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Re: Link on IR space readings

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  • fredwx
    It sure does look like the SOI went negative big time since the 9th. I just uploaded a file with the data and a chart. Fred ... picture ... which ... waters
    Message 1 of 3 , May 15 10:13 AM
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      It sure does look like the SOI went negative big time since the 9th.
      I just uploaded a file with the data and a chart.

      Fred


      --- In methanehydrateclub@y..., "pawnfart" <mike@u...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2002/22apr_ceres.htm?list28757
      >
      >
      > What I find most interesting is how the IR radiation from the
      picture
      > in the graph is released in the area of the Gulf of California,
      which
      > 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
      waters
      > flow into the Gulf of California . . .
      >
      > L.A. has had 4 inches of rain in the last year and Arizona is dry
      as
      > 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.
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