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This blog is meant as a sharing point about different theories on how things work in our solar system and specially here on earth. These theories are for entertainment purposes.

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Latest Blog Posts for Sun of Moon

  • Moon moves West or East?
    on May 14, 2009
    The moon position at anytime during the course of a month is moving West or East relative to the day before? Most people know, as a fact, that the moon and ALL other planets in our solar system moves from East to West when looking at the sky (for tho...
  • Predicting the Sun's height at Noon
    on May 14, 2009
    Let's try to find where the Sun will be in the future or during the course of a full year and let's assume that we are in the Northern Hemisphere. To do this, we need only a few simple facts. 1)At noon, the Sun always faces close to South, so this wi...
  • The Equator or Ecliptic?
    on Apr 30, 2009
    Those two reference point are similar in terms of shape, both circles, but different in terms of angle and plane that they cover. The equator is usually well understood since it is relatively easy to imagine our earth separated in two halves, just li...
  • Planets related to Weekdays
    on Apr 15, 2009
    see my post on the correlation of theĀ 4 Seasons with Numbers on a ClockThe planets ... have you ever wonder why they are called that way or who decided their names? Well, when I first thought about that question I said to myself that maybe I'm think...
  • 4 Seasons with Numbers on a Clock
    on Apr 15, 2009
    don't forget my other post onĀ Planets related to WeekdaysMost of us, living in the Northern Hemisphere, have 4 known season that start on different time each year, but mostly close to the 21st day every 3 months (12 months/4 seasons). There is a cor...
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