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BREAKING: Rome 6.06 AM, The Sun Is Already UP!!!

 
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And? So what?
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Whats your IQ? Did you ever check? Who picked you up as a shill? Just sayn...


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Now I'm glad to see WeaselDumbLiarShillTurbo saying:

'its normal and you can't prove its not'



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Because you CAN'T prove anything. You have yet to say something educated of the subject matter. When your asked to prove something, you never do. Your a brianless Moran!

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You gave me a red karma duck fuck. Congrats! Ill delete it tomorrow idiot.
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Because you CAN'T prove anything. You have yet to say something educated of the subject matter. When your asked to prove something, you never do. Your a brianless Moran!
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


Hey MoranBot, Since when before the 21 of June the Sun rise later? Who programmerd you? an Amoeba?



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because march 10th was the 2nd sunday in march.

That is the day it changes.
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So the question is WHY they changed in 2007 setting all the stuff 3 weeks early than usual??

hmm




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They did it because i said so.....

really its true.
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Ooops Ducky - 100 red = only 10 post / week

I will miss my daily entertainment.


y_sad

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Your too stupid to have a response to. I will be happy to give you weekly reds. It will be very fun!
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cry

Anyway

greenkarma .... -.-- -.. .-. .-

Who gives you LittleStupidShills that everytime?



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And? So what?
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Whats your IQ? Did you ever check? Who picked you up as a shill? Just sayn...


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 Quoting: DVCMCM


Since you didn't bother to say what you THINK is wrong with the times how is anyone else to know? I assume you think that sunrise should continue getting earlier until the summer solstice? If so that is incorrect due to the way we orbit the sun. The sunrise time may get later but the TOTAL amount of daylight still increases because the sunset time is also getting later. But again since you didn't bother to actually say what you THINK the problem is nobody else can really know for sure. Instead you just defaulted to your standard insult first and don't bother asking questions later routine.

explained here (though I'm sure you'll ignore it)
[link to aa.usno.navy.mil]


Still waiting for PROOF that I am a shill.

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Since you didn't bother to say what you THINK is wrong with the times how is anyone else to know? I assume you think that sunrise should continue getting earlier until the summer solstice? If so that is incorrect due to the way we orbit the sun.
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Did you ever go to school?

norespect

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You reported my posts. Hahahahaha your a Moran.
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Since you didn't bother to say what you THINK is wrong with the times how is anyone else to know? I assume you think that sunrise should continue getting earlier until the summer solstice? If so that is incorrect due to the way we orbit the sun.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Did you ever go to school?

norespect

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 Quoting: DVCMCM

Did you? I've noticed this effect for years since I was in grade school.

explained here
[link to aa.usno.navy.mil]

Look up "equation of time" if you actually want to learn.
[link to aa.usno.navy.mil]

Simply put, the summer solstice does have the longest day but not the earliest sunrise. You just never bothered to notice before.

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How Could It Be Possible? It's almost 15 minutes early than it should be.

Anyway just look at some datas and whats happening right now, this is the gain in minutes from January to June at the sunrise month by month start/to end each ones:

Jan Sunrise@ 7.38 AM 7.24 AM -14 minutes early
Feb Sunrise@ 7.23 AM 6.47 AM -36 minutes early
Mar Sunrise@ 6.45 AM 5.55 AM -50 minutes early

Apr Sunrise@ 5.55 AM 5.08 AM -47 minutes early
May Sunrise@ 5.05 AM 5.38 AM +33 minutes
Jun Sunrise@ 4.37 AM 4.38 AM +01 minutes



And WHY in New York the sunrise is nearly 1 hour later @ 6.55 AM?


:science:



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This is 100% true.
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Your too stupid to have a response to. I will be happy to give you weekly reds. It will be very fun!
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


cry

Anyway

greenkarma .... -.-- -.. .-. .-

Who gives you LittleStupidShills that everytime?



