Sun in the process of reversing its magnetic poles
This week all of the globe enjoys roughly 12 hours of sunlight and 12 hours of night. The “reason for the season” relates to the Earth’s orbit around the sun. During summertime, our planet’s north pole points mildly toward the sun and those of us in the northern hemisphere get more than 12 hours of sunlight. During the winter the north pole is pointed away from the sun and the southern hemisphere enjoys more sunlight while we northerners shiver in the dark. Now, at the start of fall, we stand at the in-between time.
I’ve been thinking about sunlight in part because I dislike losi...
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