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The Sun Was Supposed To Set At 4:41 Central Time In Missouri, 12/18 , Still Hasn't Set At 5:01

 
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It's good that you understand only idiots think that.
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lol

Finally someone makes some sense in this thread!

Amazing how someone can make a poor observation and it generates 9 pages of people jumping onward. Would be laughable if it weren't so sad.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4394822


'someone'

Actually, a lot of people.

'poor observation'

Do you mean they have poor eyesight..?
An observation is merely an observation.
Can't qualify it like that.

'9 pages of people jumping onward'

Really..? Discussion is now jumping onward..?

'Would be laughable if it weren't so sad.'

Ah, yes... your true motive to post here. Ridicule.
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You deserve more ridicule frankly. This thread is pure bunk.
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Thanks for verifying.... Not real smart, are ya..?
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I'm pretty sure we can all agree that the Cheshire moon has been happening forever.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


Where forever, you mean the boat moon in the equator regions right? if not, you should go back to school as well.

whatever


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What in the @#&**^%?@ world you IDIOT!!!! OF COURSE!!!!! IT DOESN'T MATTER IF YOU LIVE IN THE SOUTH POLE OR ON MARS!!!! THE CHESHIRE MOON HAS BEEN HAPPENING SINCE THE BEGINNING FOR THOSE THAT ARE IN @%$&*? REGION TO SEE IT HAPPEN!!!!

AND I STATED MY REGION!!

and here is something special for you..

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Its a reading comprehension test! please copy and paste your scores..
Thanks!
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When you have a golfball size consciousness, you're gonna have a golfball size understanding.
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This thread is getting too much attention.
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+1

I wondered about that. At sunset this evening, I'll come back and report at 34 degrees latitude on the East Coast.
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I'm pretty sure we can all agree that the Cheshire moon has been happening forever.

But why cant some people understand that it has seemed to happen at times that it shouldn't.

For example during winter a Cheshire moon is apparently normal yet in the summer it is not. I'm speaking from southern California and that perspective.

And from that point, Personally it was a Cheshire moon last spring/summer that caught my attention as odd.

So consider for a moment that maybe a change in the consistency of what we are accustomed to seeing and during the appropriate seasons is causing all of the confusion.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


You mean confusion in the minds of people who don't really know how the sky works?

A wobble in the rotation of the earth would explain The moon anomalies, the weather, the rising and setting of the sun.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


What solid, non-anecdotal evidence do you have that such is happening?

And if it hasn't happened yet. The very aspect of forums like these are waking people up to the idea of it. But some will never believe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


Believe what, that Earth is abnormally wobbling? Why believe such a thing with no solid, non-anecdotal evidence to support it? There are simple ways in which anybody can check that for themselves instead of guessing where the sun should be setting. Polaris would have to be radically out of place in the sky. It's not.
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Off-topic.. but I have to tell somebody..

Just caught a bad camera switch on CNN.
Showed Candy Crowley adjusting her gorilla suit..

hahaha
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I'm pretty sure we can all agree that the Cheshire moon has been happening forever.

But why cant some people understand that it has seemed to happen at times that it shouldn't.

For example during winter a Cheshire moon is apparently normal yet in the summer it is not. I'm speaking from southern California and that perspective.

And from that point, Personally it was a Cheshire moon last spring/summer that caught my attention as odd.

So consider for a moment that maybe a change in the consistency of what we are accustomed to seeing and during the appropriate seasons is causing all of the confusion.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


You mean confusion in the minds of people who don't really know how the sky works?

A wobble in the rotation of the earth would explain The moon anomalies, the weather, the rising and setting of the sun.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


What solid, non-anecdotal evidence do you have that such is happening?

And if it hasn't happened yet. The very aspect of forums like these are waking people up to the idea of it. But some will never believe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


Believe what, that Earth is abnormally wobbling? Why believe such a thing with no solid, non-anecdotal evidence to support it? There are simple ways in which anybody can check that for themselves instead of guessing where the sun should be setting. Polaris would have to be radically out of place in the sky. It's not.
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


shilling
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Yep, I noticed the same thing in eastern WA as well. Have also been seeing allot of other oddities like moving stars and something very weird about the moon. The lighted portion is not aligning with the suns' light. What the hell is up with all this? The fact that we've got 9 pages here already is pretty wild! Something very real (or unreal) is going on here.
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You yell "shill" everytime you get your ass-kicked by people using FACTS and LOGIC.

It's pathetic.
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Go back to school instead and open just one book. You and your shill friend F.O.S. here.

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 Quoting: DUCM900


Which book would that be?
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


Note: No response.
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Off-topic.. but I have to tell somebody..

Just caught a bad camera switch on CNN.
Showed Candy Crowley adjusting her gorilla suit..

:hahaha:
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Wish I could have seen that.
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shilling
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And those bunch of 3 **** are here for selling that crap.



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:shilling:
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And those bunch of 3 **** are here for selling that crap.



