January the 9th 2016
It is not a joke, nor a made-up, just look at this and check (and be quick).
In March the 21st, the time for Sunrise is 7:24 a.m. and the time for Sunset is 19:37 p.m.
So, in that date, the one for the Spring Equinox, daylight should have a duration of twelve hours and thirteen minutes, from 7:24 a.m. to 19:37 p.m. (UTC + 1)
Just change the Sun’s true time from winter to summer saving timetable: add an hour to UTC… or subtract it from the Sun’s own true time. And you’ll have the following:
Sun’s true time for sunrise and sunset in March 21st 6:24 a.m. and 18:37 p.m.
In summer saving time would be 8:24 a.m. and 20:37 p.m.
That makes sunrise fit, but what happens with sunset?
Sunset is occurring at 18:37 p.m. already, same as sunrise at 8:24 a.m.
And this is because of what I observed and posted about with some photographs and detailed explanations in ‘Time Shift’ series of posts. Polaris, and this time there is no doubt it is Polaris, is changing its position three or four degrees and back every day, that’s 12 to 16 and 24 to 32 minutes every day. This is why the correction I did in the times above coincide with sunrise and sunset as they do now. And this is a direct consequence of electromagnetic overboosting technologies and industries.
Billions of mobiles and millions of antennas, and wireless: wi-fi, bluetooth, GPRS, 3G, 2G, 4G, 5G, LTE, and so on mobile data radio signals, all of them electromagnetic waves overloading the Earth’s magnetic field, just the same as an exhaustion pipe in a vehicle overloads the air with carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen monoxide, and other chemical compounds which would not be polluting the troposphere so much and fast if humanity weren’t accelerating the release of all this substances into the atmosphere, but in the case of electricity, much worse and dangerous.
If you look at this image taken today: January the 9th 2016, you can see it by entering that webpage, or any other who uses NASA Terrametrics Satellite images, this is more a solstice (Winter solstice has been the 22nd December 2015, well… should have…) than an eighteen days far from it, which is the days that have passed from December the 22nd, and today, January the 9th 2016.
As I told in ‘Time Shift’ and other posts, 18 days are two distorted months, but that’s not all, I had been observing (in a less hurried way than today) equinoxes and solstices since a year ago, you can tell in the Mercator projection map, like the image above, by the angle between the map margin and the shadow on the map at the equator latitude. Equinoxes have a 0º difference, that is to say, the shadow and sunny areas appear divided equally by a vertical line, solstices look more like the image above.
I made some estimations, being one important that the winter solstice came the 11th or 12th December 2015, instead of the 22nd, so, to the 18 days from December the 22nd to today January 9th, eleven or ten more days must be added, giving as a result 28 or 29 days, and those are three distorted months and one,if it was the 11th, or half a week, if it was the 12th (or even one and a half week if it was the 10th), more or less.
So, we are now on Earth who is somewhere between 16th and 19th (or 23rd) of March, near to Spring equinox, which should be the 20th next March, this implies a decrease of the 12 hour, 13 minutes daylight duration for March the 21st, to 12 hours for March the 17th.
The Observatory timetable for sunrise and sunset inOviedo, Asturias, Spain, Europe says in March the 16th should take place at
respectively, and for the 17th
Those are twelve hours for both night-time and daylight hours, the 17th will be the Spring equinox. Three days before the proper date: 20th.
In addition to this, if you live here in Oviedo, or are here on a journey, you can check if it is not too cloudy, as was the case today (unfortunately, I have some papers with times and positions for today, but I could not see almost anything clearly, except for the fact that there is a shift of 20 minutes more or less (pity, it was cloudy) from the positions of stars and sun’s shadows respect this same date last year).