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    The solar radiation/orbital shadow boundary pivots off the Equator
    denoting the latitudinal change -

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...easonearth.png

    Within a few weeks,that SR/OS boundary will split the rotational axis
    and subsequently all latitudinal areas from pole to pole will share
    the daylight/dark symmetry experienced at the Equator the whole year
    round.


    There are a few people still who believe in variable axial tilt and
    this causes daylight/darkness variations and the seasons but modern
    imaging of the Earth from space shows what is actually occuring.There
    is also a longitudinal change in the SR/OS boundary that causes
    variations in the total length of the natural noon cycle rather than
    variable axial tilt attributed by astrologers to the Equation of Time
    difference between natural noon and 24 hour clock noon.


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    On Sep 5, 5:38 pm, oriel36 <geraldkelle...@yahoo.com> wrote:

    Rephrase -

    The longitudinal change in the SR/OS boundary denotes the orbital
    motion of the Earth in accordance with Keplerian orbital geometry and
    why the daily noon cycles are unequal for all points on Earth .The
    longitudinal variations alter the length of the daily noon cycle at
    all latitudinal points including the Equator disqualify any
    hemispherical description of axial tilt as a component in the Equation
    of Time correction.

    I suppose there is little chance in recognising that the explanation
    for the seasons has just been modified away from variable axial
    tilt .







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    do you ever quit or is it a compulsion you just cant control,
    in between strangling small animals and fish?






    oriel36 wrote:



 

 

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