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  1. oldbrew says:

    Link back to Suggestions 44

    [for viewing only please]

    = = =

  2. oldbrew says:

    SEPTEMBER 28, 2021
    Coolant leak ‘likely’ sparked giant Tesla battery fire in Australia

    “The most likely root cause of the incident was a leak within the Megapack cooling system that caused a short circuit that led to a fire in an electronic component,” said a technical probe by the safety regulator Energy Safe Victoria.
    – – –
    They left it to burn out after three days. Two packs were destroyed or badly damaged.

  3. oldbrew says:

    ‘Pandora Papers’ reveal hidden wealth of world leaders, celebrities, billionaires

    Issued on: 03/10/2021

    The “Pandora Papers” are the latest in a series of mass ICIJ leaks of financial documents that started with LuxLeaks in 2014, and was followed by the Panama Papers, the Paradise Papers and FinCen.

    NEW: #PandoraPapers reveals the inner workings of a shadow economy that benefits the wealthy and well-connected at the expense of everyone else.

    Brought to you by ICIJ and 600+ journalists, the largest collaboration in journalism history. 🧵 [= youtube video link]

    — ICIJ (@ICIJorg) October 3, 2021
    – – –
    ‘Trillions of dollars’ involved.
    = = =
    Pandora Papers: A simple guide to the Pandora Papers leak
    By Pandora Papers reporting team
    BBC Panorama

    Published 23 hours ago
    The Pandora Papers is a leak of almost 12 million documents that reveals hidden wealth, tax avoidance and, in some cases, money laundering by some of the world’s rich and powerful.

    More than 600 journalists in 117 countries have been trawling through the files from 14 sources for months, finding stories that are being published this week.

  4. Paul Vaughan says:

    $No. B orders$

    $sum bull lies SST i.e. moon-docs 220:
    There snow borders

    West turn II CO[UN]nterbalance Macron nom IC DO fence of freed ’em.

    515 = C-ΣΔ(220)


  5. Paul Vaughan says:

    “number Won” alpha-nose Tie moon-docs 142 = ΣΔ(220)

    504 = 220+s(220) is “sea year us” weather EU too B or[well]other “green” why$11and

  6. Paul Vaughan says:

    mods: Richard Lindzen is caught in the filter

  7. oldbrew says:


    It’s Time For Some Truth-Telling At November’s Climate Summit

    ‘The coming northern winter will confirm the first energy truth – wind, solar, batteries, and electric vehicles will not keep people warm and well-fed.

    The soaring demand for hydrocarbon fuels, the coming electricity blackouts and rationing, and bare grocery shelves will reveal what the media won’t. In the interests of accuracy, COP26 should be rebranded “Cut Our Power 26”.’

  8. oldbrew says:

    A ‘HALO CME’ IS COMING: This could be the first head-on CME strike of young Solar Cycle 25. On Saturday, Oct. 9th, an M1.6-class solar flare in the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR2882 hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) toward Earth. SOHO coronagraphs recorded the storm cloud coming almost straight toward us:

    A direct hit by this cloud on Oct. 11th could cause a geomagnetic storm. Context: This is not the Carrington Event.

    CME IMPACT SPARKS GEOMAGNETIC STORM: As predicted, a CME hit Earth’s magnetic field on Oct. 12th. The impact at approximately 02:30 UT sparked a G2-class geomagnetic storm. Auroras spread across northern Europe, Iceland, Canada, and multiple northern-tier US states.

  9. Paul Vaughan says:

    Measuring “6000 year” cycle length deviations (Rial’s figure 11) is feasible with a combo of methods.

  10. Paul Vaughan says:

    ‘The [???]MET i.e. MET EU’

    “IT$ snot-enough II say that T i.e…”
    CO[UN]T-win primes the vert UN no. CO[$]104
    200 = 378-178 “II answer all the questions that been houndUN…”
    elite rants miss[$]UN[?]airSSTandinequality of ends, yet compose tie moon-docs 142 = ΣΔ(220)
    “a la la la”

    UN IT Y/N earfolk US

    May peace be with you.

  11. Paul Vaughan says:

    Blue Line Offside

    NGRIP 2nd order
    central difference
    2.4 Ma Gaussian

  12. Paul Vaughan says:

    Then integrate.

  13. Paul Vaughan says:

    SAM Nos. AMO$snot FramUN NAM Integral

    more “rock clueless”
    11UN-US “solar”

    193.173519673385 = slip(96.1912425566793,64.0400815423744) — tropical
    209.020586404974 = slip(96.5867598366927,66.0606540657476) — anomalistic

    11owesstUN!T!ouch!able weird number = 4*209 = 836

    hawk key tale lore inform ace-yuan “offside blue” CO[II]air f(lukes$) able IT$ski-line

    VErtUNno.CO[$]UN!T!ouch “macro nom[m]makes”

    May a11 USA Bot-C11aim?ET BCageAB knew C11airsub$tattoo:$UNin’green11UNdonmarkIT$

  14. Paul Vaughan says:

    typo: “2.4 Ma Gaussian”
    Ma should be ka

  15. Paul Vaughan says:

    equivalent: forward difference, 2.4 ka Gaussian
    i.e. equivalent to integrated second order central difference
    edge-effect: ignore first few ka (before first blue-line kink) on illustration above

    hindsight: curious (& suspicious) that this stuff wasn’t more high-profile at other sites a decade ago

    just a few key tips from “experts” (weather ignorance or deception, dark either way) could have prevented 6-7 years of unnecessary hurdles – maybe a decade

