posted on May, 28 2012 @ 02:34 AM
1. The transit in 2004 did not "end" above your red dot. That simply marks the border between the parts of the globe where the entire transit was
visible and where it was only visible during sunset or sunrise.
2. The transit in 2012 does not "end" near California. That red dot isn't anywhere near California anyway. Like the above poster said, it's more
near Alaska. Still... that is not the "ending" point and North America will actually be getting the start of the transit.
Weird, I woke up this morning thinking the exact same thing. Was thinking about starting a thread (not for a couple days because I'm a lagger) but
then I'm flipping through ATS and find your thread. I'll contribute here if anything comes to mind. I too strongly believe eclipses and the like
have an effect on us so maybe we can come up with some good stuff.