Sun only rises due East twice a year

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That is both the spring and fall equinox.
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year
On the poles it’s zero

Most of us see it only twice a year!!
Rest of the year it’s half the time SE or NE depending on the month


Rises is the East and sets in the West is garbage
 

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Jesus is really the Sun. The light of the world.

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Interesting post though.
 

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I have to drive to work across a 7 mile bridge that runs E-W. It's east in the morning and west in the evening. I hate the times of the year the sun lines up and I am staring into the sun the whole way and oncoming traffic is all but invisible.
 

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So, what else is new?
 

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That is both the spring and fall equinox.
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year
On the poles it’s zero

Most of us see it only twice a year!!
Rest of the year it’s half the time SE or NE depending on the month


Rises is the East and sets in the West is garbage
The Sun never rises it stays up all night.
 

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That is both the spring and fall equinox.
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year
On the poles it’s zero

Most of us see it only twice a year!!
Rest of the year it’s half the time SE or NE depending on the month


Rises is the East and sets in the West is garbage
Stripper's poles?
 

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That is both the spring and fall equinox.
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year
On the poles it’s zero

Most of us see it only twice a year!!
Rest of the year it’s half the time SE or NE depending on the month


Rises is the East and sets in the West is garbage
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year

No ... it's still just twice a year at the equator ...

On the poles it’s zero

No ... the sun rises once a year due south at the North Pole ... due north at the South Pole ...
 
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That is both the spring and fall equinox.
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year
On the poles it’s zero

Most of us see it only twice a year!!
Rest of the year it’s half the time SE or NE depending on the month


Rises is the East and sets in the West is garbage
The Sun never rises it stays up all night.
Yes but it rises low on the horizon and archs around from your earths perspective
 
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At the equator it’s due E everyday
At the poles it kind of just floats up around you
 

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At the equator it’s due E everyday
At the poles it kind of just floats up around you
Did you know that south of the equator toilets flush counter clockwise?
 
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I am only good at natural sciences

Don’t ask me about chemistry , biology or physics
 
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That is both the spring and fall equinox.
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year
On the poles it’s zero

Most of us see it only twice a year!!
Rest of the year it’s half the time SE or NE depending on the month


Rises is the East and sets in the West is garbage
The Sun never rises it stays up all night.
Yes but it rises low on the horizon and archs around from your earths perspective
We are rotating and circling the Sun we are not concentric to the Sun.
 
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That is both the spring and fall equinox.
However , if you live on the equator then it’s 365 days a year
On the poles it’s zero

Most of us see it only twice a year!!
Rest of the year it’s half the time SE or NE depending on the month


Rises is the East and sets in the West is garbage
The Sun never rises it stays up all night.
Yes but it rises low on the horizon and archs around from your earths perspective
We are rotating and circling the Sun we are not concentric to the Sun.
I know that but it still rises and sets in an arch based on our tilt from our own eye balls
 

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