TUNNELS STOP "TICKING TIME BOMB" !!

By: cyclonebuster , 12:44 AM GMT on June 22, 2008

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Kyle and Laura could be your next pending Catastrophe.Lets see if Kyle and Laura pan out in this situation??? Looks like Kyle and Laura can arrive somewhere on the East coast after forming in the Eastern Carribean Sea or Western Atlantic. This hurricane season I want to try something different with the "Tunnel" simulation. Lets suppose a catagory 5 hurricane is going to hit the USA this year with 165 MPH winds. In order for such a strong hurricane to exist we will assume it is well organized over 90 degree water. Lets assume the tunnels are in cooling phase generating electrical power and lets see how the computer model will compute wind speed of the hurricane based on SSTs prior to landfall.
Since the Tunnels can cool SSTs all the way down to 70 degrees lets have the computer calculate wind speed with every degree of drop from the 90 degree water in which the hurricane exists prior to landfall. This should work anywhere in the GOM or along the East coast. The first SST calculation at 90 degrees is given.

Will different computer models give us different results? How many models are out there that can give us such results.


MAXIMUM POTENTIAL ACTUAL POTENTIAL

70 degree water = 82 MPH
71 degree water =
72 degree water =
73 degree water =
74 degree water =
75 degree water =
76 degree water =
77 degree water =
78 degree water =
79 degree water =
80 degree water = 155 MPH
81 degree water = 160 MPH
82 degree water = 170 MPH
83 degree water = 180 MPH
84 degree water = 190 MPH
85 degree water = 200 MPH
86 degree water = 210 MPH
87 degree water = 220 MPH
88 degree water = 230 MPH
89 degree water = 240 MPH
90 degree water = 250 MPH


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31. cyclonebuster
2:48 PM GMT on July 05, 2008
Bertha now has a CDO.

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30. cyclonebuster
1:51 PM GMT on July 05, 2008
So now that Bertha may be a threat to the US coastline at what point do the computer models tell us to start the cooling phase of TUNNEL operation in preparation for Berthas arrival?
Typically such a rapid thermal change in SST could harm the sealife but the great thing about the tunnels now is we can REGULATE the temperatures downward over a period of 24 to 72 hours or longer in order to prevent this. What would be a good ramp rate? One degree every hour? One degree every 2 hours? One degree every 3 hours?
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29. cyclonebuster
12:28 PM GMT on July 05, 2008
"WTNT42 KNHC 050900
TCDAT2
TROPICAL STORM BERTHA DISCUSSION NUMBER 9
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL022008
500 AM EDT SAT JUL 05 2008

BERTHA IS PASSING OVER SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURES OF ROUGHLY 25
DEGREES CELSIUS...ABOUT THE COOLEST THE CYCLONE HAS ENCOUNTERED YET
DURING THE USUAL DIURNAL CONVECTIVE MAXIMUM...AND IT HAS BEEN
STRUGGLING TO PRODUCE VERY MUCH DEEP CONVECTION OVERNIGHT. DVORAK
INTENSITY ESTIMATES AT 06Z WERE 35-45 KT...AND WHILE IT IS POSSIBLE
THE WINDS HAVE WEAKENED...THE ADVISORY INTENSITY WILL REMAIN 45 KT
FOR NOW. DURING THE NEXT THREE DAYS...BERTHA HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO
STRENGTHEN AS THE UNDERLYING WATER TEMPERATURES STEADILY WARM BY
ABOUT A DEGREE CELSIUS PER DAY ALONG THE FORECAST TRACK. ALL OF
THE OBJECTIVE INTENSITY MODELS FORECAST INTENSIFICATION THROUGH 72
HOURS...WITH THE SHIPS AND LGEM REACHING 65 KT BY THEN...WHILE HWRF
AND GFDL ARE MORE CONSERVATIVE."

So what do you think the different computer models will tell us about Berthas power when SSTs are held well below the 25C temperature mark by the "TUNNELS"?
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28. cyclonebuster
2:05 AM GMT on July 05, 2008
Bertha is now moving WEST into warmer waters not WNW. Convection is firing NE of the center of circulation.