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 Quoting: DUCM900


So which books are those which allegedly say field rotation doesn't exist?
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Off-topic.. but I have to tell somebody..

Just caught a bad camera switch on CNN.
Showed Candy Crowley adjusting her gorilla suit..

:
 Quoting: Waterbug



Wish I could have seen that.
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Be glad you didn't.. I'm still trying to recover my eyesight....

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I'm pretty sure we can all agree that the Cheshire moon has been happening forever.

But why cant some people understand that it has seemed to happen at times that it shouldn't.

For example during winter a Cheshire moon is apparently normal yet in the summer it is not. I'm speaking from southern California and that perspective.

And from that point, Personally it was a Cheshire moon last spring/summer that caught my attention as odd.

So consider for a moment that maybe a change in the consistency of what we are accustomed to seeing and during the appropriate seasons is causing all of the confusion.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


You mean confusion in the minds of people who don't really know how the sky works?

A wobble in the rotation of the earth would explain The moon anomalies, the weather, the rising and setting of the sun.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


What solid, non-anecdotal evidence do you have that such is happening?

And if it hasn't happened yet. The very aspect of forums like these are waking people up to the idea of it. But some will never believe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


Believe what, that Earth is abnormally wobbling? Why believe such a thing with no solid, non-anecdotal evidence to support it? There are simple ways in which anybody can check that for themselves instead of guessing where the sun should be setting. Polaris would have to be radically out of place in the sky. It's not.
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


Explain the Weather. That's all. I have no proof its a hypothesis an idea or possibility of what is or what could come at some time. Maybe you have the answer.. Harrp, Global warming?
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OK. Menow and Hydra have finally appeared. Please do not indulge them with conversation. They are parasitic in nature and will become discouraged and skulk away if we give them the cold shoulder. Think 'middle school exclusivism' and they are not invited to our party.
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can you stop your fucking fake thread ...


all the week you do this
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This thread is getting too much attention.
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+1

I wondered about that. At sunset this evening, I'll come back and report at 34 degrees latitude on the East Coast.
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That's why our palsies have shown up. They're the playground bullies. I say we don't share our snacks with them.
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can you stop your fucking fake thread ...


all the week you do this
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To appease you?

No.
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Yep, I noticed the same thing in eastern WA as well. Have also been seeing allot of other oddities like moving stars and something very weird about the moon. The lighted portion is not aligning with the suns' light. What the hell is up with all this? The fact that we've got 9 pages here already is pretty wild! Something very real (or unreal) is going on here.
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Yes. It's nuts.
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OK. Menow and Hydra have finally appeared. Please do not indulge them with conversation. They are parasitic in nature and will become discouraged and skulk away if we give them the cold shoulder. Think 'middle school exclusivism' and they are not invited to our party.
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Got it. Anyway OP. Yesterday at work I was running late working outside and was getting stressed because of a hold up. which I knew was going to keep me working in the dark and I had no light with me. But I remember I kept looking at the sun thinking it should be going down anytime now and it seemed to stay light longer than I expected. So I'm with you crazy or not.. hahaha!
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OK. Menow and Hydra have finally appeared. Please do not indulge them with conversation. They are parasitic in nature and will become discouraged and skulk away if we give them the cold shoulder. Think 'middle school exclusivism' and they are not invited to our party.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30218778


Got it. Anyway OP. Yesterday at work I was running late working outside and was getting stressed because of a hold up. which I knew was going to keep me working in the dark and I had no light with me. But I remember I kept looking at the sun thinking it should be going down anytime now and it seemed to stay light longer than I expected. So I'm with you crazy or not.. hahaha!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


Yeah. I think we've had at least 10 people come on this thread and say the same things.
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I'm pretty sure we can all agree that the Cheshire moon has been happening forever.

But why cant some people understand that it has seemed to happen at times that it shouldn't.

For example during winter a Cheshire moon is apparently normal yet in the summer it is not. I'm speaking from southern California and that perspective.

And from that point, Personally it was a Cheshire moon last spring/summer that caught my attention as odd.

So consider for a moment that maybe a change in the consistency of what we are accustomed to seeing and during the appropriate seasons is causing all of the confusion.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


You mean confusion in the minds of people who don't really know how the sky works?

A wobble in the rotation of the earth would explain The moon anomalies, the weather, the rising and setting of the sun.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


What solid, non-anecdotal evidence do you have that such is happening?

And if it hasn't happened yet. The very aspect of forums like these are waking people up to the idea of it. But some will never believe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


Believe what, that Earth is abnormally wobbling? Why believe such a thing with no solid, non-anecdotal evidence to support it? There are simple ways in which anybody can check that for themselves instead of guessing where the sun should be setting. Polaris would have to be radically out of place in the sky. It's not.
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


Explain the Weather. That's all. I have no proof its a hypothesis an idea or possibility of what is or what could come at some time. Maybe you have the answer.. Harrp, Global warming?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166



"Explain the weather"?? Seriously? I told you how you could determine if Earth was abnormally wobbling and you come back with "explain the weather"?? I don't care what wild conspiracy theories you have about the weather. Earth wobbling abnormally is not the cause because it isn't happening.
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Please do not indulge them with conversation.
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I'm pretty sure we can all agree that the Cheshire moon has been happening forever.

