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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Quoting jphurricane2006:
hey CB

Its Ana with one "n" not two


JP you see my tunnel video?
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Is it? You mean they don't know how to spell?
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hey CB

Its Ana with one "n" not two
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glitter-graphics.com
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I get it Charles like your new car breaking down all the time. LOL!
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They are scientists man.. they like to waste money.. ever watched the Science Channel? They don't want something that works
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I proved the tunnels worked the scientists need to tell me why they are not buying it?
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Demanding answers!
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Posted my tunnels.
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What'd you do dude?
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Ricky you banned me for what?
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what?! You mean you actually have your own blog?????!!!!!

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Open warmer waters too.
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Looks like a little something pushing off the african coast. Still not really any disturbance but could be when it reaches the open waters.
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Also at 12N 35W could also become ANNA.

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ANNA 10N 52W. No chance of destruction because of tunnels would be turned on again.
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Thanks Charles.
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Quoting cyclonebuster:
Well Charles get out there and help spread the word for me. I can only do so much!
I've told quite a few people, I'm not media advertiser, but I do spread the word
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Well Charles get out there and help spread the word for me. I can only do so much!
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LOL left in the cooling phase would change a whole lot more than tropical weather! XD

Thanks for posting the vid. I wish more people were on board with the idea
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Quoting charlesimages:
So you're killing 2 birds with one stone here, they'd pay for themselves in the long run.


Actually, they would kill all the birds if left in cooling phase but that is not what we will do with them.LOL!But yes you are correct!
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Quoting cyclonebuster:
You would still get the moisture from the storms but you would'nt get the damage at the coast lines. After the storm has passed you remove the tunnels from cooling phase and you shunt the water through the tunnels at the surface. Remember they generate hydroelectrical electrical power in either phase of operation.
So you're killing 2 birds with one stone here, they'd pay for themselves in the long run.
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Charles,

You would still get the moisture from the storms but you wouldn't get the damage at the coast lines. After the storm has passed you remove the tunnels from cooling phase and you shunt the water through the tunnels at the surface. Remember they generate hydroelectrical power in either phase of operation.
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MLC we introduced die to the model at depth and the die flowed up and out the exit at the surface.
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Impressive, CB. Not sure what I'm seeing, but it looks impressive just the same! :)
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Quoting cyclonebuster:


Correct, I don't want to stop them all together but I do want to weaken the ones that are going to hit us to protect life and property. The fish storms we leave alone for the most part. You are correct about one storm following in the path of another. Seems like the upwelled waters from the previous storm weakens the following storm. Just a few degrees can make a big impact.
You want to prevent, Ivans, Katrinas, Ritas, Wilmas, and the like.

Fish storms wouldn't be a worry only to ships and planes really.

A few degrees does make a difference we have all witnessed that. Even if it's only 5 or 6.

Thing I wonder about though is the fact that would it would be harder to get the warm annual gulf moisture northward that many farmers up here in the northern latitudes depend on?.. How would you expect the cooler SSTs to affect moisture and warm air transport northward? Do you still think enough warmth would make it up here? Or would we have shorter growing seasons and a more zonal flow?
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Oh I see. Well that's not so bad then. Also helps prove your idea
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Quoting charlesimages:
Now that's what I like to see CB! Man good video! Thanks for noting about it in Aub's blog.

(hoping that was non toxic dye)

If those were on a large scale.. I think it would help prevent significant Hurricanes. If the cooling of SST's from previous storms helps to prevent big Hurricanes, then I don't see why this wouldn't work

You know what people say though, too much of a good thing..can lead to worse things.

You don't want to eliminate tropical development altogether, you just want it to be less destructive. I still like the idea personally.


Correct, I don't want to stop them all together but I do want to weaken the ones that are going to hit us to protect life and property. The fish storms we leave alone for the most part. You are correct about one storm following in the path of another. Seems like the upwelled waters from the previous storm weakens the following storm. Just a few degrees can make a big impact.
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It was food coloring which is more dense than water it sinks.
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Now that's what I like to see CB! Man good video! Thanks for noting about it in Aub's blog.