  16. oldbrew says:

    OCTOBER 14, 2021
    The Southern Ocean’s role in driving global carbon cycle stronger than expected
    by Stellenbosch University South Africa

    The Southern Ocean’s role in driving the global carbon cycle may be stronger than expected as the biological carbon pump is not “switched off” in winter as previously thought.
    . . .
    Phytoplankton are microscopic, single-celled plant-like organisms suspended mostly in the top 100 meters of the oceans. Using sunlight for energy and dissolved inorganic nutrients, phytoplankton convert carbon dioxide to organic carbon and form the base of the marine food web. It has been shown that phytoplankton are as important in modifying the planet’s cycle of carbon and carbon dioxide as all the world’s land plants combined.
    . . .
    “Akin to leaves falling off trees during autumn because of unfavorable growth conditions, the assumption was that phytoplankton would also not be active during the winter. One of our major findings is that phytoplankton are indeed active during winter in the Southern Ocean, although not to the levels we see in summer. How phytoplankton are able to adapt to winter conditions is not well understood, and our research on trace nutrients is the first step in figuring out these adaption strategies,”

    [bold added]

  17. Paul Vaughan says:

    c[enso]r!sh!op weather right, left, and otherwise.

    Ridiculously simple with hindsight, from back in the day.

    Ingredients missing then fit 1/4-page (no doubt what “expert” mechanisms DO!n’t copy/paste).

  18. oldbrew says:

    Solar arrays gobbling up New York state farmland.

    OCTOBER 14, 2021
    Electric sheep: Grazing in solar arrays supports economy, climate
    by Cornell University

  19. oldbrew says:

    Fossil fuels not going out of fashion yet…

    Coal futures have jumped almost 40pc this week as power shortages and high prices threaten to cripple Chinese factories.

  20. Paul Vaughan says:

    MET Trick

    DO ignore 4.5 plot 1eve1.

  21. Paul Vaughan says:

    QBO Metric 236….

    PlayDO tie moon-docs 236…. Nos.TA11Gaia I wood….

    PR hi 11yuan: UK what II reel CO[www] buoy nos.”11awe won

    Wishing peace and tranquility to fair equatorial judges weather left, right, and otherwise.

  22. Paul Vaughan says:

    ozone: diurnal & semidiurnal (thermal, not gravitational) tidal waves

    “[…] lunar gravity is not able to generate significant waves in the atmosphere. However, tidal waves are generated in the atmosphere due to cycles of heating by incoming solar radiation. For purposes of these tidal fluctuations, the most important heating is that which occurs due to the absorption of solar radiation by the ozone layer […] the most significant wave has a period of half a day […] These peaks and valleys are best observed in tropical latitudes, and are difficult to observe in the temperate latitudes and the higher latitudes. There are two reasons for this. First, because incoming solar radiation is greater per unit area in tropical latitudes, the forcing for tidal motions is stronger in these areas. Second, because stronger migratory pressure systems are more common in higher latitudes, they frequently mask pressure fluctuations due to atmospheric tides. In the tropics, though, significant pressure systems are not that common […]”

  23. Paul Vaughan says:

    “a signature of 27 day solar rotation in the concentration of metallic ions within the terrestrial ionosphere”

  24. Paul Vaughan says:

    ~400ka Lunisolar Cycle

    Some of these numbers were derived previously.
    Note how things (and others nearly) fit together.

    207.340632664648 = beat(179.333323110834,96.1613372617316)
    207.340632664648 = beat(96.1613372617316,65.693651051301)
    65.693651051301 = axial(207.340632664648,96.1613372617316) — 66, 96, & ~de Vries

    9.92931112055761 = beat(96.1613372617316,9)
    19.8586222411152 = 2 * 9.92931112055761
    19.8588772513307 = beat(29.4571389459274,11.8619822039699) — NASA “factsheet” fits

    10.0159390290433 = beat(96.1613372617316,9.07111318552874)
    20.0318780580867 = 2 * 10.0159390290433
    20.0305197473752 = beat(2317.51251648273,19.8588772513307) —- “2318” JSUN fit

    11.0727945412873 = beat(96.1613372617316,9.92943862566537) —- ~JSEV (related notes)
    9.00010475477822 = axial(96.1613372617316,9.92943862566537) — bundle (another day)

    358.666646221667 = beat(207.340632664648,131.387302102602)
    358.666646221667 = beat(131.387302102602,96.1613372617316)

    Next level note:

    491.430175125093 = beat(358.666646221667,207.340632664648)
    810756.989857374 = beat(491.430175125093,491.132481334807)

    405378.494928687 = beat(245.715087562547,245.566240667403) ~=
    405378.5 cycle of LNC & LAC slip in tropical frame

    vs. g_2 – g_5 :

    405113.811661464 = beat(304399.417131486,173804.240903943)
    405568.048748278 = beat(304405.279928371,173889.708842077)
    405691.196375825 = beat(304407.424910486,173913.043478261)

    405378.494928687 = beat(beat(179.333323110834,beat(179.333323110834,96.1613372617316)/2),491.132481334807/2)

    Familiar lunisolar cycles in collective focus.

  25. Paul Vaughan says:

    Time index 41K “suddenly ice sea” TuneSSTa11

    the power II B the power II give
    the power II C

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