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Default Alaska in October: rain, mud, flooding and ice flows

"Fast Pat" wrote in
ups.com:

Anchorage Daily News: October 10, 2006
"More than 100 miles of two Southcentral Alaska highways are currently
closed because of flooding and mudslides wrought by heavy rains."
...
"The National Weather Service reported that 9 inches of rain had fallen
in Seward between noon Sunday and 5 p.m. Monday. Tom Dang of the
National Weather Service said the low pressure system that caused the
storm moved in on the jet stream from the Aleutian Islands, pulling in
tropical moisture that had welled there. ... "Within a half hour there
were chunks of ice -- I can only assume from Exit Glacier -- flowing
down Exit Glacier Road," ...
...
http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/kenai...-8186570c.html

http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/kenai...-8185319c.html

More weird weather... i.e. rapid climate change


No. It. Is. Not. Weird. Weather.

It is the normal consequences of causal conditions which preceeded the
event and the normal laws of physics. In late September through early
October a rapid succession of tropical cyclones formed in the trpoical
waters east of the Philippines: Category 4 Typhoon Xansane, Tropical
Storms Bebinca, Rumbia, and Soulik.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timelin...typhoon_season

Of the four cyclones, Bebinca contributed the majority of the unspent
force to Alaska.

Bebinca was a unique event which I highlighted with several webpages:

http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Bebinca/Bebinca_01.html
http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Bebinca/ioke...a_compare.html

It falls into a pattern of similar weather patterns documented previously:

http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Arctic_Ice_Melt.html
http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Mystery_Solv...ry_Solved.html
http://ecosyn.us/1/temp_sep_06/IOKE_IR_Funktops.html
http://ecosyn.us/1/temp_sep_06/IR_WEUS.html

The summary version of the process is described thus:

Excessive Global Warming heat is being accumulated on the far western
equatorial Pacific. A rapid-fire succession of tropical cyclones is being
spawned as a consequence. The storms airlift vast quantities of tropical
moisture at equatorial temperatures which are engaged for a time in the
cyclones. Not all of the moisture and heat energy is spent when the
cyclone can no longer function as a named navigational menace. While the
storms drop off the face of the radars due to their migration into
unpopulated areas, they still continue to possess wind-kinetic and rain-heat
energy.

IOKE was a category 5 hurricane which "dissipated" north of the Japanese
Islands, yet transported force to the Bering Sea in Alaska to cause
notable erosion damages.

http://snipurl.com/ysiw
GOOGLE Results 1 - 20 of 20 for IOKE Bering erosion.

IOKE was only one of a string of similar tropical blasts crossing Alaska,
and the entry of the heat masses across Alaska was documented in the links
about the ice melt mystery in the Bearfort Sea north of Alaska.

http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Arctic_Ice_Melt.html
http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Mystery_Solv...ry_Solved.html

Category 5 Typhoon Yagi made a similar trek last month and passed on a
straight-line great circle route NE from Japan through British Columbia
and SE down into Kentucky and Tennessee where it spawned 17 tornadoes one
day and 37 more the following day.

In short, the satellite records conclusively prove that the long-distance
"teleconnections" between equatorial region cyclone event and thousands of
miles away "wierd weather" events are fully explained by basic physicals
principles.

(1) A body in motion continues in motion.

(2) Heat is transformed into kinetic energy of motion.

(3) The warmer body contributes its heat energy to the cooler body.

There is nothing unexpected going on. The law of conservation of energy
explains that no heat was created in the Aleutian Islands that gravitated
into Alaska. That heat had a cause, and the cause had a prior cause and
the prior cause had prior causation.

Due to an equipment failure I lost the data for October 6th, 2006 for the
NOAA satellite views of the NW Pacific. So far as I know there are no NOAA
archives saving this ephemeral data in archives, and my copies stored on
my local hard drive might conceivabl;y be the only copies on Earth
remaining. I do have 2-hourly rainbow views of NWPAC for the days before
and after October 6th, and hourly data for the whole series including
10-06-2006 for the NE Pacific views.

