posted on May, 10 2011 @ 06:54 AM
Wow, interesting thread.
Firstly, I agree with some of the posters when saying the atmosphere of our planet plays a huge part in what light gets to us, and it would be smart
to start there. It's hotter? Sure is, apparently there's some global climate change taking place. Also we did a number on the Ozone layer. Even if
your prism experiment is missing a range of color, that doesn't mean the sun is no longer producing it. It could simply mean the nature of the upper
atmosphere has changed as such to block the red spectrum. This would lend some credibility to the chemtrails debate as well.
I personally haven't really noticed a difference with the sun itself, but i have noticed a lack of clear deep blue skies I remember as a child. that
can easily be explained with increased pollution and air traffic.
What I do find interesting, for several reasons, is the fact that so many people here are saying they've noticed this "white" sun, and their friends
have, their wives, husbands, etc.... Yet this is the first I've ever heard of it, and none of these other people have ever mentioned it before. I'd
lean towards bandwagon jumping as is apparent in other threads. It's also possible that this will lead to the chemtrails scenario where once you
learn of them, you see them everywhere. but I will also stay skeptical and make an effort to pay a little attention to the sun in the coming weeks.
So far though, today excluded as it's raining, the sun is the sun for me, yellow and bright, orange when it's setting, as always.
In the interim, I'd suggest anyone with access to a prism go document this, it will only take a second to capture an image and post it here.
something as big and easily tested as a change in the nature of light coming from the sun, shouldn't rely on word of mouth, pictures or it didn't
happen. I don't expect one, because the red spectrum is quite obviously fine, but I still expect something.
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