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Question: Will the Sun rise from the west?

 

Answer: There will be a geomagnetic reversal and the sun will (for all intents and purposes) rise from the west.

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Okay, people, cannot we just all peacefully accept that other people have other ideas, beliefs, and religions? I mean really, this stuff is getting annoying. I bet you aren't even muslim in real life, Moreau. Seriously, some are muslim, some are christian, some are hindu, etc. Does the Koran say you must be annoying? Does the Bible say you must be annoying? No! 

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I'm fine with Muslims, and Christians, and Hindus, and all religions. I really don't care what your religion is. And I don't get why you care so much about it.

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Okay, people, cannot we just all peacefully accept that other people have other ideas, beliefs, and religions? I mean really, this stuff is getting annoying. I bet you aren't even muslim in real life, Moreau. Seriously, some are muslim, some are christian, some are hindu, etc. Does the Koran say you must be annoying? Does the Bible say you must be annoying? No! 

I'm fine with Muslims, and Christians, and Hindus, and all religions. I really don't care what your religion is. And I don't get why you care so much about it.

 

You chose to visit this thread and make off-topic posts. Nobody forced you.

 

If you don't like the topic, don't visit the thread. Simple.

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Seem more like the a Christian thing since well Christianity has deep ties to the sun. Islam has its moon thing going on so try something with that. 

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Seem more like the a Christian thing since well Christianity has deep ties to the sun. Islam has its moon thing going on so try something with that. 

No Christianity does not.

Christianity used the image of sol to connect with the pagans of the British Isles.

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Okay, guys, get back on topic.  <_<

 

Does anyone have any counter evidence to suggest the Sun will not be rising from the west? 

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No Christianity does not.

Christianity used the image of sol to connect with the pagans of the British Isles.

Christianity is basically sun worship, whether we accept it or not, Agree or Disagree?

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Okay, guys, get back on topic.  <_<

 

Does anyone have any counter evidence to suggest the Sun will not be rising from the west? 

Thousands of years of math, astronomy, and everything in-between?

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Christianity is basically sun worship, whether we accept it or not, Agree or Disagree?

Oh yeah, definitely.

Christianity has been slowly transformed into a sun-worshiping cult.

Which means, by extension, Islam is as well.

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Okay, guys, get back on topic.  <_<

 

Does anyone have any counter evidence to suggest the Sun will not be rising from the west? 

I do... it's called the Earth isn't going to randomly start spinning in the opposite direction.

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UNLESS a giant meteor hits the Earth and knocks it into a different orbit path or something spinning the opposite way, in which case everyone and everything on Earth would be dead so it wouldn't matter at that point.

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UNLESS a giant meteor hits the Earth and knocks it into a different orbit path or something spinning the opposite way, in which case everyone and everything on Earth would be dead so it wouldn't matter at that point.

The Meteor is Allah?

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Thousands of years of math, astronomy, and everything in-between?

I do... it's called the Earth isn't going to randomly start spinning in the opposite direction.

UNLESS a giant meteor hits the Earth and knocks it into a different orbit path or something spinning the opposite way, in which case everyone and everything on Earth would be dead so it wouldn't matter at that point.

 

(You do know you can edit your posts Altim Atae?)

 

I'm assuming you both didn't bother watching the video so I will summarise the argument that was made....

 

>In the beginning our Earth used to complete one rotation around it's own axis in 4 hours.

>It has been slowing down since then and now takes 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds

>Scientists say that the earth is behaving like a spring and the rotation of the earth will continue to slow down until it can't any more do to it's mass

>Then it will stop briefly, and begin rotating in the opposite direction.

>When that happens the Sun will rise from the west. 

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The problem with the argument in short is that it's a lot of bollocks. Sweaty pig's bollocks.

 

The earth is not rotating on a spring, it is not going to change direction. Oddly though it is perfectly possible for the sun to rise in the west, sort of. Every half a million years or so the earth goes through a geomagnetic reversal, when this happens next then the sun will indeed rise in the west, at least according to compasses.

 

Praise be to Allah and all the other magic pixies that live in the sky and control the world.

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Oddly though it is perfectly possible for the sun to rise in the west, sort of. Every half a million years or so the earth goes through a geomagnetic reversal, when this happens next then the sun will indeed rise in the west.

 

Noted.

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(You do know you can edit your posts Altim Atae?)

 

I'm assuming you both didn't bother watching the video so I will summarise the argument that was made....

 

>In the beginning our Earth used to complete one rotation around it's own axis in 4 hours.

>It has been slowing down since then and now takes 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds

>Scientists say that the earth is behaving like a spring and the rotation of the earth will continue to slow down until it can't any more do to it's mass

>Then it will stop briefly, and begin rotating in the opposite direction.

>When that happens the Sun will rise from the west. 

No, it won't stop briefly and begin rotating in the opposite direction. It'll just become tidally locked with the Sun, so it'll rotate once per year.

 

The problem with the argument in short is that it's a lot of bollocks. Sweaty pig's bollocks.

 

The earth is not rotating on a spring, it is not going to change direction. Oddly though it is perfectly possible for the sun to rise in the west, sort of. Every half a million years or so the earth goes through a geomagnetic reversal, when this happens next then the sun will indeed rise in the west, at least according to compasses.

 

Praise be to Allah and all the other magic pixies that live in the sky and control the world.

A geomagnetic reversal doesn't have anything to do with the rotation of the earth. It has to do with the Earth's magnetic poles. A geomagnetic reversal will just cause compasses to point south instead of north. It won't change the rotation of the Earth.

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Right, so the Earth slowing down and changing direction won't happen. There is no "spring" and that just wouldn't make sense.

 

The bit about a geomagnetic change causing it to rise in the west is technically correct, but physically nothing would change, your compasses will just be flipped. Eventually though, the Earth will be in tidal lock with the Sun, just like how the Moon is in tidal lock with the Earth (why we always see the same side of the moon.) That'll leave one half of the Earth really warm and deserty, and the other half pretty cold and ice-agey. I suspect humanity, if it still exists at that point, will be living underground or on the fringes where there is twilight and some mixture of warmth and cold.

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Right, so the Earth slowing down and changing direction won't happen. There is no "spring" and that just wouldn't make sense.

 

The bit about a geomagnetic change causing it to rise in the west is technically correct, but physically nothing would change, your compasses will just be flipped. Eventually though, the Earth will be in tidal lock with the Sun, just like how the Moon is in tidal lock with the Earth (why we always see the same side of the moon.) That'll leave one half of the Earth really warm and deserty, and the other half pretty cold and ice-agey. I suspect humanity, if it still exists at that point, will be living underground or on the fringes where there is twilight and some mixture of warmth and cold.

So basically what I said.

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Giant meteorite/several-small-ones hitting the earth - it is.

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