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# Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"

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Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Meteorological DATA interprets EARTH possesses an extremely complex solar-system not fully understood.

Jun 21 (sunrise ENE @ 67°)-->[North]->(sunset WNW@ 293°) 12h:06:32 daylight = 134°
Mar 21 (sunrise East@ 90°)-->[North]->(sunset West @ 270°) 12h:06:29 daylight = 180°
Dec 21 (sunrise ESE@113°)-->[South]->(sunset WSW@ 247°) 12h:08:17 daylight = 134°

Quito and all equatorial cities document 134° axis-rotation out of 360° before a stationary sun for the 12hrs of daylight they receive during solstice only. Another 12hrs at this rate will total 268° that's 92°'s short of a 360° sphere. "How is this possible?" Why only during solstice?

360° (/) 24hrs = 15° per-hr axis rotation.
134° (/) 15° = 9hrs daylight vs actual time 12h:06:32

Earth's solar-system is a mathematical marvel in its complexity, but please, feel free to post your theory of how you believe the sun and earth we live-on work.
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12/03/2021 05:54 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
I don't know what to tell you...the Earth is rotating around a tilted axis, the equator is not aligned with the sun.

Either you have the spatial intelligence to visualize the system, or you don't.

If I was right beside you, and could demonstrate with a ball, a camera and a light source, I could gradually make you understand, though it would be a laborious process.

It's better that you just go on believing whatever retarded thing you believe, and the rest of us get to save our energy.
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
A ball is a ball. 360°

A ball rotating 15° per-hr before a light source will need 180° facing that light to receive 12hrs of light.

Whether you change the angle of the ball or not, because all you are doing is changing the angle of the light seen by the observer standing on the ball.
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
I don't know what to tell you...the Earth is rotating around a tilted axis, the equator is not aligned with the sun.

Either you have the spatial intelligence to visualize the system, or you don't.

If I was right beside you, and could demonstrate with a ball, a camera and a light source, I could gradually make you understand, though it would be a laborious process.

It's better that you just go on believing whatever retarded thing you believe, and the rest of us get to save our energy.
Quoting: Dr Phil 76156121

Dear Dr Phil, I see that you believe earth is flat.

Even at that, the sun is not revolving circular above. A circle is 360° and this sun only completes 134° to manage 12hrs/light means that another 12hrs will complete another 134° for a total of 268° in a 24hr day. That's not 360°

You must explain your theory; how does 134° of solar-exposure manage 12hrs/light during solstices but necessitates 180° during the Equinoxes.
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12/03/2021 06:58 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Before Sunrise there is another light source illuminating the Earth as if the Sun has already risen, but in fact it has not. Go to any webcam facing east and record the whole process, you will notice it is bright as day before the Sun has risen, then it suddenly goes dark, before the Sun slowly begins to rise as normal. The bright light before Sunrise is so intense that it whites out the textures of clouds and details. What is the souce of this intense light? Plasma explosion, resulting from the interaction between the Broan Dwarf and our Sun, yes, it is inside our Earth orbit together with seven planets and about three large satelites. They have been inside our Earth orbit since 2008, and are about to cross it again next May, that's when the hell breaks loose, two partial solar eclipses by the outer planets, collapse of our magnetosphere, earthquakes with no epicentres, tsunamis, volcanos, supersonic winds, meteors etc... The collapse of our current civilization is at hand, have you stocked up and are fully prepared? I have, basically I'm typing these words in my bunkers...
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12/03/2021 07:11 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
"They have been inside our Earth orbit since 2008," -- WDG

If you look at the time and date website you'll note that the equatorial cities have been experiencing the above stated long before 2008. But your theory is an interesting read, Thanks for your input.
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Jun 21 (sunrise ENE @ 67°)-->[North]->(sunset WNW@ 293°) 12h:06:32 daylight
Mar 21 (sunrise East@ 90°)-->[North]->(sunset West @ 270°) 12h:06:29 daylight
Dec 21 (sunrise ESE@113°)-->[South]->(sunset WSW@ 247°) 12h:08:17 daylight

Earth's solar-system is a mathematical marvel in its complexity, but please, feel free to post your theory of how you believe the sun and earth we live-on work.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79628116

on the june 21st solstice the sun rises ~23 degrees north of the equator .... 90 - 23 = 67 degrees east-north-east
and sets 23 degrees north of the equator .....270+23 = 293 degrees west-north-west...

on the equinoxes the sun rises directly 90 degrees (due east).....goes directly overhead....and sets directly 270 degrees west

on the december solstice.....the sun rises ~ 23 degrees south of the equator 90 + 23 = 113 degrees
and sets ....270-23=247 degrees west south west....or ~23 degrees south of the equator again.....

