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Sun then and now, my observations

 
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The "color" of the sun is directly related to the composition of our atmosphere and to a lesser degree, the composition of the 93 million miles of space between us. The sun itself does not and can not "change" color.
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I found 3 videos that discuss the sun changes. The sun change is caused by the area of space the solar system is about to go through,

Quantum solar shift, galactic superwave, ascended consciousness
[link to youtu.be (secure)]

The science of ascension, a quantum solar shift
[link to youtu.be (secure)]

Welcome to alt reality 5, sun, chemies and you
[link to youtu.be (secure)]
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I watched the Total Eclipse in 1995, from Ohio, at trade school; the sun was yellow.
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Nope. The only total solar eclipse that occurred in 1995 was on October 24 and was visible over India, southeast Asia, and the south Pacific.

You mean the May 10, 1994 Annular eclipse that was visible in northwest Ohio. The rest of the state saw a partial eclipse.
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I found 3 videos that discuss the sun changes. The sun change is caused by the area of space the solar system is about to go through,

Quantum solar shift, galactic superwave, ascended consciousness
[link to youtu.be (secure)]

The science of ascension, a quantum solar shift
[link to youtu.be (secure)]

Welcome to alt reality 5, sun, chemies and you
[link to youtu.be (secure)]
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None of those are real.
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The "color" of the sun is directly related to the composition of our atmosphere and to a lesser degree, the composition of the 93 million miles of space between us. The sun itself does not and can not "change" color.
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Not exactly true. The Sun has a color independent of our atmosphere. The atmosphere does affect out perception of the Sun's color. Rayleigh scattering causes short wavelength light to be more preferentially scattered then long wavelength light. This is most apparent at sunset when the Sun appears yellow because of the large amount of scattering occurring as the light has to go through a very long path through the atmosphere before reaching the surface.

The Sun can and will change color. As the Sun ages it actually becomes redder. As hydrogen is consumed at the core, the core shrinks slightly. The outer atmosphere expands a little to maintain hydrostatic equilibrium. As the outer atmosphere expands it cools slightly and becomes redder.

However, this is a very slow process and not one detectable over a human life. Eventually, about 5 billion years, it will become a red giant and then fade to a white dwarf.
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I watched the Total Eclipse in 1995, from Ohio, at trade school; the sun was yellow.
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Nope. The only total solar eclipse that occurred in 1995 was on October 24 and was visible over India, southeast Asia, and the south Pacific.

You mean the May 10, 1994 Annular eclipse that was visible in northwest Ohio. The rest of the state saw a partial eclipse.
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It was the eclipse of May 10, 1994. But it was almost total. According to the eclipse map, it was highly visible in North East Ohio. I watched it through a welding hood lense. The sun WAS much more yellow in appearance back then.
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"Then he secretly prayed to Mercury, whom the teaching of the theologians stated to be the swift intelligence of the universe, arousing the activity of men's minds;.." A. Marcellinus, 4th century ce.

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I watched the Total Eclipse in 1995, from Ohio, at trade school; the sun was yellow.
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Nope. The only total solar eclipse that occurred in 1995 was on October 24 and was visible over India, southeast Asia, and the south Pacific.

You mean the May 10, 1994 Annular eclipse that was visible in northwest Ohio. The rest of the state saw a partial eclipse.
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It was the eclipse of May 10, 1994. But it was almost total. According to the eclipse map, it was highly visible in North East Ohio. I watched it through a welding hood lense. The sun WAS much more yellow in appearance back then.
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It will look yellow through welding glasses.

Observations of the total solar irradiance since 1973 shows, outside of the sunspot cycle, no appreciable change.
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I watched the Total Eclipse in 1995, from Ohio, at trade school; the sun was yellow.
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Nope. The only total solar eclipse that occurred in 1995 was on October 24 and was visible over India, southeast Asia, and the south Pacific.

You mean the May 10, 1994 Annular eclipse that was visible in northwest Ohio. The rest of the state saw a partial eclipse.
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It was the eclipse of May 10, 1994. But it was almost total. According to the eclipse map, it was highly visible in North East Ohio. I watched it through a welding hood lense. The sun WAS much more yellow in appearance back then.
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It will look yellow through welding glasses.

Observations of the total solar irradiance since 1973 shows, outside of the sunspot cycle, no appreciable change.
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I only watched the eclipse through welding glasses; and it was green, not yellow.

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"I am all that has been, and is, and shall be, and my robe no mortal has yet uncovered." -Isis/Athena

"Now this has the form of a myth, but really signifies a declination of the bodies moving in the heavens around the earth,..." -Plato 360 BC.

