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Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have

 
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
so this dude, and some climatologists say everything's cool.

yet all these ancient people's, some of which knew about thing's like, the earth being round, precession etc. way before we even could even imagine, are saying something is up! All while the things we we're told to watch for unfold before our eyes.

not buying it.

time will inevitability tell.
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The basic unit of the Mayan Long Count calendar was the Tun. The Tun consisted of a cycle of 360 days. As we have seen from the previous instalment, at the time that the Maya set up their Long Count calendar, this actually was the exact number of days it took for the earth to travel around the Sun.

However, the Maya were not the only culture to use a calendar based on a solar year of 360 days. Ancient texts and sacred scripts show that the same length of year was also used at that time by the Egyptians, Persians, Hindus, Chaldeans, Assyrians, Hebrews, Chinese, Greeks and Romans.

If these ancient texts are to be believed, and there was a time in earth’s history when the length of the solar year was exactly 360 days, then the obvious question that arises is when did it change to its present length of 365 days, 5 hours and 49 minutes, and what was the cause of this change. The answer, according to these same ancient texts, is that some three and a half thousand years ago the earth had a close encounter with an enormous comet.

The effects of this cometary encounter devastated the entire planet, generating mountainous tides that swept away entire cities, exploding volcanoes that incinerated forests, earthquakes that fractured the land, hurricane-force winds and tornados that annihilated man and beast alike, and a darkness that enveloped the world for five days.

The devastation caused by this event was recorded by those few Maya who survived, as we can see from the following excerpts from their sacred books.

“It was ruin and destruction …. the sea was piled up …. it was a great inundation …. people were drowned in a sticky substance raining from the sky …. the face of the earth grew dark and the gloomy rain endured days and nights …. and then there was a great din of fire above their heads.” (Popul-Vuh)

“There descended from the sky a rain of bitumen and of a sticky substance …. the earth was obscured and it rained day and night. And men ran hither and thither and were as if seized by madness; they tried to climb to the roofs, and the houses crashed down; they tried to climb the trees, and the trees cast them far away; and when they tried to escape in caves and caverns, these were suddenly closed.” (Manuscript Quiche)
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But the Mayan tales of devastation that had swamped their lands and created havoc among their people did not end there. They went on to describe how this terrifying demon of death had returned again after an absence of 52 years, to once again lay waste to their lands and wipe out their cities. Just 52 years after their last “age” had ended in a world-wide cataclysm, another world age now lay in ruins as a result of the second close encounter with this gigantic comet.

And so was born the unique Mayan “52 year calendar cycle” that was to last right up until the Spanish conquest in the 16th century. The “Long Count” method of measuring time ceased to be an important feature of Maya daily life from that point onward. Instead, Mayan astronomers created a new cycle which would repeat itself after exactly 52 years. This 52 year cycle has come to be known as the “Calendar Round”.

Those astronomers and priests of the Maya who had survived the destruction of the previous 52 year cycle, waited in fearful expectation for the fiery comet to return and once again destroy their world. But fortunately for the Maya and for the rest of the world, the comet that had passed disastrously close to the earth on two previous occasions, 52 years apart, no longer returned to threaten the earth.

However, the traumatic memories of those terrible days in their recent past made an indelible impression on those Maya priests who had survived their earlier encounters. As the 52nd anniversary of their last encounter with the comet drew near, so the entire nation became gripped with the fear of imminent death. Religious ceremonies were held, imploring their Gods to rescue them in their hour of peril.

One can imagine the wave of jubilation that engulfed the entire Maya nation when it became apparent that there would be no third appearance of the comet, and that they had been spared to enjoy a new period of peace in the heavens. Yet, as the next 52 year cycle drew to an end, a new sense of impending doom arose. For there was no guarantee that the fiery Gods of the skies might not return once again to destroy them all.
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I got a rise twice this morning, and "Felt" nothing different.... each time... GRIN
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
Did it happen again this year?
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Didn't this happen last year too? It's not a magnetic pole shift but a planet shift. One of the reasons for the weather changes worldwide.
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Did it happen again this year?
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come on greenland, defrost your computer and give us an update
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
This article is a year old.

It's from January 2011
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
Here is a plausable reason for this event-

The recession of glaciers rebounds the earth's crust causing the horizonal rise in elevation at the point of observation; therefore, the sun seems to be rising earlier when in fact the land is rising to meet the sun.

Have a good day and a pleasant tomorrow.
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01/12/2012 11:30 AM
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this is because over the last 1 1/2 years or so the axis has shifted nearly 4 degrees
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
Here is a plausable reason for this event-

The recession of glaciers rebounds the earth's crust causing the horizonal rise in elevation at the point of observation; therefore, the sun seems to be rising earlier when in fact the land is rising to meet the sun.

Have a good day and a pleasant tomorrow.
 Quoting: a student of Protean thought 3860250


May I suggest we follow the Socratic approach to solving a problem then the accepted prescription of the Hegelian Dialectic- Problem/Reaction/Solution.

Have a good day and a pleasant tomorrow.
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
Here is a plausable reason for this event-

The recession of glaciers rebounds the earth's crust causing the horizonal rise in elevation at the point of observation; therefore, the sun seems to be rising earlier when in fact the land is rising to meet the sun.

Have a good day and a pleasant tomorrow.
 Quoting: a student of Protean thought 3860250


May I suggest we follow the Socratic approach to solving a problem then the accepted prescription of the Hegelian Dialectic- Problem/Reaction/Solution.

Have a good day and a pleasant tomorrow.
 Quoting: a student of Protean thought 3860250


bump
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01/12/2012 11:34 AM
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
Mayby something changing out in space.
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01/12/2012 11:36 AM
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
How can the sun rise 2 days late?
How do you know which day is which if the sun didn't rise for a day/

IT MAKES NO SENSICAL?
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Dumb Americans.
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
Here is a plausable reason for this event-

The recession of glaciers rebounds the earth's crust causing the horizonal rise in elevation at the point of observation; therefore, the sun seems to be rising earlier when in fact the land is rising to meet the sun.

Have a good day and a pleasant tomorrow.
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wtf
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
How can the sun rise 2 days late?
How do you know which day is which if the sun didn't rise for a day/

IT MAKES NO SENSICAL?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1227172


Dumb Americans.
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LOL…yep, it's embarrassing how Americans have become gullible, stupid, retards…sad.
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
bump for greenland update on this years sunrise.
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Re: Greenland - sun has risen 2 days before it should have
Damn, I was waiting to thread rez this bitch. I think it happens on the 14th?
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link: [link to orf.at]

english:
In Greenland, the sun after the polar night of this year has risen by two days early. According to the KNR Radio Greenland showed the central star in Ilulissat, on Tuesday at exactly 12:56:57 Clock. Normally, the sun rises in the West Greenland settlement, however, until 13 First time in January again.

An expert from the University of Vienna suggests that the observation may be due to the recent strong accelerated melting of the Greenland ice sheet. One thing is certain - the constellation of the stars has certainly changed.
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how can the constellation of the stars change?

WTF earth tilts and thats the best answer..
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Remember Janurary 2011 they announced a new constellation ophiuchus, around the 14th, said that we now had 13.
It was all over the news.
Wouldn't that be an indication that something changed last year? That something had shifted? A constellation had just been reborn. (sorry a little dramitic)
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Damn, I was waiting to thread rez this bitch. I think it happens on the 14th?
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right but if it was early 2 days like they said, then we should know by now.

weird though, I read a post from a teacher in greenland who said the sun didn't rise when it was supposed to, opposed to being early.


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