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originally posted by: pavil
a reply to: Picollo30
Perhaps the air pollution and jet exhausts have hazed up the sky changing the sky color slightly and also changing the overall tint of the Sun as well. I have to imagine overall pollution and air travel have increased a lot since the 70s.
originally posted by: Picollo30
Days are now shorter, time is speeding up a lot, a year passes by in a flash. Other things i've noticed the the sky and the sun colors. The sun is now xeon white and very bright when in the 80's it was yellow in colour. This was the thing that made me post this today. i was out and looked at the sky and the color of the sun was white and i recalled those early days when the sun had a different color, was warmer instead of agressive like the sun we have today.
Also the blue in the sky is different, when i was a kid it used to be a very light blue now its kind of a greyish blue. What changed, i dont think colour perception changes as we age, at least not that significantly and i'm only 39 with no eye problems that i know of.