"Then he secretly prayed to Mercury, whom the teaching of the theologians stated to be the swift intelligence of the universe, arousing the activity of men's minds;.." A. Marcellinus, 4th century ce.

"Great minds never love to linger long in the body: they are eager to burst its bonds and escape from it, they chafe at the narrowness of their prison, having been wont to wander through space, and from aloft in the upper air to look down with contempt upon human affairs."-Seneca
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It's not the sun that has changed it's the atmosphere around earth, especially in the north.

The UK has a big ozone hole over it most of the time.
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bump

don't suppose anybody here even bothered to watch the video
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OP, I'm 72 years old. I've spent an awful lot of time outside in the southern United States in that time. I see nothing different in the sun now than my first outdoor memories approximately 1949. Can you explain?
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I'm 28, I live in California. As to why the sun is white. Less ozone in the atmosphere as a result of cfc gases, cleaner skies ie less pollution or the sun has changed from a yellow G2 star to an F9 yellow-white or white star from external factors. Not definite answers, only guesses to explain the change of the sun's appearance. Either could be right or wrong.
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My gut tells me it is not the same star we grew up under. I've seen hints it is one of the Seven Sisters and the night sky is just for show.
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Em field decreasing to to mag pole shift and and atmosphere being constantly buffeted and compressed giving the illusion of a whiter sun when we simply have less dense atmosphere protecting us which makes the sun appear whiter. thus the increase in UV levels.


skin cancers increasing . ya know . well have to live underground one day .
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"never burned."

ffs
Time for a Pan-Galalactic GargleBlaster
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"never burned."

ffs
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I think the OP meant just walking out into the sun and feeling it sting your skin just from being in it .

Me and a pal were fishing one day and remarked the same thing . " Damn , you feel that ? Sun is stinging my skin just being in it "

And we had just got out the truck .
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Em field decreasing to to mag pole shift and and atmosphere being constantly buffeted and compressed giving the illusion of a whiter sun when we simply have less dense atmosphere protecting us which makes the sun appear whiter. thus the increase in UV levels.


skin cancers increasing . ya know . well have to live underground one day .
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Here's some articles about the earth's decreasing atmosphere.

[link to arstechnica.com (secure)]

[link to www.livescience.com]

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

[link to phys.org (secure)]
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"never burned."

ffs
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I think the OP meant just walking out into the sun and feeling it sting your skin just from being in it .

Me and a pal were fishing one day and remarked the same thing . " Damn , you feel that ? Sun is stinging my skin just being in it "

And we had just got out the truck .
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Being out in the sun feels more harsh than 10 years ago. I find that I got a tan in less than a week when working outdoors 2 years ago. To combat this unwanted tan or burning sensation, I wear a zip up hoodie and a cap. Makes being outdoors easier.

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It's not the sun that has changed it's the atmosphere around earth, especially in the north.

The UK has a big ozone hole over it most of the time.
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bump

don't suppose anybody here even bothered to watch the video
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Interesting, didn't knew the world's oceans are losing oxygen. I have heard about deforestations of the world's forests leading to more co2 15-20 years ago. The UV has a factor in affecting ocean life, while life on the surface are getting burned or skin cancer.
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The sun appeared yellow a couple of times in the last 2 years. May have to do with forest fires south from my location, the smoke travels up north, obscures the sun's apperance and gives the sun a yellowish appearance.

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Op, the sun is a variable star. Which means it fluctuates in brightness.
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The sun used to be yellow when I was a kid back in the 90s. You could look at it for a brief time, felt warm on the skin and never burned. Sometime in 2001 or 2002 the sun appeared white, no change in brightness I could still look at it like before. No difference in heat either. By June 6, 2003 the sun became bright white. Couldn't look in it's direction and squinting when out on clear sunny days. I never had to squint my eyes when out on a sunny day before then. Shortly after this the chemtrails started showing up in the skies. Also UV started going up around this time as well.

This past few years, the sun is much more brighter, feels intense on the skin and nearly blinding to look at. Chemtrails are still in the sky, from morning until sunset, on most days. UV is higher than it was 15-20 years ago. 10 years ago the highest UV index was about 8, now it's about 10-12 in the UV index.

As to why the sun changed from yellow to white in a short period of time is anyones guess.
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Please explain how I got very very sunburnt in the 1970's.
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In 1980...

Spf factor was 8+

1995 onwards its 50+

In 1980...

It took ALL DAY to get a sunburn.

1995 onwards it takes 20 minutes.

In 1980...

It took TWO WEEKS for a newspaper to yellow in the sun.

1995 onwards it takes ONE DAY.

In 1980 children drew the sun YELLOW in pictures.

1995 onwards they draw it BLUE OR WHITE

In 1980 you could look directly at the sun even at midday witout being blinded if you did it for 10 seconds or less.

