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    Here is an interesting link to check out past years snow and ice cover. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Observatory/Datasets/snow_ice.smmr.ht ml ... the ... I
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      Here is an interesting link to check out past years snow and ice
      cover.

      http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Observatory/Datasets/snow_ice.smmr.ht
      ml



      --- In methanehydrateclub@y..., foryeshua1@j... wrote:
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      > On Fri, 28 Jun 2002 04:35:53 -0000 "pawnfart" <mike@u...> writes:
      > The dry winter last year was related to Three Gorge. I have been
      > talking about that drought for two years, so I am not sure what you
      > mean I haven't addressed it.
      >
      >
      > --- In methanehydrateclub@y..., foryeshua1@j... wrote:
      > > Pawn, I have not had or taken time enough to really go into the
      > > materials that I have put into the folder. We are taking a week
      > off and
      > > going to visit some places. I am wondering if you ever received
      the
      > email
      > > that I told about the changing of the things before the last dry
      > winter
      > > and the following reversal of that dry to the wet we now enjoy.
      I
      > am
      > > wondering if you simply disregarded it or you never got it. At
      this
      > point
      > > I am skeptical about whether you have really given my ideas a
      real
      > chance
      > > either. It would seem that because we do have some of the same
      > ideas
      > > about the importance of electricity in what is happening between
      and
      > > within the planets and Sun, that we could draw some conclusions
      > that we
      > > both could agree upon and work from agreement rather than argue
      > about
      > > fine points which may or may not be important. Tomorrow we will
      be
      > gone
      > > for a week. When I get back I will try to scan what has happened
      > and
      > > then decide what I will do about continuing with you. Till
      then,
      > Bye
      > > bye, Walter
      > >
      > > On Thu, 27 Jun 2002 15:39:56 -0000 "pawnfart" <mike@u...> writes:
      > > fredwx <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > > > Mike,
      > > >
      > > > Are you also saying that cirrus enhancment can only occur over
      > > ocean
      > > > areas where there is significant thunderstorm activity?
      > > >
      > >
      > > No. But a Doran wave is largely about a thunderstorm.
      > >
      > > Schumann ressonances are all about the global circuitry that is
      > > always going and maintains this positive charge in the lower
      > > ionsphere at all times. The ocean land and ionosphere are
      > connected
      > > together by this, and the air is very insulative in between that
      > > allows this to occur. I have noticed just by observation of
      strike
      > > patterns that during the day about 3 to 6 pm when the afternoon
      > > thunderstorms are going off it tends to light up the land and you
      > can
      > > see the Doran wave echoed over a dry line or sometimes two and
      also
      > > back to the ocean, where the Doran wave may have been first
      > created.
      > >
      > > At night the strike activity seems to be closer to the ocean with
      > > smaller Doran wave activity--but it is still there.
      > >
      > > Of course, rain depends on water content in the air, pressure
      > > gradiants (ambiant winds), temperatures--and top down EMF stuff
      > that
      > > is general in nature like what we are discussing with B-1 and his
      > > reports. Yet, w/ a Doran wave there is going to be an even
      sharper
      > > pull of electrons from the ionosphere in the region where this
      > occurs
      > > and hence an even greater tendency for the cirrus to be attracted
      > to
      > > the ionosphere there and for IR balances to be more high cloud--a
      > > higher energy there. If this occurs over, say, Arizona where the
      > > ground is dry as hell--you are going to get dry strikes. Over
      the
      > > GOM? Convection or at least water vapor, high dew points to be
      fed
      > > toward convection. Places where it is more humid? Like say,
      > > Minnesota or Nebraska? Big Doran wave thunderstorms the past few
      > > nights.
      > >
      > > The strike graphic is really cool to look at this way--to see the
      > dry
      > > lines where the protons come down and the cloudy areas where,
      with
      > > the strikes, the electrons come down. And to picture the
      > ionosphere,
      > > which must be organizing its strongest relatively negitive
      charges
      > > over the cloud top positive charges charges--only to make the dry
      > > line part of the ionosphere even MORE positively charged! Which
      > then
      > > increases the regional circuitry.
      > >
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