When a full lunar eclipse takes place on the shortest day of the year, the planet may just get awfully dark.
Plus....a lunar eclipse happens at night...for those viewing it. So how can it be the darkest day in 456 years?
Agreed. Silly article.
posted on 12/19/2010 11:20:09 AM PST
by Bloody Sam Roberts
(Inspiration. The momentary cessation of stupidity.)
To: Bloody Sam Roberts
Plus, the twerp mentions the entire planet, not the Northern Hemisphere. It will be the longest day of the year in the Southern Hemisphere.
I guess they don't emphasize basic science in J-school.
posted on 12/19/2010 11:22:24 AM PST
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