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Old 08-06-2021, 04:03 PM   #271 (permalink)
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So... They're not part of the invariance.

I know you're a fan of the inverse square law. Here's an interesting question:



Piotrsko should like it because it's not copypasta. I expect a tutorial [series] on how to animate the waveforms and bullhorn. www.youtube.com/c/CGMatter/playlists

(the an answer is in the comments on the Youtube page)

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Old 08-06-2021, 04:33 PM   #272 (permalink)
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So... They're not part of the invariance.

I know you're a fan of the inverse square law. Here's an interesting question:



Piotrsko should like it because it's not copypasta. I expect a tutorial [series] on how to animate the waveforms and bullhorn. www.youtube.com/c/CGMatter/playlists

(the an answer is in the comments on the Youtube page)
1) they would not be a component of total solar irradiance. And total solar irradiance doe vary, so, they would not be part of the variance.
2) they would be components of the solar wind, flares, CMEs.
3) if an accurate magnitude ( say, sound pressure level, on the C-Scale ) is obtained at a given distance, running the distance and math backwards will deliver you to the original signal power level at the source. It will be 'geometric', not 'infinite.' Infinity cannot be quantified.
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* So there you go!
* I believe that what is of interest to the scientific community is ' total solar irradiance.'
* What you've depicted is only for X-ray photons.
* Earth's atmosphere is opaque to X-ray photons. As far as we on Earth are concerned, they don't exist.
* Solar fast radio bursts don't appear to affect us either.
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* As a solar physicist, your delta- X-ray proportion would be factored in, along with all the other wavelengths, and an overall radiance, with perhaps some temporal modulation would emerge. Cyclic or not. On the order of 0.1%.
You originally said electromagnetic spectrum.
And no sun x-rays, solar ions, deep space particles have not been factored in to clumsy failed climate models.
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Hmmm, fascinating that the (not copypasta) reference in freebeards post #271 is a you tube address.
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And, no, the earths protective systems do not stop emi. Some still gets through and affects things which is why we went looking for the source.
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Especially right now with the [magnetic] shields down.

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A flat statement with hyperlinked source?
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Animals that follow the Earth's magnetic field for migration are impacted by the wandering magnetic poles.
Right! And we'd want to examine the cataloged migration calendar events for a checklist of times when that happens, seasonally.
There're more reports of whale strandings but possibly more worrisome, chimpanzees are learning the art of [interspecies] warfare.

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Published: 19 July 2021 Lethal coalitionary attacks of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodytes) on gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) in the wild Lara M. Southern, Tobias Deschner & Simone Pika

Here, we provide the first information of two lethal coalitionary attacks of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodytes) on another hominid species, western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla), that occur sympatrically in the Loango National Park in Gabon. In both events, the chimpanzees significantly outnumbered the gorillas and victims were infant gorillas. We discuss these observations in light of the two most widely accepted theoretical explanations for interspecific lethal violence, predation and competition, and combinations of the two-intraguild predation and interspecific killing. Given these events meet conditions proposed to trigger coalitional killing of neighbours in chimpanzees, we also discuss them in light of chimpanzeesí intraspecific interactions and territorial nature.
Now where did they learn that? In Thailand it's the street monkey vesus the temple monkeys. DDG?q=monkey+wars+in+thailand
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Monkey wars have been going on for a very long time.
They might be thinning out their own numbers in anticipation of food scarcity ahead.
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At youtu.be/9DLR8AQ0jEA?t=310 there is a curious mid-sentence edit. The first half says the problem is population collapse. The second half is all about carbon and climate.

The population collapse he speaks of is not due to environmental impact, but from technological prowess. Which is not evenly distributed.
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Note that is is gang attacks on non-adult gorillas, probably ambush style. Chimps are noted terrorism fanciers, they are neurotic in personality with tendencies towards bullying..

Why the €&%\\ do I know this????

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