Originally posted by GreenEyedVixen
reply to post by mainidh
I never stared! Just glanced, as I feared staring too long would have some sort of negative repercussions, I used to just glace at it.
I, as a kid, could look at the sun and not flinch so much. Now I cant even stand a wet bitumen road, as I suffer severe photosensitivity in even
But I just attribute that to age and a general bad care of my own eye sight, not the sun getting brighter.
Changes in the sun, in our life time, would be beyond perception. It takes an unimaginably long time for things to occur on it that it really does
make more sense to conclude that old age is the cause of a persons perception of brightness, than the actual luminescence of the sun.
And also certain medications can cause photosensitivity in the skin, making the sun feel hotter on it.
Bit like a frog in a slowly boiling pot of water, exclaiming that the air is getting wetter. Forgetting that he's actually boiling do death, but
noting other things to explain his discomfort.
Now scientists and scientists alike can be safe in the knowledge that if the sun is getting hotter, it's not going to cause the effects put forward in
this thread. Human frailty, however, can appear to cause them.
eh what do I know, I'm a hippy nazi cat llama... I see nothink!!! Nothinnnkkk!!!!
edit on 5-4-2012 by mainidh because: New thread: English is
getting harder to use, I know this, because I am making more typos than ever these days. Darn you lexicon of words!!!