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Dark Sky Before The Sunset

 
_Obsidian_

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The point the OP made was, specifically, DARK while the sun was still up in the sky.

Those photos you posted, OP, were impressive: clouds dark underneath, light above, but the sky itself was dark WHEN the Sun was high in the sky~
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"Only one candle left to burn now, before the darkness comes"

"Happiness consumes itself like a flame. It cannot burn for ever, it must go out, and the presentiment of its end destroys it at its very peak."

"But what is Hope? Nothing but the paint on the face of Existence; the least touch of truth rubs it off, and then we see what a hollow-cheeked harlot we have got hold of"
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Pretty much all the people I have to do with have noticed this.
Living in northern Germany where it's normal that winter days are short, but when people confuse 3:30pm with 5:30pm because of the darkness, something is not alright.

On the other hand it seems to me that the sun rises earlier than it usually does in winter. scratching
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Do you think its anything? Or are we just more aware and paying attention to things we didn't used to before?
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Nah, I don't think it's anything, at least not anything really unusual.
Maybe it has to do with all these very large earthquakes during the last decade, of which all altered the earth's rotation speed a bit, but it's pretty unlikely.

Probably has just to with the fact that our planet wobbles like a huge drunken ball through our solar system and shifts its axis' angle every now and then - something around every 100 000 years I think.
So maybe we're just on the verge of another cycle where it tilts to a flatter ankle.

Don't know for sure though, but I know that I'm not just more aware of things than I've been in the past, but that really something changed.
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12/07/2012 06:46 PM
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Yesterday it seemed the sun was very low on southern horizon ALL DAY.. and had a sunset type hue as well ALL DAY. Odd day indeed. Yes some days it gets dark at 4 30 and others its 5 30. One day last week it was just after 3pm and it was like sunset dark. Puzzled but not shocked in Ontario.
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Here too in BC. Some days it stays light out longer than others. It seems all over the place yet not the shortest day of the year. I've never seen it dark at 4 o Clock before but it has been here. Pitch black at night also. I haven't been able to see or find the moon for days. Still no where in site at 2am and it should be there.

I think the planet is rolling around like a top right now. No rhyme or reason. Normal not. Normal and Not. Normal and not.

I covered all my windows. The difficult to reach ones with plywood thick 6ml plastic and plywood today. Precut boards for the rest of them. I think we are fucked coming up into 21-12. Somthing is up. Seriously folks get ready for somthing.

The way I figure it nothing lost on a few screws, some plastic and some plywood. Can reuse it all later. I'm batting down the hatches. God Blees You All and Take Care To Prepare.
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In addition: The theory of the tilted angle would be in accord with what the person from Canada said, that the sun is lower over the horizon than usual.
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12/07/2012 06:49 PM
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I'm in Maine so yes, the sun has been setting ealier so it's hard to tell. any southern folk around to testify?
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12/07/2012 07:04 PM
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Pretty much all the people I have to do with have noticed this.
Living in northern Germany where it's normal that winter days are short, but when people confuse 3:30pm with 5:30pm because of the darkness, something is not alright.

On the other hand it seems to me that the sun rises earlier than it usually does in winter. scratching
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Do you think its anything? Or are we just more aware and paying attention to things we didn't used to before?
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Nah, I don't think it's anything, at least not anything really unusual.
Maybe it has to do with all these very large earthquakes during the last decade, of which all altered the earth's rotation speed a bit, but it's pretty unlikely.

Probably has just to with the fact that our planet wobbles like a huge drunken ball through our solar system and shifts its axis' angle every now and then - something around every 100 000 years I think.
So maybe we're just on the verge of another cycle where it tilts to a flatter ankle.

Don't know for sure though, but I know that I'm not just more aware of things than I've been in the past, but that really something changed.
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This makes a lot of sense. I cracked up when I saw "a huge drunken ball through our solar system" lmfao!!!!!!

