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Antarctica research--longer timescales

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  • Mike Doran <mike@usinter.net>
    http://www.spacedaily.com/news/antarctic-03c.html From a Gaia / EMF standpoint once that channel opened up the coriolis effect is going to take cold air
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 17, 2003
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      http://www.spacedaily.com/news/antarctic-03c.html From a Gaia / EMF
      standpoint once that channel opened up the coriolis effect is going
      to take cold air falling down from Antarctica and RIGHT turn it such
      that some of the strongest winds in the world are in the Southern
      oceans moving from WEST to EAST. This leads to induction AGAINST
      cirrus given the current orientation of the earth's EMF. Further,
      there can be no currents inducting for it and the currents are cold
      at the surface and connected by current and by EMF. If the earth's
      EMF reverses, you have a snow making BOMB by cirrus enhancement,
      which would make Antarctica warmer, yes, but with plenty of snow/ice
      being added. It's no win.

      As far as CO2--less land to weather--so less Gaia, less carbon
      eroded, and less burning--less of a carbon cycle.

      CO2 is in the context of conductivity of rain and changes erosion,
      changes ocean conductivity.
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