posted on Jul, 23 2013 @ 03:09 PM
We seem to get these 'the sun is different' threads every summer solstice. It's JULY, ferchrissakes. I'm just turning 60 and have fond memories
of the summers of old, but I sure as heck didn't go out in July and August during high noon all that much, and when I did, I burned fast and the
eye-glare was blinding. My 'golden sun' memories were more likely early mornings, dinner time and late into the evening as the sun is lower on the
horizon and everything takes on that glow. High noon is high noon, folks.
Maybe our Aussie and Kiwi-ian friends could chime in and tell us if their now-winter sun seems hotter than usual or it's making their skin crinkle
I agree that things all across the board seem different, and that there are climatic changes both natural and man-made happening, but if the sun truly
were hotter than normal, the plants and animals out in it all day long would be fried by now if things were more than minutely different.