Last Edited by 11Pythagoras11 on 12/03/2021 07:59 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
on a flat earth ......people standing at the 45th parallel would triangulate the sun to be 3,200 miles up.....and about 30 miles wide......

but people on the tropics would see it at 3,700 miles up......

https://imgur.com/l9K5vAY

then during a solstice ....the sun would have to drop to 2,100 miles.....and cross 16 degrees over the tropic line.....

this would be impossible to hide......
flat earth geometry is just impossible......

https://imgur.com/gp14rBj

Last Edited by 11Pythagoras11 on 12/03/2021 08:20 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
but on a spherical earth it all makes sense....

https://imgur.com/naNdjhY
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12/03/2021 08:43 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Lol it’s a differential equation, the ‘speed’ the sun moves through the sky is not constant throughout the day

At one hour it may move 2,3 degrees. The next hour maybe 7 degrees

Maybe the question you should be asking, is why non-equatorial cities experience different daylight lengths as you move towards the poles
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12/03/2021 08:48 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
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12/03/2021 08:50 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
earth is in the shape of a disc?
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
do you want to know the real secret about flat earth.....??

https://imgur.com/slVSoeu
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12/03/2021 10:09 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Lol it’s a differential equation, the ‘speed’ the sun moves through the sky is not constant throughout the day

At one hour it may move 2,3 degrees. The next hour maybe 7 degrees
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79764030

So your implying that it's the earth that slows its axis-rotation at times and then speeds it up defying newton's law?

Or it's flat earth and it's the sun above that slows down?

Interesting theories either or. Can you prove why?
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12/03/2021 10:23 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
but on a spherical earth it all makes sense....

Quoting: 11Pythagoras11

So your saying that trigonometry, a scientific branch of mathematics that studies relationships between side lengths and angles of triangles is an erroneous science? Interesting.
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12/03/2021 10:24 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
do you want to know the real secret about flat earth.....??

Quoting: 11Pythagoras11

Absolutely....
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12/03/2021 11:55 PM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Lol it’s a differential equation, the ‘speed’ the sun moves through the sky is not constant throughout the day

At one hour it may move 2,3 degrees. The next hour maybe 7 degrees
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79764030

So your implying that it's the earth that slows its axis-rotation at times and then speeds it up defying newton's law?

Or it's flat earth and it's the sun above that slows down?

Interesting theories either or. Can you prove why?
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79628116

It’s a geometry problem

Think if the earth is spinning counterclockwise against a counterclockwise orbit, at various periods, the trajectory and spin will act in tandem. At other times they will negate
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
I'm a total on this , but I shall give it a try.

The equatorial cities in comparison to other cities on the curving globe , maintain the closest of all cities to the sun.

With the 180 degrees being the total arc across the sun facing side of the planet , the increasing distance from the equatorial center point across the curve to the sun accounts for the totality of the 180 degree arc or includes half of the 92 degree discrepancy. Whereas the fixed point of the static center point does not include the declination degrees of the globe surface.

So 46 degrees is the degree of Earths curvature on the Sun siding face of the globe.

Crap getting that out of my head and into words hurt.

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12/04/2021 12:35 AM
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
on a flat earth ......people standing at the 45th parallel would triangulate the sun to be 3,200 miles up.....and about 30 miles wide......

but people on the tropics would see it at 3,700 miles up......

then during a solstice ....the sun would have to drop to 2,100 miles.....and cross 16 degrees over the tropic line.....

this would be impossible to hide......
flat earth geometry is just impossible......

Quoting: 11Pythagoras11

Lots of assumptions here.
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Tycho Brahe solved this 500 years ago, mathematically.
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Re: Equatorial cities experience 12hrs/daylight, June/Dec solstice, with only 134° axis-rotation before the sun! "How?"
Looks like OPie left with his tail between his legs
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