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/TROP/trop-epac.html
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/mtsat/nwpac/rb-l.jpg
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/nepac/rb-l.jpg

I lost part of 10-04-2006 views from W. US...
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/weus/rb-l.jpg
.... but have every-half-hour continuous before and after that.

Apparantly all of the data for the N. Atlantic views are intact to observe
anything crossing into Eastern Canada from Western Canada.
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/natl/rb-l.jpg

There is a half day gap for EAUS of October 3rd, and all of October 7th is
missing. http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/eaus/rb-l.jpg


Despite the gaps, weather doesn't cross entire oceans or entire continents
in a day, and all of the satellites overlap the neighbors to some extent,
so it can be conclusively stated that Bebinca caused the Alaska Pipeline
shutdown, the windstorms and dust and then the rain that made conductive
mud on the electricity transmission line insulators which caused the
outages.

The lack of snowcover that caused the dust to blow in the first place has
been traced back to IOKE and friends.

With my satellite archives I can trace more than half the tornadoes that
occurred in the Continental USA this year, 2006, to the specific tropical
sea that donated that causal heat energy in the first place. I can trace
the flooding in Houston this summer to the waters of the coast of
Acapulco, Mexico and can show their movements every half-hour from
evaporation to precipitation.


The weather actually is totally obedient to the laws of physics. There is
no "weird weather", only weird paradigms about how weather comes to be.


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Exxon Stockholders Liable for Global Warming Damages wrote:
"Fast Pat" wrote in
ups.com:

Anchorage Daily News: October 10, 2006
"More than 100 miles of two Southcentral Alaska highways are currently
closed because of flooding and mudslides wrought by heavy rains."
...
"The National Weather Service reported that 9 inches of rain had fallen
in Seward between noon Sunday and 5 p.m. Monday. Tom Dang of the
National Weather Service said the low pressure system that caused the
storm moved in on the jet stream from the Aleutian Islands, pulling in
tropical moisture that had welled there. ... "Within a half hour there
were chunks of ice -- I can only assume from Exit Glacier -- flowing
down Exit Glacier Road," ...
...
http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/kenai...-8186570c.html

http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/kenai...-8185319c.html

More weird weather... i.e. rapid climate change


No. It. Is. Not. Weird. Weather.

It is the normal consequences of causal conditions which preceeded the
event and the normal laws of physics. In late September through early
October a rapid succession of tropical cyclones formed in the trpoical
waters east of the Philippines: Category 4 Typhoon Xansane, Tropical
Storms Bebinca, Rumbia, and Soulik.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timelin...typhoon_season

Of the four cyclones, Bebinca contributed the majority of the unspent
force to Alaska.

Bebinca was a unique event which I highlighted with several webpages:

http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Bebinca/Bebinca_01.html
http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Bebinca/ioke...a_compare.html

It falls into a pattern of similar weather patterns documented previously:

http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Arctic_Ice_Melt.html
http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Mystery_Solv...ry_Solved.html
http://ecosyn.us/1/temp_sep_06/IOKE_IR_Funktops.html
http://ecosyn.us/1/temp_sep_06/IR_WEUS.html

The summary version of the process is described thus:

Excessive Global Warming heat is being accumulated on the far western
equatorial Pacific. A rapid-fire succession of tropical cyclones is being
spawned as a consequence. The storms airlift vast quantities of tropical
moisture at equatorial temperatures which are engaged for a time in the
cyclones. Not all of the moisture and heat energy is spent when the
cyclone can no longer function as a named navigational menace. While the
storms drop off the face of the radars due to their migration into
unpopulated areas, they still continue to possess wind-kinetic and rain-heat
energy.

IOKE was a category 5 hurricane which "dissipated" north of the Japanese
Islands, yet transported force to the Bering Sea in Alaska to cause
notable erosion damages.

http://snipurl.com/ysiw
GOOGLE Results 1 - 20 of 20 for IOKE Bering erosion.

