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Originally posted by CircleOfDust
Originally posted by Astr0
I was born first week of 1970.
Sure some of it is skin ageing, eyes ageing, but at 26 I vividly can recall looking at the sun and going 'that's wrong colour'.
There's another thing I miss, that smell (not that it's not around, but just that I'm not located near a beach currently) of coconut oil. But I think it's more because I associate that with good-looking ladies? ha IDK
Originally posted by muzzleflash
I haven't noticed a difference for the most part.
But if there is a difference, I think all the scientists need to be on this.
The sun is claimed to be billions of years old and little changes over vast amounts of time.
If these drastic of changes have happened in just a few Earth years, this is extremely worrying and could indicate a major cataclysm coming soon.
I am more inclined towards the possibility that this is mostly bias subjective opinions however rather than actual scientific measurements of differentiation. So I won't be all too concerned unless I can get some sort of figures that can put things into a reasonable context that my brain can comprehend.
So I don't know, maybe , maybe not?
If any of it's true it's quite alarming however.