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27. cyclonebuster
11:35 PM GMT on July 04, 2008
Ocean Energy Resources
The ocean is a source of two significant sustainable forms of energy: thermal energy associated with the sun's heat absorbed by the ocean, and mechanical energy associated with the waves, currents and tides. Since the oceans cover more than 71% of the earth's surface, these forms of energy represent the largest solar collectors and retainers of the sun's vast energy that reach the earth's surface. By harnessing a fraction of one percent of ocean thermal energy, the world's energy needs can be met. Many of the steady ocean currents are highly energetic and provide tremendous potential for electric power generation - some are five times as energy-dense as the world's best wind power-generating sites.



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26. cyclonebuster
11:07 PM GMT on July 04, 2008
Not quite as good as the "TUNNELS" but hey at least some progress.

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25. Fshhead
6:58 AM GMT on July 04, 2008

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24. cyclonebuster
7:58 PM GMT on July 03, 2008
Dr. Masters points this out below.

"There is not much African dust or dry air near the storm, and the main impediment to future intensification will be a region of colder SSTs the storm will track over on Friday and Saturday. These cooler SSTs have created some stable air to the northwest of Bertha."

I bet this same effect could be seen with the satellite while the "Tunnels" cool the gulfstream. As the storm approaches from the East it may be one of the first signs of how the cooler waters upwelled by the tunnels can start to weaken the storm long before the center reaches the gulfstream. Any thoughts on this?
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23. cyclonebuster
6:38 PM GMT on July 01, 2008
I bet it moves more Westward as SSTs are still cool. But warm enough to let it develope.
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22. cyclonebuster
6:19 PM GMT on July 01, 2008
Perhaps, we can track 92L across the atlantic and see if the computer models we have today can tell us when to place the "Tunnels" into cooling stage????
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21. cyclonebuster
12:27 AM GMT on June 30, 2008
50/50 chance? Not with the tunnels. Computer modeling will prove this.



Report: North Pole May Be Ice-Free This Summer

For the first time in recorded history, the North Pole may be free of ice this summer, according to a published report Friday.

The unique prospect of sailing in open waters at the North Pole during the minimum ice cover in August and September has about a 50-50 chance of becoming reality, says one climate scientist's prediction holds true.

"The issue is that, for the first time that I am aware of, the North Pole is covered with extensive first-year ice — ice that formed last autumn and winter," Dr. Mark Serreze, a senior research scientist at the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo., told The Independent newspaper in London. "I'd say it's even odds whether the North Pole melts out."

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20. cyclonebuster
11:36 PM GMT on June 29, 2008
Should have stayed in port???
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19. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
4:08 PM GMT on June 25, 2008
engine problems ya i beleive water vapour down exhast stack casuse engines to stall out then then went adrift then eye wall took em out sad
shouldnt of been out there in first place
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18. cyclonebuster
11:23 AM GMT on June 25, 2008
16. Perhaps, computer modeling will show it would have been ok for the ferry to leave port in this storm if the "TUNNELS" were doing their thing.I think they had engine problems though and were adrift compounding the issue.
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17. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
3:42 AM GMT on June 25, 2008
cb #14
its there nature to destroy ones self its there destiny its all ready too late

11:11 am utc 12/21/12
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15. cyclonebuster
2:52 AM GMT on June 25, 2008
Did typhoon fengshen go over the Kuroshio Current?


If it did go over the Kuroshio current my "Tunnels" would have have weakened the typhoon and the ferry disaster never would have happened.


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14. cyclonebuster
1:54 AM GMT on June 25, 2008
Last chance for the "Tunnels"??


Scientist: 'We're toast' without action on global warming

James Hansen told Congress on Monday that the world has long passed the "dangerous level" for greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and needs to get back to 1988 levels.

He said Earth's atmosphere can stay this loaded with man-made carbon dioxide for only a couple more decades without changes such as mass extinction, ecosystem collapse and dramatic sea level rises.

"We're toast if we don't get on a very different path," said Hansen, director of the Goddard Institute of Space Sciences who is sometimes called the godfather of global warming science. "This is the last chance."