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 Quoting: DVCMCM


Well gee, it LOOKS like morse code. A little bit of research or a google search for morse code translator would give you a clue. Probably too much work for you though.
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Did you? I've noticed this effect for years since I was in grade school.

explained here
[link to aa.usno.navy.mil]

Look up "equation of time" if you actually want to learn.
[link to aa.usno.navy.mil]

Simply put, the summer solstice does have the longest day but not the earliest sunrise. You just never bothered to notice before.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


STOP posting idiot bullshit, everyone except the DumbShill like you, knows that the Sun rise early till the 21 of June, retard.

And in your idiot links there is not what you are trying to sell, littleman.


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Ooops Ducky - 100 red = only 10 post / week

I will miss my daily entertainment.


y_sad

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Me too. It's been fun.
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Someone needs to karma pin this thread. LMAO
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Did you? I've noticed this effect for years since I was in grade school.

explained here
[link to aa.usno.navy.mil]

Look up "equation of time" if you actually want to learn.
[link to aa.usno.navy.mil]

Simply put, the summer solstice does have the longest day but not the earliest sunrise. You just never bothered to notice before.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


STOP posting idiot bullshit, everyone except the DumbShill like you, knows that the Sun rise early till the 21 of June, retard.

And in your idiot links there is not what you are trying to sell, littleman.


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Thanks for proving you didn't read it.

quote from my link above
"earliest sunset occurs around December 8 each year, and latest sunrise occurs around January 5. The day with the least amount of daylight is the winter solstice, the first day of winter, on or about December 21... similar situation occurs at the summer solstice, for the same basic reason, though the effect is not as extreme. Solstice occurs around June 21, but at latitude 40° north the earliest sunrise occurs around June 14 and the latest sunset occurs around June 28."

It then explains it all in detail. We know you didn't bother to read it. Thanks for proving it for us though.

Got any more lies to tell?

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How Could It Be Possible? It's almost 15 minutes early than it should be.

Anyway just look at some datas and whats happening right now, this is the gain in minutes from January to June at the sunrise month by month start/to end each ones:

Jan Sunrise@ 7.38 AM 7.24 AM -14 minutes early
Feb Sunrise@ 7.23 AM 6.47 AM -36 minutes early
Mar Sunrise@ 6.45 AM 5.55 AM -50 minutes early

Apr Sunrise@ 5.55 AM 5.08 AM -47 minutes early
May Sunrise@ 5.05 AM 5.38 AM +33 minutes
Jun Sunrise@ 4.37 AM 4.38 AM +01 minutes



And WHY in New York the sunrise is nearly 1 hour later @ 6.55 AM?


science



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This is 100% true.
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That's just ONE channel.

You should listen to 97.9 FM WIYY out of Baltimore.


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Solstice occurs around June 21, but at latitude 40° north the earliest sunrise occurs around June 14 and the latest sunset occurs around June 28."

It then explains it all in detail. We know you didn't bother to read it. Thanks for proving it for us though.

Got any more lies to tell?
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


It may happens about 2 or 3 days max and in about 1 minutes only:

18 giu 2000 5.34
19 giu 2000 5.35
20 giu 2000 5.35
21 giu 2000 5.35

here: [link to www.timeanddate.com]


Anyway now its from May that it will do and for several minutes as I posted before.

Now sell your crap elsewhere.



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Re: BREAKING: Rome 6.06 AM, The Sun Is Already UP!!!
Solstice occurs around June 21, but at latitude 40° north the earliest sunrise occurs around June 14 and the latest sunset occurs around June 28."

It then explains it all in detail. We know you didn't bother to read it. Thanks for proving it for us though.

Got any more lies to tell?
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


It may happens about 2 or 3 days max and for about 1 minutes only

18 giu 2000 5.34
19 giu 2000 5.35
20 giu 2000 5.35
21 giu 2000 5.35

here: [link to www.timeanddate.com]


Anyway now its from May that it does and for several minutes.

Now sell your crap elsewhere.