You are funny hf
"Only one candle left to burn now, before the darkness comes"

"Happiness consumes itself like a flame. It cannot burn for ever, it must go out, and the presentiment of its end destroys it at its very peak."

"But what is Hope? Nothing but the paint on the face of Existence; the least touch of truth rubs it off, and then we see what a hollow-cheeked harlot we have got hold of"
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12/07/2012 07:08 PM
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Did you guys see the thread about a meteorite over texas this morning and how it lit up the whole sky like a cameras flash?

2012 has been weird and continues to get weirder and weirder in my opinion lol
"Only one candle left to burn now, before the darkness comes"

"Happiness consumes itself like a flame. It cannot burn for ever, it must go out, and the presentiment of its end destroys it at its very peak."

"But what is Hope? Nothing but the paint on the face of Existence; the least touch of truth rubs it off, and then we see what a hollow-cheeked harlot we have got hold of"
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This makes a lot of sense. I cracked up when I saw "a huge drunken ball through our solar system" lmfao!!!!!!

You are funny hf
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Glad I made someone laugh today. hf
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This makes a lot of sense. I cracked up when I saw "a huge drunken ball through our solar system" lmfao!!!!!!

You are funny hf
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Anyway, in about the center East of the US latitude in the city like NY, today the Sun may sets @ 4.30 PM, so the light should be pretty there almost till 4.50 PM

If you are in the middle south West latitude in city like Los Ageles, the sunset should be @ 4.45 PM (15 min later) so the light should remains almost till 5.05 PM

If you are in the south center latitude zone like Austin in Texas:
the sunset should be @ 5.30 PM (1 hour later) so the light shoud be there till 5.50 PM


You can yourself check your city stuff here: [link to www.timeanddate.com]


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12/08/2012 06:09 AM
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The world is speeding up more and more each day.

The clock will soon not be able to be trusted.

Rapid time acceleration is upon us.
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12/08/2012 06:31 AM
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Kind of funny this thread is here. Yesterday (12/7) I came out from the shower and said to my wife how dark it was in the house. It was only 3:15pm EST. could've just been clouds. It was cloudy all day.

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The point the OP made was, specifically, DARK while the sun was still up in the sky.

Those photos you posted, OP, were impressive: clouds dark underneath, light above, but the sky itself was dark WHEN the Sun was high in the sky~
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Well, I think that the object in the photos, was the moon.



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I usually drive on my Golf Cart to my sons house at 5:00 and come back at about 5:45 before it gets too dark here in Florida.

Yesterday, i drove up to his house and noticed it was getting dark earlier so i left right away. The Golf Cartr doesnt have working lights.

So yes, in fact its been that way for a couple of days now.

I don't know if its Earthshattering, but its happening. Usually by December the days start to get a little bit longer, dont they?
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I think so,too.
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12/08/2012 06:41 AM

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Kind of funny this thread is here. Yesterday (12/7) I came out from the shower and said to my wife how dark it was in the house. It was only 3:15pm EST. could've just been clouds. It was cloudy all day.

1dunno1
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SO, night in the sky @ 3 PM just because clouds?

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12/08/2012 06:46 AM
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It wasn't as dark as night at 3pm...just noticeable and could have very easily been cause by some heavy cloudcover...who the hell knows. Could've also been something blocking out the sun...or casting a shadow on the planet.

Mysteries we won't know til they smack us in the face.
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It wasn't as dark as night at 3pm...just noticeable and could have very easily been cause by some heavy cloudcover...who the hell knows. Could've also been something blocking out the sun...or casting a shadow on the planet.

Mysteries we won't know til they smack us in the face.
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Hi, where's your location in? Can you take a look today as well?



PS: here you can check clouds in realtime in all the US area (satellite) --> [link to www.ssec.wisc.edu]

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12/08/2012 07:12 AM
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Well, I too noticed this.

It's dark way too early - as if the dusk was obviously much "darker" than ever before this time of the year.

