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Originally posted by freedom12
Hmm.....This needs to be confirmed about the sunlight being 5 hrs when there should be no sun. Unfortunately, I doubt because of the location, that there is another source.
Originally posted by redtic
According to Stellarium, right now that location (S 70 35 W 7 51) is supposed to be having 5 hours of sunlight from roughly 5am to 10am. Note it's not quite the south pole, but at 70 degrees.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
This has been mentioned before in another thread but if the sun isn't where it's supposed to be, a lot of people would have noticed.
Particularly those who visited Stonehenge during the Summer Solstice a week or so ago.
As we know it is several thousand year old and aligns with the Winter Solstice and the Summer Solstice.
If something was off, the alignment would be off at Stonehenge.
edit on 27/6/11 by Chadwickus because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Bixxi3
its always the same. see a interesting thread get to the 2nd page and its solved lol