Oct 17, 2012
To billions of people under 30 years of age, the sun has always been blindingly white, but older people remember the days of warm yellow sunshine.
For centuries, children have drawn pictures of the sun, usually smiling, but always yellow. No more. Children today draw a smile on a white sheet of paper.
Those who insist that the sunshine of their youth was definitely yellow are now called crazy or told that "older eyes perceive the sun differently."
What about the children, though? Hmm.. very weird.
What's more, when an Internet image search is performed for "yellow sun," "yellow sunshine," or "yellow sunlight," only drawings, cartoons or photos of sunsets appear in the results. Highly suspicious, indeed.
Who does not want humanity remembering yellow sunshine? The blatant and arbitrary censorship is obvious and disturbing.
Many observant folks around the world have observed, however, that the Sun has increased in its brightness to the point of being blinding at sunrises and sunsets, unlike in previous years.
Photographers are losing muted evening sunlight, sunbathers burn more quickly, and crops are maturing earlier. Scientists and the media are silent on the subject.
Some say what is happening to the sun is simply an outside magnetic force stirring the iron elements in the core of the Sun, allowing the damping factor of the heavy elements to be reduced and increase the fusion rate fractionally.
Others say that years of chemtrail spraying in the skies has affected the light spectrum or even stripped the ozone layer away.
Still others insist that the sun is burning through its final layers of gases and will soon begin to go dark.
A hotter, brighter, whiter sun with more glare is now observed by the public, but why deny that the sun used to be yellow?
It used to take two weeks for a newspaper to turn yellow if left in the sun. Now it takes just one day.
Sunlight in the 1960s and 1970s was much yellower and felt warm. Now it feels like sandpaper or photonic abrasion.
Today's sunlight looks fake and unnatural, as if the sky is an LED screen with superimposed images. The change in the quality of sunlight is like going from incandescent light to halogen light.
Everything just seems slightly weird and other-worldly. It's as if the sun, the sky and the air have recently been chemically engineered for another race other than human.
But, of course, with the "older eyes" comes the "older mind," which makes anyone over 30 crazy for daring to remember how things really used to be.
As humanity continues to mutate under an alien sun, we who were there will continue to fondly remember what the sun once was.