I'm an old (enough;) chap living in the countryside and having a keen eye on things such as this. Lots of weirdness has been going on during the last year or two, including the intensity, color and direction of sunlight.

So weird, and it just keeps coming.
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Well, I too noticed this.

It's dark way too early - as if the dusk was obviously much "darker" than ever before this time of the year.

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Hi there, can you specify the location zone in Finland you are in?



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I find this very interesting...
Last night I commented to a friend that
I found it very strange that for the last
few nights I noticed that it was still
very light after sunset in Cape Town.

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Hi there LEKKER, in your location (Cape Town, South Africa)

the sunset is @ 7.50 PM ---> [link to www.timeanddate.com]



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I find this very interesting...
Last night I commented to a friend that
I found it very strange that for the last
few nights I noticed that it was still
very light after sunset in Cape Town.

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As if the Northern hemisphere was turning farther away from the Sun than it "should"...
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I find this very interesting...
Last night I commented to a friend that
I found it very strange that for the last
few nights I noticed that it was still
very light after sunset in Cape Town.

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As if the Northern hemisphere was turning farther away from the Sun than it "should"...
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It seems like there has been a shift of sorts!!!

wtf
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It seems like there has been a shift of sorts!!!

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So it does. So weird in so many ways. If a shift so huge has happened the effects can easily be perceived by anyone with enough eye for details, then astronomers etc. should be going haywire all over the place. They'd be forced to notice something like this immediately. It could of course take some time before the word got out, but *someone* would break the silence. It's not only the hard core pros who would notice this, it would be basically every amateur astronomer.

Really, really weird.
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12/08/2012 07:42 AM
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Just checked meteo PT and sunset marked at 17.15, so looks normal here - say, 16.45 and it's getting darker.
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12/08/2012 07:44 AM
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[link to www.timeanddate.com]

Just checked for today.
Sunrise 7:35am - Sunset 4:41pm

Sunrise was right on time. I will see if sunset is on time, by me:)

Buffalo NY area.
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Cape Town sunset 7:48 pm
Lets see...still 5 hrs to go.
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Just checked meteo PT and sunset marked at 17.15, so looks normal here - say, 16.45 and it's getting darker.
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Right, for example in Lisbon, Portugal - the sunset is @ 5.15 PM.

So the sky should be dark in about @ 5.35 PM --> [link to www.timeanddate.com]



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Perhaps then, something is affecting the way people perceive the reality.

Been thinking about this possibility a lot - that the "reality" may and will change as our collective consciousness shifts.

Perhaps we're kinda switching between different closely aligned "realities", therefore experiencing things being "out of the place" occasionally until a new, stable version of this simulation has been achieved.
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Interesting...

however take look @ this article:

Health & Science: Darkness comes early in December

Published: Friday, November 16, 2012


By Dr. Milton Friedman
Columnist

Wow! When we turned the clocks back an hour at the end of Daylight Saving Time Nov. 4, we must have shut off the sun on the late afternoons. To keep up with the short afternoons, we need flashlights and candles after 5 p.m.

The shortest day of the year is Friday, Dec. 21. Surprisingly, each year, the earliest sunset does not happen on the shortest day. The earliest sunset occurs in early December. Already, we feel cheated by the lack of afternoons.

On Veterans Day, Nov. 11, the sun sets at 4:47 p.m. and the length of total daylight is 10 hours and 5 minutes. This leaves only a few minutes for outdoor activities after school before the sun takes a dive. But wait; it gets worse. The earliest sunsets take place on Dec. 4 through Dec. 9 when the sun sets at 4:35 p.m. although, on the shortest day of the year, which occurs on Dec. 21, the sun will set at 4:39 p.m. in Philadelphia. That day is the shortest day of the year in Philadelphia, at 9 hours, 19 minutes but the sun is setting 4 minutes later than in early December.


full source here --> [link to montgomerynews.com]

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