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Postby Rokcet Scientist » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:51 pm

Of course, Charlie :wink: :

but first a non-simulation. A reference. The real thing:
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Now these are the simulations you mean?

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And, for some perspective, let's not forget the ice pack:

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Postby Charlie Hatchett » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:10 pm

Rokcet Scientist wrote:Of course, Charlie :wink: :

but first a non-simulation. A reference. The real thing:
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Now these are the simulations you mean?

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And, for some perspective, let's not forget the ice pack:

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Somebody should call these guys and say wait, steer south!! Anybody care to research how far south Arctic winds extend southward, on a regular basis?
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Postby Rokcet Scientist » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:46 pm

Charlie Hatchett wrote:
Somebody should call these guys and say wait, steer south!! Anybody care to research how far south Arctic winds extend southward, on a regular basis?



Well, thinking out loud, Buenos Aires is going through an extreme cold period right now! They have snow, something no Buenos Airian (is that right?) has ever seen in his lifetime – in fact the last time they had snow there was 1911 – and 20 degrees C below zero deep freezing weather, paralysing the city of 8 million.
Of course that is a freak winter. But it proves that it does happen. And it proves that Antarctic winds can have a very long reach.
Now, if Antarctic winds can reach that far north, I'm willing to assume arctic winds can do no less in a southern direction.
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Postby Charlie Hatchett » Wed Jul 11, 2007 5:12 pm

Of course that is a freak winter. But it proves that it does happen. And it proves that Antarctic winds can have a very long reach.
Now, if Antarctic winds can reach that far north, I'm willing to assume arctic winds can do no less in a southern direction.


Yeah, but I'm not talking freak, I'm talking average.
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