Topic: it's so sunny, but cold here? is the sun just a cold dark place?
I've noticed this a lot lately. It will be a sunny day here, but it's so cold outside.
I know it's winter time, and it most likely has something to do with the sun being father away?
It still puzzles me. Why if it's so sunny outside isn't it warm?
In the summer time when the sun is shining so bright, it signifies that its really hot outside.
Also I noticed on cloudy winter days here in the midwest, its more warm
then it is when the sun is shining outside. Can anyone explain why?
Is it just a simple explanation?
I've also read from different conspiracy sources how the sun is just a mirror, or a light refractor
of the light humans give off, and how the sun is really just a cold, dark place. What do you think?
For a number of years I have been uncomfortable with the notion that our Sun is a huge fiery yellow ball with extremely high temperatures which radiate heat and light to our Solar System. Why? Well, I could not understand why, as you climbed further up a mountain the colder it became, yet you were nearer the Sun. I was also a big fan of the Space Program and used to follow its every course and action, and I gradually became more dissatisfied with our conventional conception of what the Sun was. We were being informed that Space was black, the deep blackness of Space – Space was cold, the icy cold of Space - and we were informed that Space was indeed a vacuum! Now, were we not told at school that heat could not pass through a vacuum by conduction, convection or radiation? Isn’t this exactly how a thermos flask works? No I was not happy with this conception; the Sun could not radiate heat and light to the Earth even if it was a huge ball of fire. There had to be something else responsible for creating heat and light as we know it on earth and I wanted to know what that was.
I found my answer to this enigma while I was reading Living Energies by Callum Coats – Viktor Schauberger’s brilliant work with natural energy explained. Here, in this marvellous book was a full chapter just on the Sun, explaining the Sun’s energetic interaction with Earth, and most importantly just what does create heat and light on our planet. There is not the scope within this article to give a full scientific extrapolation here so I will condense the important parts, as I understand them. The Sun’s energy is kinetic not thermal and interacts with the Earth’s energies and in particular the Earth’s atmosphere where these energies are converted into heat and light. [This is the origin of the Cross - the union of the Sun (Father) and the Earth (Mother)]. To be more specific it is the water molecules in our atmosphere that contains the energy of heat and light. Light is a function of the atmosphere as is heat. This process is known as the Hydrological Cycle and involves our oceans and rainforests in a process similar to precipitation. This is where the water molecules from the oceans combine with the water molecules of the rainforests to provide a perfect balance in our atmosphere which can then utilise the energy from the Sun to provide heat and light. It is our atmosphere that contains and provides us with heat and light, the very spark of life; in fact our atmosphere is responsible for sustaining all life itself. Therefore, as we climb higher (up a mountain) our atmosphere becomes thinner, so there is less energy converted to heat and therefore the colder it becomes. Interstellar space has a thermal temperature of –273.15°C (0°Kelvin) so how can we possibly obtain heat directly from the Sun?
Even some of our ancestors thought the same way. Within Living Energies, published by Gateway Books, there is a reference to a translation of the Naacal Tablets, page 81, from James Churchward’s book, the Lost Continent of Mu, I quote ‘…the light was contained in the atmosphere. And the shafts of the Sun met the shafts of the light in the atmosphere and gave birth to light. Then there was light upon the face of the Earth; the heat was also contained in the atmosphere. And the shafts of the Sun met the shafts of the heat in the atmosphere and gave it life. Then there was heat to warm the face of the Earth.’
A second quotation from the same book, taken from The Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East by Baird T. Spalding – which records his three-year visit to Tibet at the invitation of high lamas – states ‘ If we take the science of things, we know there is a legend told here that all the heat and light and many other natural forces are contained right within the Earth itself. The Sun, of itself, has no heat or light. It has potentialities that draw the heat and light from the Earth. After the Sun has drawn the heat and light rays from the Earth, the heat rays are reflected back to the Earth by the atmosphere that floats on the ether. The light rays are drawn from the Earth in about the same manner and are reflected back to Earth by the ether. As the air extends only a comparatively short distance, the effect of the heat rays varies as you leave the Earth’s surface and ascend towards the outer limits of the atmosphere. As the air becomes less dense, there is less reflection; consequently as you ascend into the higher altitudes the heat becomes less and the cold increases. When you have reached the limit of air, you have reached the limit of heat. It is the same with the light rays. They are drawn from the earth and reflected back by the ether. As this ether extends much farther than the air, the light rays extend much farther before they are all reflected. When you have reached the limit of ether, you have reached the limit of heat and light. When you have reached the limit of heat and light, you have reached the great cold’.
What do you believe? Vital though the Sun’s energy is to life on this planet, the Sun is probably a cold dark place.