Sun Rises Two Days Early In Greenland

Posted by on January 16th, 2011

No one knows exactly why the sun rose roughly 48 hours ahead of schedule in the remote Greenland town of Ilulissat which like many arctic circle towns spends prolonged periods in total darkness.

Some say global warming has melted the ice caps that surround the town so far that the sun snuck over quicker.

However some have suggested a mischievous astronomical shift is to blame.

We are going to pin the blame on someone incorrectly programming the town’s only clock.

[Daily Mail]

One Response to “Sun Rises Two Days Early In Greenland”

  1. Zed Says:

    Goods english, Justin