Happy Solstice everyone!
Whether Summer or Winter, it is nice to celebrate this very ancient day.
Think about this: just because the day has reached its extreme limit in terms of length, does that mean that mornings and afternoons have also done that?
Stonehenge stonehenge stonehenge stonehenge!
Is noontime really noontime? It's 5'oclock somewhere?
At noontime in UTC time, where there is no daylight savings, at what longitude is noontime really pointed exactly at the sun??
Is it consistent all year round?? But there are about 365 1/4 days in a year, so the longest day of the year at a given latitude say 45 degrees north, could be pinpointed to a certain town probably that had its noontime exactly when the 23 1/2 degree axis pointed perfectly at the sun, or above the sun actually, but toward the sun.
igloo myrtilles fourmis