But why cant some people understand that it has seemed to happen at times that it shouldn't.

For example during winter a Cheshire moon is apparently normal yet in the summer it is not. I'm speaking from southern California and that perspective.

And from that point, Personally it was a Cheshire moon last spring/summer that caught my attention as odd.

So consider for a moment that maybe a change in the consistency of what we are accustomed to seeing and during the appropriate seasons is causing all of the confusion.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


You mean confusion in the minds of people who don't really know how the sky works?

A wobble in the rotation of the earth would explain The moon anomalies, the weather, the rising and setting of the sun.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


What solid, non-anecdotal evidence do you have that such is happening?

And if it hasn't happened yet. The very aspect of forums like these are waking people up to the idea of it. But some will never believe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166


Believe what, that Earth is abnormally wobbling? Why believe such a thing with no solid, non-anecdotal evidence to support it? There are simple ways in which anybody can check that for themselves instead of guessing where the sun should be setting. Polaris would have to be radically out of place in the sky. It's not.
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


Explain the Weather. That's all. I have no proof its a hypothesis an idea or possibility of what is or what could come at some time. Maybe you have the answer.. Harrp, Global warming?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166



"Explain the weather"?? Seriously? I told you how you could determine if Earth was abnormally wobbling and you come back with "explain the weather"?? I don't care what wild conspiracy theories you have about the weather. Earth wobbling abnormally is not the cause because it isn't happening.
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


Its a Scientific Fact! You are a Liar! and its called the Chandler Wobble.
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This thread is getting too much attention.
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+1

I wondered about that. At sunset this evening, I'll come back and report at 34 degrees latitude on the East Coast.
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Yep. Every time a thread about these things gets too much attention menow will jump all over it.

BTW: Sunrise today was 5:30 and it should have been 8:34.

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When did the wobble stop..? Somebody tell Chandler.

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Earth's Chandler Wobble Changed Dramatically in 2005

New analysis shows that the Chandler Wobble in Earth’s axis changed phase by 180 degrees in 2005. The question is why.

[link to www.technologyreview.com]


[snip]


The Chandler Wobble is reasonably well understood. Any spinning sphere that it is not entirely spherical should wobble in this way. However, on Earth, the wobble varies in amplitude from decade to decade, a motion that is thought to be the result of the changes in pressure at the bottom of the oceans caused by fluctuations in salinity, temperature, and ocean circulation.
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Yes! I have noticed that the twilight after sunset is still very light....Noticed it today and thought it was way too light for that time. The sun here is supposed to set at 15.42.....it was still light at 16.05 and it was overcast!!!I heard that the earth is like a spinning top and when it's start's to slow the wobble get's more extreme!Sounds like this is happening!.....And I have been feeling rather dizzy of late, like being on a boat in rough sea....Just saying.
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You mean confusion in the minds of people who don't really know how the sky works?

...


What solid, non-anecdotal evidence do you have that such is happening?

...


Believe what, that Earth is abnormally wobbling? Why believe such a thing with no solid, non-anecdotal evidence to support it? There are simple ways in which anybody can check that for themselves instead of guessing where the sun should be setting. Polaris would have to be radically out of place in the sky. It's not.
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


Explain the Weather. That's all. I have no proof its a hypothesis an idea or possibility of what is or what could come at some time. Maybe you have the answer.. Harrp, Global warming?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29416166



"Explain the weather"?? Seriously? I told you how you could determine if Earth was abnormally wobbling and you come back with "explain the weather"?? I don't care what wild conspiracy theories you have about the weather. Earth wobbling abnormally is not the cause because it isn't happening.
 Quoting: Menow 18943200


Its a Scientific Fact! You are a Liar! and its called the Chandler Wobble.
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Do you know what the word "abnormally" means? Chandler is well-known, normal, and not anywhere near large enough be seen by eye. Care to try again?
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Looks like a sundog tbh
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When did the wobble stop..? Somebody tell Chandler.

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Earth's Chandler Wobble Changed Dramatically in 2005

New analysis shows that the Chandler Wobble in Earth’s axis changed phase by 180 degrees in 2005. The question is why.

[link to www.technologyreview.com]


[snip]


The Chandler Wobble is reasonably well understood. Any spinning sphere that it is not entirely spherical should wobble in this way. However, on Earth, the wobble varies in amplitude from decade to decade, a motion that is thought to be the result of the changes in pressure at the bottom of the oceans caused by fluctuations in salinity, temperature, and ocean circulation.
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Thank you! and for all those posting the stars are exactly where they should be etc.... Go fishing. ;)

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