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  • Mike Doran
    http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm? chanID=sa006&colID=30&articleID=0005BE47-0078-1FA8-807883414B7F0000 If the ocean contains 20,000 cells in a drop of water,
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      If the ocean contains 20,000 cells in a drop of water, there may be
      another interesting chemical containment issue respecting
      conductivity. That is, the force exerted by a charge particle is
      the inverse of the distance squared from another object that it acts
      upon. Further, smaller objects operate based more on the rules of
      quantum -- and hence have more to give in terms of modulation by a
      biological entity . . . in cummulation. Of course, this is a
      powerful estimation based on the experience of these observations of
      river changes and then cloud behavior changes, but more direct
      observations of large scale conductivity can be tested by other
      means.

      We probably have the answer already, just haven't looked at the data
      right. For instance, a few years back there was a study that
      indicated that the ionsphere at night had shrunk 4-5 miles based on
      radio recordings and echoes of signals bouncing off the ionosphere
      compared to line of sight signals--the echo changed over the 35 year
      observation period based on 65,000 recordings.
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