Grumpy Owl Posted September 22, 2020 Share Posted September 22, 2020 12 minutes ago, alexa said: OK I've listened to all you Globalists, so tell me where does the sun go after it sets? Because it's my belief that as it sets it's rising on the other half of earth. This is what Enoch calls the Northern Gate. The sun doesn't 'go' anywhere. The sun appears to move across the sky in an arc due to the rotation of the Earth. The sun 'rises' towards the East and sets toward the West. As the sun 'sets' towards the West, if you started travelling westwards you'd see it in the sky for longer. Because only half of the Earth is directly facing the Sun at any time, technically yes while the sun is 'setting' here where I am, somewhere on the other side of the 'globe', the sun will be rising. And that is why we have time differences. It is just after 7pm here in the UK and the sun has not long 'set' though there is still daylight. Meanwhile over in New Zealand, it is just after 6am and the sun is about to 'rise' there. Yes, it is probably true that the Sun itself is 'moving' as it orbits the centre of our galaxy. But relatively speaking, the Earth itself is in a fixed orbit around the Sun, so from our point of view, the Sun itself isn't moving. And because the Earth orbits on a 'tilt', that is why we have 'seasons', because for six months of the year (orbit) more of one hemisphere is facing towards the Sun than the other is, hence why we get three months of near darkness and three months of daylight at each pole. That's an example of me explaining what I know/believe using my own words, rather than resorting to just using memes/videos. Is it the truth or not? I don't know. But it is a fairly valid explanation to me and one that makes most sense. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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