(hoping that was non toxic dye)

If those were on a large scale.. I think it would help prevent significant Hurricanes. If the cooling of SST's from previous storms helps to prevent big Hurricanes, then I don't see why this wouldn't work

You know what people say though, too much of a good thing..can lead to worse things.

You don't want to eliminate tropical development altogether, you just want it to be less destructive. I still like the idea personally.
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Anna is now at 20.0N and 85.8W. Accurate within 2 nanometers!
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ANNA 19.8N 84.8W



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Can't you see what the tunnels do for us? Turn the tunnels on.
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Turn the tunnels on!
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Lots of moisture gathering in.
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CHGHUR

TROPICAL CYCLONE GUIDANCE MESSAGE


DISCLAIMER...NUMERICAL MODELS ARE SUBJECT TO LARGE ERRORS.

PLEASE REFER TO NHC OFFICIAL FORECASTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE

AND SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE INFORMATION.



ATLANTIC OBJECTIVE AIDS FOR



DISTURBANCE INVEST (AL932009) 20090626 1200 UTC



...00 HRS... ...12 HRS... ...24 HRS. .. ...36 HRS...

090626 1200 090627 0000 090627 1200 090628 0000



LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON

BAMS 16.7N 83.7W 18.2N 85.7W 19.7N 87.5W 21.0N 88.7W

BAMD 16.7N 83.7W 18.8N 85.2W 20.9N 86.6W 22.6N 87.9W

BAMM 16.7N 83.7W 18.6N 85.6W 20.3N 87.2W 21.9N 88.5W

LBAR 16.7N 83.7W 18.4N 84.8W 20.3N 85.8W 22.1N 86.5W

SHIP 20KTS 22KTS 25KTS 30KTS

DSHP 20KTS 22KTS 25KTS 28KTS



...48 HRS... ...72 HRS... ...96 HRS. .. ..120 HRS...

090628 1200 090629 1200 090630 1200 090701 1200



LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON

BAMS 22.2N 89.8W 23.9N 90.5W 24.8N 90.6W 25.4N 92.2W

BAMD 23.5N 89.2W 24.3N 90.7W 24.1N 91.0W 24.0N 91.5W

BAMM 23.0N 89.6W 24.0N 90.9W 24.0N 91.2W 23.9N 92.3W

LBAR 23.5N 86.6W 25.1N 84.8W 26.5N 81.2W 29.5N 75.1W

SHIP 35KTS 45KTS 52KTS 59KTS

DSHP 33KTS 44KTS 51KTS 58KTS



...INITIAL CONDITIONS...

LATCUR = 16.7N LONCUR = 83.7W DIRCUR = 325DEG SPDCUR = 8KT

LATM12 = 15.5N LONM12 = 82.7W DIRM12 = 328DEG SPDM12 = 8KT

LATM24 = 14.1N LONM24 = 81.9W

WNDCUR = 20KT RMAXWD = 75NM WNDM12 = 20KT

CENPRS = 1008MB OUTPRS = 1010MB OUTRAD = 150NM SDEPTH = M

RD34NE = 0NM RD34SE = 0NM RD34SW = 0NM RD34NW = 0NM
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I would much rather turn it into a subtropical storm than let it become a hurricane.
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AOI/INV/93L
MARK
16.1N/82.3W





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i rather it not pass at all but if it does i will be there till point of impact
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Who knows what is going to do but the potential is there. We need to remove that potential.
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Right now if they were in cooling phase this storm wouldn't have a chance.
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You got it keeper ssts are primed. But the tunnels remove that threat and we need to keep them primed also.Locked and loaded for hurricane season.What would you rather the storm pass over 88 degree water or 78 degree water?
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if it fines a sweet spot it may take right off TCHP SST's are primed if she fire up like yesterday and can grab hold may become more than whats expected
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Turn the damn tunnels on!
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Hey Keeper it doesn't bode well for the Gulf coast with near 88 degree water it has to transverse over.
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