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the sun is hot, really... it's so hot that when summer comes and in spite of it you got the feeling that the climate is 'cooling', while the only difference is in the heat of the sunlight... 

 

these days you just need to stay in the sun for a couple of hours within a few days and you get Black already... back in the time it would take much more time... 

 

heatwaves happen without a warning when the air reaches the normal temperature for the season, while nights feel cooler than in yesterday's summers because of the extra heat produced by the sun in the day... it's all relative and a matter or feeling  but there's one thing sure and that's concealed or covered up by the media : Earth is getting more and more vulnerable to  sun rays... 

 

am I the only one to feel that way ?

 

 

 

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Dunno, but I’m reading this book right now about HAARP and electromagnetic weapons and weather control.   Any differences you may be noticing may have to do with the space fence. 

 

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4 hours ago, chud said:

the sun is hot, really... it's so hot that when summer comes and in spite of it you got the feeling that the climate is 'cooling', while the only difference is in the heat of the sunlight... 

 

these days you just need to stay in the sun for a couple of hours within a few days and you get Black already... back in the time it would take much more time... 

 

heatwaves happen without a warning when the air reaches the normal temperature for the season, while nights feel cooler than in yesterday's summers because of the extra heat produced by the sun in the day... it's all relative and a matter or feeling  but there's one thing sure and that's concealed or covered up by the media : Earth is getting more and more vulnerable to  sun rays... 

 

am I the only one to feel that way ?

 

 

 


no, the sun is very warm yes, but its def not burning faster..  have been finding can sit in the sun for hours and not get burnt, or barely at all. perhaps your skin is a bit sensitive. Unless after years of regular sun sitting my skin has become immune to sun burn... 

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11 hours ago, rooey said:


no, the sun is very warm yes, but its def not burning faster..  have been finding can sit in the sun for hours and not get burnt, or barely at all. perhaps your skin is a bit sensitive. Unless after years of regular sun sitting my skin has become immune to sun burn... 

 

perhaps me unless it's you... if we question our own senses or body constitution to avoid admitting what we see and appears as an evidence then we're playing the game of the media suppressing reality... I'm not quite white but rather pale skinned so I rarely suffered sunburn, and I didn't get vulnerable to sun light more than you got insensitive to it I guess... 

 

As a kid I'd spend whole summer vacations in the South of Spain, walking the streets and surrounding lands barefoot in a swim brief all the day, but I don't remember having ever become a Black man like I did two years ago and within only 3 weeks…

 

Temperature cools down at night but your housing stays warm because of heat accumulation and restitution, that's where the real 'greenhouse effect' is… the morning after starts fresh outside unlike in a true 'heat wave', but temperature rises again in the day and it's only due to sun reverberation…

 

The sunlight has got abnormally brighter and hotter these last years, so I think there's no 'greenhouse effect' in the atmosphere as advertised by the media and that it's where scientific fraud stands in that field. I think there are two main causes for this phenomenon that are concealed by the scientific community and the media : air and space traffic… the former is to fuel and boost oil consumption, the latest is for oil and military use and both haven't stopped breaking and cutting into the atmosphere's protective layer, a definitive damage having been caused by the recent Starlink program, which one isn't for 'space tourism' but part of an ongoing and silent war for space military control and domination…

 

Studies alluding to a rise in UV index are scarce to say the least, and yet the few ones you''ll find will refer to the regular 'warming' or 'greenhouse' propaganda. But nobody can deny that heat now concerns just as much Northern as Southern Europe, that having 30°C in the North of Norway isn't normal and that summers have more and more abnormally high heat periods in once well tempered regions. 

 

https://www.smh.com.au/environment/weather/going-to-extremes-uv-radiation-is-on-the-way-up-20180308-p4z3cp.html

 

Not only are trees cut down by the million, but vegetation in its whole is being dying of its own making whole regions turn into deserts, and I think that because of air and space traffics the Earth is being losing its atmosphere…

 

Sun ray heat is just the symptom that's being erased and concealed by Science like it's done in Medicine for human health, but I keep a tiny hope that the current air traffic shutdown and its maintenance despite the lockdown lift be related to climate and a means to try and prevent the worst from happening : life soon becoming impossible on Earth because of the sun light.

 

We got no more enjoyable summers like we still had not so long ago anyway, they've become times of climatic scourges instead... 

 

 

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