Re: EvalOcean of a Blocking High Tubes created from lave exist all over Hawaii.

From: Weatherlawyer (weathe...)

On Sunday, 26 December 2021 at 15:01:31 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
> On Sunday, 26 December 2021 at 13:47:03 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
> > I once asked a respected scientist on for his data on the placement of Low Pressure systems. I had the idea he was discussing the formation of Blocking Highs. Which just goes to show how little I knew at the time. I never got any data from him, maybe he didn't trust me or more likely he was prevented for reasons...
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> > I since learned that the Carburettor Effect of the gap between two continents: Asia and North America serves to fuel the Blocking Highs with what is called the Semi-Permanent Aleutian Low.
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> > For reasons (again best known to science ; # ) Little is understood about how these things develop. The more discerning of us can watch for ourselves (if we wish)
> > Top Left, 40 degrees East over Southern Africa an High 1015 millibars (centre 1027mb.) attracts a small Low 998 mb by Tuesday.
> >
> > This complex causes the Larger Low 854 millibars, on the coast of Antarctica at 20 degrees East to expand meeting the High, mixing and causing an overall drop in temperature at that latitude in the Indian Ocean.
> > This Low Complex is now the size of Antarctica which, in winter, can only grow more powerful.
> >
> > Fed by more rainfall in Africa and from the cyclone in the Gulf of Carpenteria, Australia the isobars begin to encircle Antarctica unimpeded by storms and a definite gap between pressure systems caused by the mixing of different air masses can be identified at a pressure of 992 millibars.
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> > There is no such thing as Stable Weather, it is all simple suction processes of imbalance, leading to a development of very high pressure, very dry air over the centre of the continent 1080 millibars by Saturday. I suspect this sort of engineering is responsible for the development of earthquakes as such explosive Highs deflate.
> >
> > We will have to wait and see
> I think I have identified the source of earthquakes of the Southern Ocean.. Let's see if I can identify which ones are which. At the moment the Indian Ocean, the most difficult ones, are favourite
> Late Wednesday (29th) or early Thursday (39th) most likely If I am right
> followed by the Australians.
> This las one is when the cyclone leaves Australia for the southern Ocean perhaps:
> Sunday or Monday next year

Scientists have uncovered a secret passage beneath Panama through which “wind” from the Earth’s mantle layer is “blowing.” The discovery could explain why the nation has few active volcanoes despite being in a geological hotspot.

The opening, located about 100km (62 miles) below central Panama, might serve as a conduit for mantle rocks and materials to travel more than 1,600km (1,000 miles) from their point of origin underneath the Galapagos Islands, according to research published last month in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal.

The window-like passage is located on the Cocos tectonic plate, which is responsible for creating a line of volcanoes called the Central American Volcanic Arc by pushing oceanic crust underneath the North American, Caribbean, and Panama tectonic plates.

This process, called subduction, is responsible for lava flowing to the surface and powerful earthquakes.

However, the volcanism stops in western Panama, said the study’s lead author, David Bekaert, from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Massachusetts. The researchers were studying subduction dynamics by collecting rock and fluid samples in the region when they found “exotic [geochemical] signatures” resembling those found in the Galapagos.

It sound logical, tubes created from lave exist all over Hawaii.

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EvalOcean of a Blocking High... by Weatherlawyer on Dec 26th 2021, 13:47
Re: EvalOcean of a Blocking High... by Weatherlawyer on Dec 26th 2021, 15:01