Earth closer to the Sun but Cold?

 Closer to the sun but cold!!

The earth's orbit around the sun is not circular but elliptical. That is, the distance of the earth around the sun changes in a year. Sometimes less, sometimes more. Many people believe that summer comes when the Earth is closer to the Sun. But this is completely wrong. On January 3rd, Earth is closest to the Sun, but you'll be rubbing frosted peanuts and other dried fruits in the refrigerator. But why so? In January, the Earth is closest to the Sun, known as perihelion, and you're happily cursing the cold, while July 4th is when the Earth is farthest from the Sun for the rest of the year. It is called Aphelion and you are sitting in front of AC drinking cold water. why so?

Closer to the Sun but Cold?

The first thing to know is that the earth has two layers. Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere. These two poles are divided by an imaginary line passing through the center of the Earth called the Equator. Pakistan, the Kingdom of God i.e. the country of pure people, is coincidentally located in the northern hemisphere of the earth. When the Northern Hemisphere is experiencing intense heat in June, the Southern Hemisphere countries such as Australia, Brazil, Chile, etc. are experiencing winter and snowfall and when Pakistan and other Northern Hemisphere countries are People are shivering from the cold in December, so in countries located in the southern hemisphere, namely Australia, Brazil, South Africa, etc., people are walking on the beach in t-shirts or shorts that are examples of obscenity and nudity. And some of them are just in plain clothes.

 As if the weather on earth is not the same everywhere, all the time. If it is summer in the northern hemisphere, it will be winter in the southern hemisphere. However, in countries located on the equator, the weather remains almost the same throughout the year, such as Ecuador, Kenya, etc.

Actually, seasons like winter, summer, spring, autumn on earth are not related to the distance of the earth from the sun, but it depends on how much sunlight falls on which part of the earth. Earth is tilted on its axis by 23.5 degrees. Because of which, the inclination of the northern hemisphere of the earth is reduced from January to March, due to which the sunlight falls here for a short period in these months, then the days are short and the nights are long in winter, and after that the inclination of the earth is periodically towards the sun. increases and the weather starts getting warmer by May-June as the days get longer and the nights get shorter.

Since the earth is spherical, when one of its spheres is more inclined towards the sun, the other sphere is less. Therefore, the order of seasons is reversed on the northern and southern hemispheres. The temperature on Earth actually depends on the absorption of sunlight by greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere and not on the distance from the Earth to the Sun. The more time the sun shines on a part of the earth, that is, the more the part of the earth is inclined towards the sun, the more time the gases in the atmosphere will absorb the sunlight and keep the earth warm.

 Winter is going on in Pakistan today while the sun is closest to the earth at this time. By the way, I remembered from winter, the sign of a true friend is that when you go to his house in winter, he treats you with a tray full of chalghoza.

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