Weather implies something other than sunshine, as it is default, sunlight touches over 99.99% [I admit my ignorance for not knowing all 100%
] of earth's surface, therefore it is not weather. Rain, hurricanes, blizzards, tornados, storm force winds, etc. don't occur everywhere; therefore they are weather. Sunlight can only be weather IF, somehow, it does not shine somewhere for a very LARGE majority of the time. I don't know where that is, again, I don't know about the 0.01% that I am completely wrong about this.
*Using "the poles" as an argument wont work because the sun shines there 6 months a year, which is 50%. Besides, it still shines there anyway, they do have winds and it's cold as hell -- that is weather.
*Using "what about life under the deep ocean" won't work because only humans have been known to complain (I mean whining without asking) about the weather, all other forms of life don't care because, like nature, they go with it. I am not saying that they don't complain, I am sure they do, it is just that we are too full of ourselves most of the time to notice them, in general of course.
*Using the idea that "sunlight creates weather, and therefore it is" might work, I’m a little iffy on that. That is like since/if God created us, we become God.
So in conclusion: Sunshine is not weather, it is the lack of
, it is why we are even on this planet to being with. Without it, we could die, we can live without the other stuff for a while don’t you agree?
Well, unlike most San Diegans, who are spoilt rotten with paradise
, and complain about a few days of beach-fog! Heck, this one time in 1998, they got into 95 auto accidents because of light mist!! Everyday I prayed for hell to happen over there, they need to learn somehow, know what I'm saying?
The meaning of life is curiosity; we were put on this planet to explore opportunities.