1995 onwards you cant even look in its GENERAL DIRETIION.

And its nothing to do with eye age.

I have had children...ive seen them get burnt in under half an hour...complain about the STING of the sun...DRAW the sun BLUE OR WHITE...and not beleive me when i told them i used to be able to LOOK RIGHT AT THE SUN.

FUCK...THE....SHILLS.
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 Quoting: Unknown User 89

The sun was yellow at midday in 1995 until about 2001 or 2002. I used to be outside alot growing up, so I know how the sun looked through out those years.
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I watched the Total Eclipse in 1995, from Ohio, at trade school; the sun was yellow.
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1995 was the last year it was a nice warm yellow.

Every year after that its become whiter and brighter and has begun to sting the skin.
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Ive lived through those decades and observed the changes first hand.

I take it you are either a shill...in which case...fuck the shills...or you are a faggy millenicunt dick wanker whos only experience in life is being indoors all day on an xbox in which case you were born after the change and have no fucking clue.
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I'm a mellinnal, though older, born in 1989. I used to spend all day outside playing, roaming and just to be out from morning until dark. As for the ac telling us otherwise, he was probably born around the mid or late 90s. He doesn't have any experience in being in what used to be a yellow sun. Nowadays I spend most of my time indoors because I can't stand the bright sun and it's burning or stinging rays.
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1995 was the last year it was a nice warm yellow.

Every year after that its become whiter and brighter and has begun to sting the skin.
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Actually the last year the sun was yellow was the year 2000. I used to sun gaze at the sun during noon then.
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OP, I'm 72 years old. I've spent an awful lot of time outside in the southern United States in that time. I see nothing different in the sun now than my first outdoor memories approximately 1949. Can you explain?
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OTOH, last week my 84 yo neighbor made some unprompted comments to me about how white and intensely hot the sun is nowadays. She actually said that the sun was yellow when she was a little girl.

Note that she's clueless about anything CT/woo, doesn't even have a computer, and (with great respect for her innate wisdom) is about as dumbed-down mainstream as you could get.
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1995 was the last year it was a nice warm yellow.

Every year after that its become whiter and brighter and has begun to sting the skin.
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Actually the last year the sun was yellow was the year 2000. I used to sun gaze at the sun during noon then.
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True...it was still yellowish in 2000.

But the uv was already enough to begin the sting.

Come 2005 it was getting very noticable.

And by 2010 it was obvious.

Now...its a blinding welders arc complete with flash burn.
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Please explain how I got very very sunburnt in the 1970's.
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You tell me. Although I do rememeber getting sunburned on my shoulders twice when at the beach in 1999 and in 2000. I never had sunburn before then.
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1995 was the last year it was a nice warm yellow.

Every year after that its become whiter and brighter and has begun to sting the skin.
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Actually the last year the sun was yellow was the year 2000. I used to sun gaze at the sun during noon then.
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True...it was still yellowish in 2000.

But the uv was already enough to begin the sting.

Come 2005 it was getting very noticable.

And by 2010 it was obvious.

Now...its a blinding welders arc complete with flash burn.
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To be fair I didn't noticed an increase in uv then. Except I sunburned twice at the beach in 1999 and 2000. Man was it painful. I did mentioned the uv increasing around mid 2000s on my original post. The uv is definitely higher in this decade. Yes, too blinding to look at.
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Op, the sun is a variable star. Which means it fluctuates in brightness.
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It could be. I read somewhere that sun varies in brightness and luminosity. There's no scientific evidence to support though.
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I'm a mellinnal, though older, born in 1989. I used to spend all day outside playing, roaming and just to be out from morning until dark. As for the ac telling us otherwise, he was probably born around the mid or late 90s. He doesn't have any experience in being in what used to be a yellow sun. Nowadays I spend most of my time indoors because I can't stand the bright sun and it's burning or stinging rays.
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Put on sun glasses and sun screen, it's still a beautiful world. Enjoy it.
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OP, I'm 72 years old. I've spent an awful lot of time outside in the southern United States in that time. I see nothing different in the sun now than my first outdoor memories approximately 1949. Can you explain?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70434452


I'm 28, I live in California. As to why the sun is white. Less ozone in the atmosphere as a result of cfc gases, cleaner skies ie less pollution or the sun has changed from a yellow G2 star to an F9 yellow-white or white star from external factors. Not definite answers, only guesses to explain the change of the sun's appearance. Either could be right or wrong.
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My gut tells me it is not the same star we grew up under. I've seen hints it is one of the Seven Sisters and the night sky is just for show.
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No. The Pleiades is an open star cluster over 400 light years away. A star is not going to be in the Pleiades one year and here the next.


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