An update on the sun position. For the first time since the significant axis shift in 2004 which we’ve been tracking since 2006, the 2014 summer solstice measurements on June 21, 2014 have shown another increase of the sun position to the north. Where it was setting about 10:00 to the north on a clock face. It is now about 10:15 to 10:45 toward the north from where I measured it in TX & 10:00 from Salt Lake’s viewpoint. I had expected the Salt Lake City latitude to be closer to 9:00 so that means the sun is much farther north of the Tropic of cancer than the 1200 miles I estimated. More like 2000 miles north of the mid Mexico Tropic of Cancer. Perhaps north of Washington State. I wish we had heard from someone in Seattle or anywhere on that latitude.
This explains the changes in the weather this year. Increased solar position toward the north is increasing melt & evaporation of the glacial ice. Thus, increasing humidity levels. This explains the high fog we are seeing over TX each morning this year. This is the first time I’ve seen this kind of weather in Texas during 20 years of residence. Daily high fog is normal in northern California but not Texas. I have also read some interesting articles on the rampant increases in Greenland’s glacier melting & loss of ice reflectivity indicating heavy bottom melting. So this corresponds with what we are seeing with the sun & unusual weather. Fortunately, our planet still remains the same distance from the sun.
Texas always had a dry heat but I’ve been seeing humidity levels consistently above 89% every day in June. It is 90% as I speak at 5 AM July 2nd. I have a digital wireless weather station to track conditions, temp, humidity, barometric pressure, wind, rain levels, etc.
The top of the photo is true north. The red lines indicate the sunrise & sunset positions from DFW Texas region on the June 21st summer solstice between 2006 & 2013. The yellow line shows the new sunset position for June 21, 2014. A significant change for the worse. Although the sunrise also increased exponentially, the daily morning high fog obscured the view for precise sunrise measurements this year.
But once the southpole ice depletes enough to reduce its function as a gyroscopic anchor to balance the planetary axis angle, the planet will slip onto its side with the poles horizontal (east & west) and the equator vertical (north & south). Earth will not flip upside down because there is insufficient landmass or land based ice weight to invert the planet. Only the heaviest point will rest at the bottom. As the south pole ice melts, it pulls the planet onto its side where it is the next heaviest & widest. Earth is currently near the tipping point where it wont take much for the planet’s axis to make a sudden shift the remaining distance onto its side.
Once our axis slips our planet onto it’s side one pole will suffer bitter cold & 24 hour pitch darkness during one 3 month season as it points directly away from the sun & sweltering heat with 24 hour blistering sun at the other pole pointing directly at the sun. The conditions will reverse during the opposing season. The other middle seasons will still be similar to current norms despite horizontal polar regions although we will rotate toward the north instead of toward the east. It will look close to normal from our perspective even though we would be rotating vertically toward the north. To us, it would still seem to rise in the east & set in the west. But the two seasons where each pole points directly toward or away from the sun will be dramatically different depending on your position on the planet which will determine the intensity we each will endure at our respective locations.
Whether you agree with my analysis or not, the one thing beyond dispute is the fact that the sun should never be rising or setting to the north of Mexico; much less, north of the US. It should never be north of the Tropic of cancer in mid Mexico on Jure 21st the summer solstice and longest day. Nor further south than the tropic of Capricorn in South America on Dec 21st, the shortest day. (from a US perspective). A lot of effort has been made by the powers that be to salt the internet & documentaries with paid experts with contrived explanations to make it seem normal. But all you have to do is look out your window during the summer to see the sun rising & setting to the north. Depend on your own eyes & common sense to know this is wrong despite any efforts they employ to make you disbelieve what you see.
The one thing they cannot do is hide the sun.
normal axis before the slippage
current axis slip
Future axis if we continue to slip