I don't want to sound like some tin-foil-hat-wearing kook, but I noticed something tonight and it REALLY caught my attention: The Sun is setting much too far to the North!

 

All of you know from reading the "CONTACT" button on this web site, that I reside at 

1906 Paterson Plank Road

North Bergen, NJ  07047

USA

 

The condo complex in which I live faces due West and because this part of my street is on the western slope of the Palisades, my house is about 212 feet above sea level.

The complex has an unobstructed view to the west and to the south.

When I first moved here in 1991, I lived on the top (3rd) floor, with a terrace facing west.  I enjoyed many a beautiful sunset on that terrace.  At the start of Summer, I took notice that the sun set precisely in the middle of a naturally-occurring dip in a ridge line perhaps 7 miles west of me, around Clifton, NJ.  

Today, I was outside watering the shrubs at sunset.  I turned to look west because I hadn't stopped to watch one in a long time.  I located the naturally-occurring dip in the ridge line about 7 miles west and . . . . . . . . . . . that's NOT where the sun was setting!

I had to turn to the right a little to see that the sun was actually setting to the west/NORTHwest ! ! !   

I was so startled by this change that I took out my Apple iPhone an grabbed pictures.

 

 Picture #1 (NOT EDITED in any way whatsoever, click image to enlarge)

 

 

 Picture # 2 (Unedited, click image to enlarge)

 

 (The town is building a Park on the other side of that temporary blue construction fence and local kids did Graffiti on it - pay it no mind)

 

Now here are the same two photos with arrows and text added to draw your attention to the Dip.  You MUST Click the Images to enlarge to read the text.

 

 

 

Please take careful note of the Building on the RIGHT side of this photo, I have an arrow pointing to it with Text asking you to NOTE it:

 

 

 

Now take a look at the image below to see where the Sun is actually setting on June 26, 2017 (Click image to enlarge):

 

 

 

 

I am not a rocket scientist or an astronomer.  I hold no degree is astrophysics or any of those related doctrines.   I am a typical, regular guy who has lived at the same address for the last twenty six years.

The sun is not setting where it should.  It is setting significantly farther to the right (north) than it used to from my location in North Bergen, New Jersey, USA, looking to the west.

These facts cannot be argued.  I see what I see and I know what I know from 26 years of living here.  So there is no doubt whatsoever that the Sun is setting too far to the north.

What explanations could exist for this?

Well, maybe the sun moved.   Doubtful

Maybe the earth changed its orbit.  Doubtful.

Maybe the earth crust has moved?   It would take a hell of an earthquake for that to happen to such a degree that the sun appears in the wrong place.  I think we'd know if the earth's crust had moved.  Most buildings in the world would probably be flattened.

Maybe the earth is tilting farther on its Axis than usual.  BINGO!

This explanation seems to make the most sense to me as a non-expert.

Something has changed the tilt of our planet so that it is tilting farther on its axis than it did in decades past.

What could cause this?

Well, major earthquakes can actually cause our planet to wobble, and God knows we've had a few DOOZIES as far as earthquakes go, especially that 9.2 quake off the coast of Japan in 2011.

Before that, there was that super major quake in Indonesia which caused a Tsunami that killed 250,000 people.  That was quite a jolt as well.

Then, too, earth could be affected by the gravity of other things.  But in order for our planet to tilt as a result of gravity, something pretty big would have to be entering or near our solar system in order for its gravity to affect our planet.  

HMMMMMMMMM?   I just don't know.  

But i do know this: The sun is setting in the wrong place. and one thing that anyone with common sense can agree upon is that means the areas of earth being exposed to the sun are changed from what they used to be.  And THAT, ladies and gentlemen, would explain the changes we've been seeing in our. . . climate.

With different parts of the earth being heated more -- or less -- by a change in earth Axis tilt, our entire climate would be altered on a planet-wide basis.

 

Of course, scientists at NASA and in governments all over the world would know what the facts actually are.  So why not just tell us?

Well, one reason is simple politics: Never waste a good crisis.

You see, if "climate change" is something taking place because of changes in earth's axis tilt, then they can't whip people into a frenzy and get them to pay trillions for climate research and environmental programs, can they?  If it's all happening naturally, then there is nothing  mankind can do about it.

And THAT, ladies and gentlemen is the simple truth: Governments have known for quite some time that the earth has tilted on its axis differently than in the past. The changes to our climate have ZERO to do with man-made pollution and all the hullaballoo about CO2 in the atmosphere was a complete bullshit job designed to make us afraid, and get us to pay more for their "research" and "green technology" so they could make billions off us stupid sheep.

The entire climate change / global warming fiasco . . .  is for them to make money off of us.  Period.

Climate change is taking place - because the earth has tilted on its axis.  Anyone who says it is man-made-climate-change is a god damned liar.

I welcome your personal observations about your sunset, and all the crap I'm sure is going to come from my assessment about climate change.  Use the comment feature below to have your say.

 

 

 

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