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12. cyclonebuster
1:04 PM GMT on June 24, 2008
ONLY ONE FIX FOLKS! "TUNNELS"

Study: $45 Trillion Needed to Combat WarmingBy Joseph Coleman, Associated Press

posted: 06 June 2008 12:20 pm ET


TOKYO (AP) %u2014 The world needs to invest $45 trillion in energy in coming decades, build some 1,400 nuclear power plants and vastly expand wind power in order to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, according to an energy study released Friday.

The report by the Paris-based International Energy Agency envisions a "energy revolution'' that would greatly reduce the world's dependence on fossil fuels while maintaining steady economic growth.

"Meeting this target of 50 percent cut in emissions represents a formidable challenge, and we would require immediate policy action and technological transition on an unprecedented scale,'' IEA Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka said.

A U.N.-network of scientists concluded last year that emissions have to be cut by at least half by 2050 to avoid an increase in world temperatures of between 3.6 and 4.2 degrees above pre-18th century levels.


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11. cyclonebuster
11:57 AM GMT on June 24, 2008
"Tunnels" will save the Airlines!!

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- The skyrocketing price of fuel could "devastate" the airline industry and hurt the economy, according to a report from the Business Travel Coalition released Monday.

Pressured by rising fuel costs, major airlines could collapse as early as this year, the coalition said. The failure of just one airline could disrupt travel for 200,000 to 300,000 daily passengers and cause between 30,000 and 75,000 immediate job losses, said the coalition.

The failure of more than one airline could result in 100,000 job losses, said the report, particularly in such hubs as Atlanta for Delta Air Lines (DAL, Fortune 500), Chicago for UAL Corp.'s (UAL) United Airlines and Continental Airlines' (CAL, Fortune 500) Houston.

"Already-depleted cash reserves are dwindling fast, and unless the fuel crisis lessens, airlines face not the now-familiar protracted restructuring in bankruptcy, but outright and immediate extinction," said the report.


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10. cyclonebuster
10:57 AM GMT on June 24, 2008
NASA Scientist: Put CEOs On Trial for Global Warming Lies

The heads of major fossil-fuel companies who spread disinformation about global warming should be "tried for high crimes against humanity and nature," according to a leading climate scientist.

Dr. James Hansen, director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, sounded the alarm about global warming in testimony before a Senate subcommittee exactly 20 years ago.

He returned to the topic Monday with a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., given to the Worldwatch Institute.

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"Special interests have blocked the transition to our renewable energy future," Hansen writes in an opinion piece posted on the institute's Web site. "Instead of moving heavily into renewable energies, fossil fuel companies choose to spread doubt about global warming, just as tobacco companies discredited the link between smoking and cancer. Methods are sophisticated, including funding to help shape school textbook discussions of global warming."

"CEOs of fossil energy companies know what they are doing and are aware of the long-term consequences of continued business as usual," Hansen continues. "In my opinion, these CEOs should be tried for high crimes against humanity and nature."


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9. cyclonebuster
1:26 PM GMT on June 23, 2008
MichaelSTL posted one that Kerry Emanuel has I am sure there are others out there.I would like to see the wind speed change for every degree of SST change for each model. I would also like to see the amount of surface area change of SSTs for each day of cooling phase operation for every degree of change.
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8. jimmiek
10:10 AM GMT on June 23, 2008
Are you hoping we have computer models we can spin up for this?
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7. cyclonebuster
4:53 AM GMT on June 23, 2008
Tunnels could have prevented this.

MANILA, Philippines (CNN) -- Rescuers have found at least 33 survivors and at least six dead among the nearly 750 aboard a ferry that capsized in a typhoon that battered the southern Philippines, a Red Cross official said Monday.

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6. cyclonebuster
1:44 AM GMT on June 23, 2008
The "Loop Current" should also have the same effect as the Gulfstream on the Troposphere.What say you guys and gals?
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5. cyclonebuster
1:43 AM GMT on June 22, 2008
Do the models calculate the effects the Gulfstream SSTs have in the troposphere?
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3. cyclonebuster
1:25 AM GMT on June 22, 2008
There will be plenty of 90 degree water this summer in the Carribean and GOM. Anyways, how many different computer models can compute this?
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1. cyclonebuster
12:55 AM GMT on June 22, 2008
Any players out there?
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