"Dude, is it just me??"

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posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 05:49 PM
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well I live in the North of Portugal (Europe) and today i felt in the morning about 09:30hours the sun was unusually hot .... strange indeed




posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 06:09 PM
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The sun seems it's normal self to me, but then again it could be based on your local. California is a pretty bustling state, could it possibly be the results of pollution, or Vapor from the ocean having a lensing effect?



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 06:22 PM
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Hey bud. Yeah I don't think it's just you, the sun feels like it's "closer" lately. It's not so much the temperature that I've noticed, although it has been strange. But the general intensity of the of the heat is what's getting me. The Sun feels like it's right on top of you, and seems to have been trending towards that for quite a while.

A few days ago it was only peaking in temp here in the high 50's, but when you got directly in the sun light, felt like somebody had a heat lamp a few feet over your head. Much more hot and intense than normal. Like I said- just feels "closer". Best word I can find to describe it.

I've noticed this as well; strange indeed.



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 06:40 PM
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maybe its some kind of cosmic ray increase but yeah it feels hotter nowadays



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 07:00 PM
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The sun is also strange here in Melbourne, going to work yesterday and driving towards the sun it was almost blinding. And I have been driving that way for years, also this strange halo effect that seemed to extend a great distance from the sun.
It could be I find myself looking to the sky's more than normal, I am not sure but I believe the sun is certainly different and hotter than say 20 years ago.



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 07:39 PM
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not going on just about sun, whole weather this year has been weird and i,m convinced winter is going to be just as bad



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 07:58 PM
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At the risk of being seen as someone just jumping on the bandwagon, I too have been noticing this change for sometime now here in Boise, Idaho. This summer I was not able to drive and have my window down and my arm exposed to the sun. I experienced it not just as warmth or excessive heat but as a painful burning no matter what the outside temperature was. The sun appears to be a much whiter and have a brighter intensity.



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 08:55 PM
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I'm in San Diego and all anyone has been talking about is how inconsistent the weather has been this year. It has felt like July since about June and only recently started getting cooler. It usually cools down considerably by mid September, but now we'll have a cold (for us anyway, 60's) day or two followed by a heatwave, followed by what seems like a tropical storm with how hard it rains. I have lived in SD for 21 years, and I have never experienced such drastic changes in the weather here. It has always been very predictable and we never reach really high or low temperatures. This year though we had a couple summer days where we got close to 110 in downtown, and that's right next to the ocean. The nights right now are colder than we're used to as well, I find myself using a lot more blankets than I ever have. Very weird stuff, it's like the sun is drunk or something.



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 09:24 PM
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Well down here in Aust, it's all four seasons, very weird I remember spring to be hot with some rain, you could wear summer clothes.
At the moment I am rugged up in winter clothes.




posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 09:32 PM
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Yeah, I've noticed here in KY the sun seems to be HUGE! It's sending us something..



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 09:45 PM
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Maybe the gov has been using HAARP too much creating superstorms all over the world, earthquakes, strange trumpet sounds, unexplained booms and shakes, hums and whatever else, that they have now screwed up the ionosphere they're bouncing these waves off of. But hey, I've read the HAARP threads and according to the few, that's all crazy talk.



posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 09:52 PM
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Originally posted by SyxDaliGee
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The timing of Your OP is Kool, to me. Just yesterday morning around 9:00 am (Central Time Zone) I mentioned to my Wife the same thing. The air was very cool, around upper 40's or so, but the Sun was Very Intense on our Faces. Strange combo We thought... Syx.


Yeah, that's what it was like here in northern Wisconsin today. My wife asked how warm it was outside earlier and I said it only reached 50 but it felt like near 70. In the house without any heat on it reached 77. Outside air temp was only 50.



posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 08:20 PM
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Yeah its not just you. The other day I woke up to the cold morning temperature, then when i took a 2-3 mile walk to the library around noon, I started to feel sick cuz it was sooo hot. The heat was piercing instant heat man!, i wanted to throw u.p it felt like i was gonna get a heat stroke or something. I was thinking theres less atmospheric pressure holding the sun rays back or some bull shiz like that. Today its cloudy as a mofo though, very nice! Los Angeles
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posted on Nov, 18 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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Two heat waves in human history with highest death toll have happened after the millennium: 2003 European heat wave (estimation 70 000 victims), 2010 Russian heat wave (estimation 56 000 deaths).

You can see below articles by Reuters, BBC, AP and Scientific American (+ find online various other respectable sources) that admit that the impact of global warming was underestimated.

It is now out in the open that the environment warming up is not only true, but also that it is happening much faster than expected:

BBC, 27th October 2012 - Arctic sea ice reaches record low, Nasa says

Scientific American, November 2012 Issue - Earth May Be Warming Even Faster Than Expecte

AP, 14th November 2012 - Global warming talk heats up, revisits carbon tax

Reuters, 25th November 2012 - 100 million will die by 2030 if world fails to act on climate: report





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