but it has to be something noticable that hasnt been seen before. The first thought I had was Mist, Fog, Ice crystals, any of the many
weathers that can come with cold. The only problem I can see with this is, I'm certain the same weather patterns took place at various times, but as
we are having more "odd" weather this year and to date, it continues, so it still seems possible that the weather could play a part.
Melting glaciers seems plausable also, but if there was no ice melt in that direction and it has been the same as before, it makes me curious as to
what it could be.
Do we know wether the recent slight shift the earth field has something to do with this? As another poster mentioned, there could be forces outside
our own itty bitty earth that could be at play. Perhaps the earth is gradually adjusting to the magnetic shift?