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Give Thanks for the Winter Solstice. You Might Not Be Here Without It.
New York Times
On Dec. 21, or Thursday this year, the sun will hug the horizon. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it will seem to barely rise — hardly peeking above a city’s skyline or a forest’s snow-covered evergreens — before it swiftly sets. For
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Published On: Wed, Dec 20th, 2017

Give Thanks for the Winter Solstice. You Might Not Be Here Without It. – New York Times


New York Times

Give Thanks for the Winter Solstice. You Might Not Be Here Without It.
New York Times
On Dec. 21, or Thursday this year, the sun will hug the horizon. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it will seem to barely rise — hardly peeking above a city's skyline or a forest's snow-covered evergreens — before it swiftly sets. For ...
Dec. 21 will be the worst day of 2017, astrologers sayUSA TODAY
The winter solstice was also a big deal for the ancient MayaFuturity: Research News
What the Winter Solstice Really MeansThe Weather Channel
WKBN.com -Patch.com -Baltimore Sun (blog) -AZCentral.com
all 161 news articles »

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