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Old 03-09-2019, 04:27 PM   #5351 (permalink)
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telluric currents

Volcanic activity can be triggered by earthquake seismicity,which is triggered by a stress relief and tectonic movement following the rupture of asperities within a fault network,all a consequence of plate subduction .
Water migration into a magma chamber can also trigger an explosive volcanic eruption.Magma can just melt a volcanic plug and allow magma to again flow.
The Earth dynamo and magnetosphere is considered a function of convection in the mantle (like a lava lamp).
It looks like the telluric currents occur within the lithosphere,underground and are affected by the magnetosphere,ionisphere and space weather.
They're also be impacted by the heliosphere in which the magnetosphere is embedded,and the galactosphere, and main group,etc..Everything's connected.

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Old 03-09-2019, 04:48 PM   #5352 (permalink)
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sodium battery

The Chinese are working on a low-cost,rechargeable,hybrid electrolyte,room temperature, sodium battery.In 2017,it had completed its initial phase of research.
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...and space weather.
My work here is complete.
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The Right Angle crew address the issue.



Quote:
and it appears to turn out that there
has been some significant warming in the
last 7080 years especially the last 30
or 40 years the question is what does
that what do the temperatures look like
against the baseline in other words I
can sum this up very easily there is no
standard earth temperature and there is
no ideal standard earth temperature we
do have a standard atmosphere because
pilots need to be able to measure
whether the air is thinner or thicker on
a given day
right so we have a standard
atmosphere which is 29.92 degrees of
mercury on a 57 degree fahrenheit day at
sea level that's a standard atmosphere
....Kansas was
under two miles of water 80 million
years ago and 80 thousand years ago it
was under a mile of ice none of which we
caused so there's that entire argument
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Old 03-10-2019, 02:17 PM   #5355 (permalink)
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And when it all turns out for the wrong there's always "we didn't know"...

Because climate scientists lie?
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How can how 'it turns out' be wrong?

The point was the same one Scott Adams makes: There is no baseline for temperature.

Review Permalink #5344. When scientists say that energy falls during a CME (particles block the UV) when the energy actually spikes, the difference is attributed to human cause.

What did those scientists have to say about the flash of light just before the Deep Impact's copper slug actually touched down? "Didn't see that one coming'".
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It probably will be debunked in some level, like for example the energy it consumer come from sources that produces a lot of CO2, but here the link anyway :

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Another challenger for Tesla's powerpack and Don Sadoway's molten metal battery:
the all-iron flow battery.
https://arpa-e.energy.gov/?q=slick-s...n-flow-battery
https://www.essinc.com/energy-storage-products/

Only uses abundant elements, should last for 25 years, and if it spills plants will grow better.
There are also flow batteries:

https://redflow.com/
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It is now sometimes raining in Greenland.

In the winter.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0307091457.htm

https://phys.org/news/2019-03-greenl...in-winter.html

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47485847
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It probably will be debunked in some level, like for example the energy it consumer come from sources that produces a lot of CO2, but here the link anyway :

Plants - farms, grasslands, forests, etc - are FAR better at sinking carbon, and far cheaper, and MUCH faster, than any machine we can build.

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