I hope there are some geography or astronomy folks out there. This summer I'm planning on growing some CP's outside in an alley next to my building. While it's on the south side of the building, the neighbor is like 6 feet away. So I'm really on the south side and north side at the same time.
I swear whenever I had to fix something over there, it was in the boiling sun, like no matter when it was. Now when I'm over there, I'm noticing how shady it currently is. Almost as if the sun is more in the south casing a larger shadow over the neighboring building, keeping the alley in the shade.
As summer moves on, will the earths axis rotate and will the sun move to a more vertical alignment over my building? Hence making the alley more sunny as a remember? (and the summer hotter as the season grows)
It's been a long time since I've studied the rotation of the earth, and can't remember the mechanics of the earths axis wobble.