Tag Archives: Cyclone

Too Much Water, More Coming, Corn Not So Much

Big storm coming to dump a load of rain on an already flooded interior of the USA. Continue reading

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Hexagon on Earth?

It looks like polar hexagons are a consequence of a polar projection of close packed cyclones at just the right aspect ratio such that curves on the surface become lines in projection. At least, that’s the Smith Theory Of Planetary Hexagons… Continue reading

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Gonzo Gonzalo and Cyclone Up, Vortex Down

Radiative Physics does not matter to surface temperatures, cyclones and vortex mass flow does. Continue reading

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After Landfall

The Status of Yasi today. Continue reading

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