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Only on the equinoxes (Sept/Mar 21st) does the Sunrise/set at due East/West. At the solstices (Dec/June 21st) the position is its furthest South/North of East/West. How far to the North or South that is depends on your lattitude.
I realize that. I know what the sun does at the paticular times of the year. My point is that it has moved dramatically eastward in the last week.
But I also know what I see and feel, and it's just different. I stopped talking about it because I was tired of science being thrown at it. Proof that everything is normal backed by science and numbers that don't lie don't change the fact that everything we know today will change tomorrow. plus it doesn't take into consideration my intuition, gut feeling, point of view, etc...
no, science couldn't ever take your "gut feeling" or "intuition" into account other than to form hypothesis that could later be tested. Proof that everything is normal, well, with the sun at least, is easily attained, go outside and look up. Though I would never ever be silly enough to discount a woman's intuition, time and time again it has proven pretty accurate.
I agree though, there is a very reasonable explanation for this, the sun is where it should be.
Yup... I look up, I look down (at shadows), I take dozens of photographs day and night. I always have my eye on the sky. Just when I'm sure everything is normal something crazy will happen... like.... the sun shining through my window at 4:30 in the morning, even though I know the sunrise for my particular area is at 7:07 am for that particular day. And I am not talking about just light with no actual sun in the sky yet. I am talking sunrise.
Originally posted by underdogradio
reply to post by Skorpiogurl
Are you saying the sun rose 3 hours early and you and your husband are the only ones to notice? When did this happen? How often does this happen? Did the sun set at the proper time and position?
Without knowing your location (don't need to tell me) and since the sun is behaving perfectly normal here. Maybe you are experiencing some sort of localized tectonic motion. You know, the land you are on may be lifting and turning.
Originally posted by Metal Head
If it was truly rising early more than just you would have noticed it, it would be all over the news.edit on 27-10-2011 by Metal Head because: spelling