posted on Jul, 10 2013 @ 01:01 PM
reply to post by CircleOfDust
As far as looking at leaves, do what I've done and actually go outside and look at them. I've looked and studied them for hours.
So supply your results that can be verified, because your word shows a lack of scientific understanding.
Others have noticed the intensity of thunder's sound changing.
So have I,
do you expect every occasion of thunder to be identical in sound and intensity?
As I said before is this something you can prove or you just going of memory from the last 30 years?
And most people still wouldn't classify the sun as yellow anymore, but white/blue.
Maybe have your eyes checked and ask most people you know too as well, blue?
What do mean by classify? before it was stated what colour the sun looked like, which in my understanding means when you look at it what colour did
That's why the sun is no longer classified as a yellow dwarf
Well if this is whats meant when you said classify, the please explain how science gave our sun that classification in the first place, was it because
some scientist just looked at it as said it looks like a yellow small circle so we will classify it a yellow dwarf?
Or is there another process for making such classifications?