Apparently it is early this year.
And in memory of my great-aunts.
Snowing enough to stick here.
Spring is early calendar-wise, but for folks who tend to blame the sun for global (northern?) warming, the summer is getting longer because it’s robbing minutes from spring, not the colder seasons of autumn and winter.
The “warm seasons of spring and summer combined are 7.573 days longer than the colder seasons” in the article doesn’t change appreciably on the human-lifetime scale. The perihelion-equinox cycle that drives the season length is more like once cycle in 21240 years.
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A break from The Deep. In New watch, old watch, still the same I described the…
We didn’t win the Timed Race, alas. But we rowed well enough.
In other news:
Far away from the hurly-burly, things are very peaceful.
Turning aside from the moment from the strange world of Monkers we come to something…
Here’s a nice pic:
Its from http://surfacetemperatures.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/global-land-surface-databank-version.html (but I cut it a bit to make it prettier).…