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Why bring up the times for 2000 when this year's times are nearly identical? Did you forget what you're trying to prove? Thanks for admitting I was right by the way.
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Why bring up the times for 2000 when this year's times are nearly identical? Did you forget what you're trying to prove? Thanks for admitting I was right by the way.
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Are you so DUMB? every year must be pretty the same

here's 2012: [link to www.timeanddate.com]

putin

This year is out pretty much in May! and obviously never happens before in that month a big later sunrise

Jan Sunrise@ 7.38 AM 7.24 AM -14 minutes early
Feb Sunrise@ 7.23 AM 6.47 AM -36 minutes early
Mar Sunrise@ 6.45 AM 5.55 AM -50 minutes early

Apr Sunrise@ 5.55 AM 5.08 AM -47 minutes early
May Sunrise@ 5.05 AM 5.38 AM +33 minutes

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Why bring up the times for 2000 when this year's times are nearly identical? Did you forget what you're trying to prove? Thanks for admitting I was right by the way.
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Are you so DUMB? every year must be the same

here's 2012: [link to www.timeanddate.com]

putin
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not exactly or we wouldn't have leap years. I SAID they were nearly identical. I was CURIOUS why you posted the link for 2000 when you're are supposedly trying to say there is a problem NOW. Again, thanks for admitting I was right.

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LOL

They just have changed the datas in that site

[link to www.timeanddate.com]


Very interesting stuff is happening. Just check your own the whole thing day by day.

Make screenshots of the site pages and save it, then check it out with the latest in the site after some days.

At this point maybe there is an active automated software who do the job.

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Now tell me if I am crazy or not

March Equinox is when the daylight hours are the same of opposite, so we have 12 hours of daylight, the 21.

Now, since the 21 Dec whitch is the shortest in daylight (8.68 hours) to 21 of March, we have this at the sunrise:

Dec 7.35 AM 7.38 AM +03 minutes (strange, its later from the 21 to 31)
Gen 7.38 AM 7.24 AM -14 minutes early
Feb 7.23 AM 6.47 AM -36 minutes early
Mar 6.45 AM 5.12 AM -33 minutes early

Total added daylight in minutes: 80 (so in about 1.33 hours).


Now 8.68 Hours + 1.33 Hours = 10.01 hours and I dont added all the minutes because of the later sunset.

If we add it, we have this:

Dec 4.42 PM 4.49 PM +07 minutes later
Gen 4.50 PM 5.24 PM +34 minutes later
Feb 5.25 PM 5.59 PM +34 minutes later
Mar 6.00 PM 6.23 PM +23 minutes later

Total added daylight in minutes: 98 (so in about 1.63 hours).


SO at the 21 March we have 8.68 + 1.33 + 1.63 = 11,64 so in about a half hour less than normal.

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Now tell me if I am crazy or not

March Equinox is when the daylight hours are the same of opposite, so we have 12 hours of daylight, the 21.

Now, since the 21 Dec whitch is the shortest in daylight (8.68 hours) to 21 of March, we have this at the sunrise:

Dec 7.35 AM 7.38 AM +03 minutes (strange, its later from the 21 to 31)
Gen 7.38 AM 7.24 AM -14 minutes early
Feb 7.23 AM 6.47 AM -36 minutes early
Mar 6.45 AM 5.55 AM -50 minutes early

Total added daylight in minutes: 100 (so in about 1.66 hours).


Now 8.68 Hours + 1.66 Hours = 11.26 hours and I dont added all the minutes because of the later sunset.

If we add it, we have this:

Dec 4.42 PM 4.49 PM +07 minutes later
Gen 4.50 PM 5.24 PM +34 minutes later
Feb 5.25 PM 5.59 PM +34 minutes later
Mar 6.00 PM 6.23 PM +23 minutes later

Total added daylight in minutes: 98 (so in about 1.63 hours).


SO at the 21 March we have 8.68 + 1.66 + 1.63 = 12,89 so almost 1 hour in excess than normal.
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[link to www.timeanddate.com]

Plus your calculations above are wrong because you used the sunrise time changes for March for the WHOLE MONTH instead of just through the 20th when the equinox is. You have it correct for the sunset though
[link to www.timeanddate.com]

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Ok I've edited. Now its less in about half a hour than it should be. 11,64.



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Ok I've edited. Now its less in about half a hour than it should be. 11,64.



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Your calculation for the length of daylight on the shortest day is off. 7:35 am to 4:42 pm is 9 hours 7 minutes or 9.17 hours, not 8.68. Adding the 1.33 and 1.63 brings the total to 12.13 or 12 hours and 7.8 minutes which is what it should be for that date.

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