Re: Link on IR space readings
- View SourceThe Aqua spacecraft mentioned in that article was successfully
launched from Vandeberg AFB on May 4th into a 438 mile, sun
synchronous polar orbit. Here's the Aqua homepage :
- View SourceIt sure does look like the SOI went negative big time since the 9th.
I just uploaded a file with the data and a chart.
--- In methanehydrateclub@y..., "pawnfart" <mike@u...> wrote:
> What I find most interesting is how the IR radiation from the
> in the graph is released in the area of the Gulf of California,
> is IMHO related to the loss of cirrus caused by diminished hydrate
> fields and the loss of biosphere connected with the diversions of
> water from Lake Mead, instead of letting the CAP spring flood
> flow into the Gulf of California . . .
> L.A. has had 4 inches of rain in the last year and Arizona is dry
> a bone and you can see how the IR goes into space instead of making
> clouds--how the whole monsoonal flow is upset.
> Again, May flowers bring April showers! Without that flow of
> detritis and water into the Gulf of California, the microbrial
> biosphere suffers, the waters are less insulated for electical
> currents, and cirrus are not enhanced. Rainfall is not fed back.