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Don't worry about me ;)
I'm not sure it's okay to post here. I've seen nothing but Killer Kyle post. So I won't be hurt if the post is deleted...
This year turned out as much as I expected. The Earth's Climate moves through cycle of years and it's mostly dependent on the Sun. AFter Last Year and the record damage done in Louisana and Mississippi the purpose of the huricanes was mostly fullied.
We saw that after last year Hurricane activity had been curtailed. Hurricanes cool the surface of the Earth and last year they really stired up the waters everywhere...
Next year maybe we'll see another rise in activity but it's still doubtfully for any kind of record breaking season....
Feel me. Do I feel pretty?
15th September 2004
You did have a prophetic saying in my Katrina thread last year. Though I don't think hurricanes affect water temperatures for the next year, you are right that hurricanes do dispell heat.
I blame last winter's La Niña for the decrease in hurricane activity. I'm not sure if the experts took that into account. I e-mailed Dr. Grey to say hi and mentioned that and never received a reply. If I can dig that quote up, I'll post it here.
Memorex;3399073Don't worry about me [/quote]
I thank the staff for letting me do this. Karma stickied the thread for me but Gizmo unstickied it later on. Gizmo didn't see a purpose in this thread. The purpose was for me to tell about the hurricane season and to inform you about it. I hope you were informed.
EDIT: Found your post, Saquist.
[quote=Saquist;2380942]What's thankfull is that the next Season should be less active
The Earth should be sufficiently cooll to settle the Atlantic for next year...
If we get anywhere near this active...Its the official sign of a big something wrong.
I believe in the Pump theory...The Atlantic and Pacific Oceans are the secondary controls of weather. Bringing the ever present warm water from the Equator to the higher latitudes. With Warm water goes warm air
Althose fronts on the heels of Warm water go up to England and circulate back down to Africa The warmer those fronts are up north the warmer they get once the get to Africa and then spin off it's western coast as Tropical Depressions
Although The Day After Tomarrow was a big exageration it does illistrate how desalinization of the Gulfstream could cause a rapid warming trend by lowering the oceans halocline and shutting down that pump and denying England it's supply of warmth.
where the warm water goes warm air goes...Here in Texas our climate i decided by the Gulf breeze...Our weather changes when fronts come from Pacific or Canada...but high presure ridges like hanging over the midwest. Since we're at the edge of the Hight presures it spins air around in a clockwise direction North creating our sea breeze...
Thus we're mostly hot and muggy..
I didn't make it!
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