Wednesday, December 21, 2011

The shortest day of the year

We're at the winter solstice here in the northern hemisphere, which means we've got the shortest day of the year. To celebrate, let's show one of the shortest movies you'll ever see. Thankfully, it's reached Youtube, although it's also in the public domain.

Now, if you don't like that sort of short film, perhaps you might like a different sort of short movie:

(Technically, the solstice is early tomorrow morning in Europe, at 0530 UTC on December 22. This corresponds to half an hour past midnight in the US Eastern Time Zone, and late this evening in the other time zones.)

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