Out Treckking? Dont Get Caught In The Dark Again… – Eco Snippets

Out Treckking? Dont Get Caught In The Dark Again…

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Out trekking and need to setup camp before the sun goes down?

Lost your watch?

Don’t get caught short.

Here’s how you can roughly determine how much daylight is left using nothing but your own digits.

Simply count the finger widths between the sun and the horizon. Each finger is equivalent to 15 minutes, with each hand totaling an hour. When the sun dips low enough that only two hands fit, it’s time to search for a suitable campsite and assemble a shelter (if you’re near the poles, the sun will hover over the horizon for a longer period of time).

Thanks hands!

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The headline looks like it was written by a careless grade schooler.

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    I think it’s great! It’s the content that matters.
    Keep up the good work Ecosnippets!!

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    Content matters but if you expect to be taken seriously, so does presentation.

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    It’s the content. If it’s useful, you can take it seriously, no matter how click-bait the title sounds. But I’m sure the presentation of the headline of that one 3-paragraph article on the Internet will be the determining factor of you using the information should you need it.

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    The editor has a choice to present printed information one of two ways. Why choose to do it sloppily? A poorly written headline makes me less inclined to even read the content. While it’s true many people don’t care about this sort of literary precision, if the intent is to reach and influence as many people as possible, why risk alienating the many others who do? Proof-reading should not be a challenge for someone in the field of print reporting.

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