TROPICAL STORM VIRGINIIE NORTH OF

By: cyclonebuster , 1:42 AM GMT on June 26, 2009

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Virginie won't have a chance to form as long as the tunnels are in cooling phase. Virginie would only be a cat1 at landfall if he heads this way. See how important they are?

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HEY YOUR RIGHT! That is funny. Dr.Seuss would be proud of my tunnels.
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Forgive me..... I can't help it.
But I swear those tubes/tunnels with the red tape, remind me of the hat - you know the one...
from the
CAT IN THE HAT!!!!

LOL

Everytime I watch your video the Cat in the Hat pops into my head! LOL

Hope you see the humor in my vision too! : )
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LOL! Bob LOL!

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LOL! He sits there looking at it working then he says to me it won't work! LOL!
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What's up with him?
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Just because he doesn't like my idea he kicks me off.
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This is bull!

hello
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You were kicked from #stormchat by BarometerBob (BarometerBob)
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So how are they going to stir up sediment?
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They are least 1500 feet above the bottom of the ocean.
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Quoting cyclonebuster:
That's what they do! It isn't just one machine it's 1020 of them.

I would worry most on what it would do to the environment dredging up the sediment and all, plus weather patterns...hurricanes are here for a reason...man just gets in the way.
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And with todays global warming they are having a hard time of cooling it.
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That's what they do! It isn't just one machine it's 1020 of them.
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Quoting cyclonebuster:
But wrong on this level!


You would need a machine to dredge up thousands of square miles of water...hurricanes are not small in nature or take energy from a small area...it would disrupt weather patterns everywhere making the overall picture far worst...and a simple principle...Hurricanes are natures way of cooling the atmosphere....to name just a few...
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But wrong on this level!

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Quoting cyclonebuster:
Borometer Bob said my tunnels don't work on his radio show after he viewed the video. What do you guys/gals think?

He's right on sooo many levels.
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Borometer Bob said my tunnels don't work on his radio show after he viewed the video. What do you guys/gals think?
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I made a post showing the tunnels in operation and the next thing you know the post was removed. Why is this?
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When I first looked I thought you said honey! LOL!
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yo! was'sup homey?

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New NASA Satellite Survey Reveals Dramatic Arctic Sea Ice Thinning
ScienceDaily (July 8, 2009) %u2014 Arctic sea ice thinned dramatically between the winters of 2004 and 2008, with thin seasonal ice replacing thick older ice as the dominant type for the first time on record. The new results, based on data from a NASA Earth-orbiting spacecraft, provide further evidence for the rapid, ongoing transformation of the Arctic's ice cover.Scientists from NASA and the University of Washington in Seattle conducted the most comprehensive survey to date using observations from NASA's Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite, known as ICESat, to make the first basin-wide estimate of the thickness and volume of the Arctic Ocean's ice cover. Ron Kwok of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., led the research team, which published its findings July 7 in the Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans.
Scientists from NASA and the University of Washington in Seattle conducted the most comprehensive survey to date using observations from NASA's Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite, known as ICESat, to make the first basin-wide estimate of the thickness and volume of the Arctic Ocean's ice cover. Ron Kwok of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., led the research team, which published its findings July 7 in the Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans.

The Arctic ice cap grows each winter as the sun sets for several months and intense cold ensues. In the summer, wind and ocean currents cause some of the ice naturally to flow out of the Arctic, while much of it melts in place. But not all of the Arctic ice melts each summer; the thicker, older ice is more likely to survive. Seasonal sea ice usually reaches about 2 meters (6 feet) in thickness, while multi-year ice averages 3 meters (9 feet).





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OOPs!

It will be recorded. I want the venturi to be 4x less area than the area of the 6 inch pipe.
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It will be recorded. I want the venturi to be 4x less area than the ID of the 6 inch pipe.
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Be awhile before I test it again.
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Going to record that working as well?
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I am doing great. I am off tomorrow and I am going to build a bigger model of it with 6 in pipe and place a 3 inch venturi in it.
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I'm feeling odd

How about you man?
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How you all doing tonight?
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Alright cool
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Not at all Charles.
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Quoting cyclonebuster:


You think he was being sarcastic Charles?
Do you think I was?

LOL if you think we both were you can remove the posts if you'd like.

I'd like to just say I'm not being hostile here.
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Quoting charlesimages:
I may as well be. I like to try a bunch of methods until something works then claim to be a genius .. except I need the govt. funding so cough up some tax money and then we will talk =)

I do my research.


You think he was being sarcastic Charles?
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Quoting jimmiek:


Are you a scientist? Do you know that this is the case?

Let's call it. Straight up.
I may as well be. I like to try a bunch of methods until something works then claim to be a genius .. except I need the govt. funding so cough up some tax money and then we will talk =)

I do my research.
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Jeff,
You see my tunnel video?
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Quoting jimmiek:


Are you a scientist? Do you know that this is the case?

Let's call it. Straight up.


What you think of them jimmiek?
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Quoting charlesimages:
They are scientists man.. they like to waste money.. ever watched the Science Channel? They don't want something that works


Are you a scientist? Do you know that this is the case?

Let's call it. Straight up.
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Quoting StSimonsIslandGAGuy:
He is on another blog site.




You know where it is or can you link me there to Michaelstl?
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Michael Goss, a.k.a. MallowTheCloud

This guy kicked me off this blog because he didn't think the tunnels worked. I have visual proof the tunnels do work. I wanted to let him know he was wrong! Can anyone relay the message for me from here?

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What ever happened to Michaelstl? I wanted to show him my tunnel video..
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How ya doing Patrap! What you like about it man!
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WUnderful thread,enjoyable to read,.Fascinating as well.

Tunnels ON !
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Yeah I spotted Ana days ago when she was well East of her soon to be present location. Anyways, what do you guys think of my tunnel video??
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Quoting StSimonsIslandGAGuy:
There is now no Ana out there.


Correct but that may change real soon.
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Quoting cyclonebuster:
Is it? You mean they don't know how to spell?


lol you can spell it either way
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Quoting jphurricane2006:
hey CB

Its Ana with one "n" not two


JP you see my tunnel video?
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