IOKE was only one of a string of similar tropical blasts crossing Alaska,
and the entry of the heat masses across Alaska was documented in the links
about the ice melt mystery in the Bearfort Sea north of Alaska.

http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Arctic_Ice_Melt.html
http://ecosyn.us/Temp_4/Mystery_Solv...ry_Solved.html

Category 5 Typhoon Yagi made a similar trek last month and passed on a
straight-line great circle route NE from Japan through British Columbia
and SE down into Kentucky and Tennessee where it spawned 17 tornadoes one
day and 37 more the following day.

In short, the satellite records conclusively prove that the long-distance
"teleconnections" between equatorial region cyclone event and thousands of
miles away "wierd weather" events are fully explained by basic physicals
principles.

(1) A body in motion continues in motion.

(2) Heat is transformed into kinetic energy of motion.

(3) The warmer body contributes its heat energy to the cooler body.

There is nothing unexpected going on. The law of conservation of energy
explains that no heat was created in the Aleutian Islands that gravitated
into Alaska. That heat had a cause, and the cause had a prior cause and
the prior cause had prior causation.

Due to an equipment failure I lost the data for October 6th, 2006 for the
NOAA satellite views of the NW Pacific. So far as I know there are no NOAA
archives saving this ephemeral data in archives, and my copies stored on
my local hard drive might conceivabl;y be the only copies on Earth
remaining. I do have 2-hourly rainbow views of NWPAC for the days before
and after October 6th, and hourly data for the whole series including
10-06-2006 for the NE Pacific views.

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/TROP/trop-epac.html
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/mtsat/nwpac/rb-l.jpg
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/nepac/rb-l.jpg

I lost part of 10-04-2006 views from W. US...
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/weus/rb-l.jpg
... but have every-half-hour continuous before and after that.

Apparantly all of the data for the N. Atlantic views are intact to observe
anything crossing into Eastern Canada from Western Canada.
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/natl/rb-l.jpg

There is a half day gap for EAUS of October 3rd, and all of October 7th is
missing. http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/eaus/rb-l.jpg


Despite the gaps, weather doesn't cross entire oceans or entire continents
in a day, and all of the satellites overlap the neighbors to some extent,
so it can be conclusively stated that Bebinca caused the Alaska Pipeline
shutdown, the windstorms and dust and then the rain that made conductive
mud on the electricity transmission line insulators which caused the
outages.

The lack of snowcover that caused the dust to blow in the first place has
been traced back to IOKE and friends.

With my satellite archives I can trace more than half the tornadoes that
occurred in the Continental USA this year, 2006, to the specific tropical
sea that donated that causal heat energy in the first place. I can trace
the flooding in Houston this summer to the waters of the coast of
Acapulco, Mexico and can show their movements every half-hour from
evaporation to precipitation.


The weather actually is totally obedient to the laws of physics. There is
no "weird weather", only weird paradigms about how weather comes to be.



....
"I have written on the impacts of climate change upon day-to-day
weather patterns in these pages during the past year ... and will have
more comment on this one when I have the time (was going to allude to
this aspect in my entry last night but couldn't have quickly done it
justice). For now, suffice it to say that I think the occurrence of
this event in Alaska was not an "accident."

More broadly in regard to global warming's impact in Alaska, TWC did a
feature on this a couple of years ago. The videos and a text piece can
still be found online here
http://www.weather.com/aboutus/telev...th/alaska.html .
....
Posted by Stu Ostro | October 11, 2006
FROM HAWAII TO ALASKA
October 10, 2006
The Weather Channel Blog
http://www.weather.com/blog/weather/.../blog/weather/

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Rather old news. Pics of permafrost melting in Alaska were
in my geology texts 4 years ago.
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Jo Schaper wrote:
Rather old news. Pics of permafrost melting in Alaska were
in my geology texts 4 years ago.


The new news is the speed of the thawing glaciers and permafrost.



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