posted on Jul, 14 2013 @ 03:38 AM
Originally posted by Iamschist
I think the blame is not with the sun, but with our atmosphere. That is why our perception of the sun has changed, imho. I will await Phage to tell
you the science, hopefully he will drop by..... Some argue we have changed our atmosphere, I will just say there is a lot of evidence it has
changed. To me the sun does feel more harsh. Damaged ozone?
I think we're all thinking this ... as when I'm outside, it's actually cold. But somehow, the sun feels radioactive if that makes any sense.
We're not coming into a hotter period as some people have said, but instead we're likely to be going into a colder period ... a period which is
periodic, about every thousand years. The bottom of the lat period was somewhere in 16-17 hundred and it started somewhere between 950-1150.
But right now, being in the sun my skin gets sticky. How we experience the sun, is quite different than we did before ... and it's took a dive
around and after 2000. And people aren't aware of it, but the beeches are drying up of tourists. Of course, they say it's the economy ...
But ladies and gentlemen, our "economy" and our social structure has always taken a dive and a rise, in periods over the thousands of years we
existed. We are not the masters of our existance, as we imagine ourselves to be ... our economy is as it is, because our environment has changed ...
and that changes us ...
It's good to know that there are others, who are aware of it ...