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Saturday, 06 August 2022

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No change in the oceans for years 

Ontario-geofish [20:08:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (16 visits) info
 This is interesting in that there hasn't been a change in ocean current flows for years.  The first video is derived from ocean Argo floats.  It has rather poor resolution, but it there is a change, you see it here first.  The biggest change was the 2016 El Nino, where everything reversed.  The temperature anomaly is high resolution, but it takes quite a while to change after the

Tale of a Ukrainian to Canada 

Ontario-geofish [14:55:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (15 visits) info
 No man of working age is allowed to leave Ukraine.  They've all been drafted.  Hence, only the women with their children are allowed to leave.  They all want to go back, even while there is random bombing.One relative is a doctor and she went to England with the 2 children, who were going to school.  No school in Ukraine, the Russians bomb them.  England is a paradise for them because there

Ode to rotgut 

Ontario-geofish [13:33:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (16 visits) info
 Three weddings in a row coming up.Ode to RotgutBuy the whiskey in the largest plastic container.  Lasts a year.  Forties Creek is great rotgut.  Wise Deluxe is a tad better, but still rotgut.  Pour a [...]


ARCHEA [04:23:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (34 visits) info
We live in a diverse province edged by mountains, ocean, forests and streams. While our lens is often on the rugged beauty all around us, beneath our feet is yet another world.Layers of rock hold fossils, each [...]

Going after natural gas, they want lithium heat pumps instead 

Ontario-geofish [13:19:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (20 visits) info
 Let's not help Europe.  No

August Tree Following—good news & a mystery 

In the Company of Plants and Rocks [01:17:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (22 visits) info
Balsam poplars c. 0.5 mi west of the Happy Jack Trailhead, Laramie Mountains. Last month I didn't post a tree following report because when I got home from my travels and checked my tree, I realized ... [...] | Impressum