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Comment by Katha on November 10, 2011 at 2:13am

I don't think the sun has had a straight trajectory for many years and the axis wobble is the only explanation that makes sense.  I noticed a zig-zag pattern to its daily movement and I wanted to at least see it make a straight line from NE to SW.  It seemed to make a detour in the middle of its daily rounds (from north Texas latitude).

Comment by N Castro on November 4, 2011 at 5:28am

Thank you for clearing that up for me, I really appreciate it,  & apologise for assuming the worst.  It verifies something I have noticed myself, but did not quite take on board to this extent.

Comment by Planet Twelve on November 3, 2011 at 7:33am

The guy is showing a chronological sequence of pictures, the date and time stamps clear. He goes back and forth in the sequence to emphasise certain points but what is happening is clear...anomalous Sun movement proving Earth Wobble! By the way, you can mute the music, if you wish.

Comment by N Castro on November 3, 2011 at 7:24am

Just to add - I am watching it again, &  perhaps I judged too hastily - perhaps the OP merely meant to highlight the differences in the sun's positon & not show a sequential moevement of the sun across the horizon. . ? I'd really appreciate someone explaining it definitively to me!

Comment by N Castro on November 3, 2011 at 7:20am

I am afraid this must be fake, just look at how the cursor moves across the upper bar & selects the next slide so as to make it look as if the sun is going backwards.  He skips several & heads back to previous pictures.

  I am personally convinced that the sun IS in the wrong place, but it seems the creator of this video is just being facetious or vicious, or both.  His/her choice of music only adds to my conviction.

Comment by alfred on July 24, 2011 at 10:20pm

I know, I know, Gerard !

 

I was addresssing to the maker of the video.  It is quite a common habit, as far as I see.

 

I'll get back to my sextant measuring .

 

cheers to all............

Comment by Gerard Zwaan on July 24, 2011 at 9:52pm

Alfred,

 

I didn't made the video.

Comment by alfred on July 24, 2011 at 9:43pm

most interesting !   Thank you for the video.

 

Only one thing,  why add a music to such a dramatic event?

 

 

Comment by KM on July 24, 2011 at 6:31pm

Great Video, and seems to show what is happening here as well!  Here in Saskatchewan we also get the sun setting a lot further north than before, and night time doesn't seem to be night time, just dusk for the most part.  The sun sets supposed to be around 9:00/9:15 but it has been around 10:00/10:15  pm and the light lingers longer with the sun coming up at around 4:00 am the sun is supposed to come up at this time of year around 5/5:30 am. 

Comment by Beverly Pennell on July 24, 2011 at 4:38am

Thank you, Howard. I didn't see the comments via YouTube, as I viewed it here on the Ning. This helps.

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