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Old 05-11-2019, 06:22 PM   #5821 (permalink)
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Since you don't provide specifics I'll guess:
  • mini nova: I went over to NASA and looked.I didn't see anything related to climate.What am I looking for? The CHANDRA satellite is looking in the X-ray spectrum.
  • Earth's atmosphere is completely opaque to X-ray.It can't affect the Earth.
  • Relativistic charged-particles from a nova will begin to be deflected 11-billion miles from the Sun,at the Heliopause (Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF)).And again above 215-miles elevation above Earth.
  • Some particles will strike the atmosphere and create secondary particles.And those routinely penetrate us.We're mainly space,so they just blow through the orbital space between our atom's nuclei and electron cloud.These may be responsible for life on Earth.
  • If the Sun's magnetic field is stronger,there will be fewer cosmic particles reaching Earth.
  • Earthquakes,Volcanoes,sea-floor spreading,Mountain ranges,and volcanic islands are all possible due to the axial asymmetry of Earth's core and the tidal effects it creates.Suspicious Observer would have the listener believe that they're controlled by the Solar/Earth electromagnetic coupling.
  • Refrigerator magnets have 100X the magnetic strength of the Sun.
  • Refrigerator magnets have 1000X the strength of Earth's magnetic field.
  • If electromagnetic fields were responsible for earthquakes and volcanic eruptions,we'd have to be looking at refrigerators and computer hard drives as the causal agents.
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The Sun's Heliosphere extends to beyond Pluto, much larger that a refrigerator magnet. The gradient is steeper and much longer.

I'd have to refresh my memory but the theory is that one thing affects the timing and another the location of earthquakes. It's predictive.

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Some particles will strike the atmosphere and create secondary particles.And those routinely penetrate us.
It the upper end of the scale the 'particles' reach the surface on fire or bury themselves in it.

What do you think of the hypothesis that the Sun is black (i.e., radiating in UV), and the Photosphere is visibly luminescent. It's not just contrast in the imaging.

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Old 05-12-2019, 06:06 AM   #5822 (permalink)
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Just a typical day in S Australias electricity supply/demand “yoyo” game... Some days the wind doesn't blow.

If you look really closely, you can see the contribution from the worlds biggest grid battery into (one of) the world smallest demand markets. The tiny blue and orange noise pattern along the very bottom of the chart.
 
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Also remarkable how Natural gas (pipeline) drops from 1250 MW to less than 500 MW within 2 hours. Some days they just run out of pipeline?

There are a string of battery charge and no discharge events during that time, just when the Net Interchange Import is building up. Apparently the imported power was cheap. Maybe there was lots of wind there.

The Hornsdale battery typically charges or discharges at 35 MW in timeslots measured in seconds. You can see it is continuously active within that frame. It does stabilize the net and evens out the cost. On a 1800 MW per day scale it looks insignificant, but so are its costs compared to the other players on the grid.
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Also remarkable how Natural gas (pipeline) drops from 1250 MW to less than 500 MW within 2 hours. Some days they just run out of pipeline?
Demand dropped to half across the entire populated area of the continent during the cool of the night so the pricing from the coal plants in neighboring Victoria became dominant driving it down below the gas peakers.
 
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I like this one, but Al Jazeera decline the use of 'geodesic dome', instead calling them geometric pods or metal igloos. Ideology or ignorance?

They're made from aluminum diamond plate. I've never seen so much in one place before.
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Frank, those of us in rural areas with more than three children are very conscious of what our children will face. That is why we insist on teaching the value management life style. See "How to Survive Without a Salary" by Charles Long. Farming and trucking are not safe occupations so having a family member killed in an accident is all too common. The goal is a healthy sustainable population that avoids conspicuous consumption.
 
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If that were true you would have stopped at two.
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Actually, 2.1. https://duckduckgo.com/?q=population+replacement+rate

If the available occupations are hazardous why would you not round up?

Thank goodness all those [hazardous] truck driver jobs are going away, eh?

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