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Re: WHY METHANE HYDRATE????

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  • Mike Doran
    ... WARM OUR ... From a conductivity standpoint that s easy. While warmer is more conductive, oceans that become saline can be conductive without being warm.
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      --- In methanehydrateclub@yahoogroups.com, "mearthslayer"
      <mearthslayer@y...> wrote:
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      > DO YOU BELIEVE WE CAN FLIP TO SNOWY, SNOWY, FREAKY SNOWY; WHILE WE
      WARM OUR
      > BUNS?
      >


      From a conductivity standpoint that's easy. While warmer is more
      conductive, oceans that become saline can be conductive without being
      warm. Since regional dilution can offset warming, you can have a
      trend of kinetic expressions of cloud behaviors seemingly stabile,
      but as the ice goes and goes, eventually, you find a region that
      becomes conductive without the ability to reduce its conductivity
      from melts. This is the formula for the runnaway superstorms. If
      you get a new climate in a cold, glacier prone area, you can pile
      huge amounts of snow on the terresphere, only to take water away from
      the oceans. The oceans then, more saline, can be more conductive
      even as they cool. The storms continue until the oceans are so cold,
      even though they are saline, they cannot support the couplings to
      produce the ice storm, and the process ends--with a thousand years of
      cold, dry climate. The 'frauds' don't look at CO2 correctly--it's
      electrical.
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