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Old November 25th 20, 05:32 PM posted to uk.sci.weather
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On Thursday, 29 October 2020 18:03:55 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
Just a reminder I don't post here these days:
Try https://gab.com/explore https://gab.com/weatherlawyer


Due to a bug I am being booted off Gab with the cordial invitation to **** off and play with myself on another browser. So we are back to that game. This is what I was in the middle of writing:

I felt a great disturbance in the force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out with realisation and billions more were about to finally wake up with delight because Jupiter and Saturn are at last aligned for all to see but not on Gab apparently.


30 Fr 18:46 Moon Apogee: 406400 km
31 Sa 14:49 Full Moon
31 Sa 16:05 Uranus Opposition
Nov 01 Su Venus: 34.2° W
https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SKYCAL/SKYCAL.html

So sci.geo.earthquakes is getting it first, as usual. Don’t blame me.
http://mkwc.ifa.hawaii.edu/requests/...41879.9715.gif

A meteor on the coast of Antarctica is about to move from the Ross Sea to the Weddell: http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/char...Refresh+ View

Pip Pip what larks eh? what larks.

The day Heyupforkinenell erupted, I had been involved in an election, I knew nothing about it at the time. 5 or 6 years later I am still mostly ignorant about it.

“Lambda Fronts” are the heat exchangers of atmospheres on all planets. They are particularly evident during tornadoes and volcanic eruptions occurring when mixing takes place between tropical and polar airmasses. Obviously any meteorologist can recognise them instantly.

Seeing that there is a volcanic series operating right now lets see what they look like. They look like hair clips and are made up of warm and cold air, do you need me to point them out to you?

There is one either side of this chart. This is a highly technical paper on heat exchangers from Cern: https://accelconf.web.cern.ch/IPAC10...s/thpea072.pdf
Nothing like what I am talking about but how simple do you like your science?
Imagine what Admiral FitzRoy would have given to learn only this much about Occlusions.

Enemies of the state, part two of a Bill Whittle video presentation:
When on 14 October 2020 the New York Post wrote how Hunter Biden left his laptop computers with a computer repair shop and all hell was released about corruption in the administration of the United States Presidency.

What happened to prevent the news interfering with the coming Presidential election, causing Democrat voters to hold back from voting for Biden is that Twitter put a blanket ban on the news. No other web sites took on the news of this corruption and the average socialist lost contact with their average contact, causing them to drop any traces of that news escaping onto the WWW.

It was as simple as that

Bill Whittle's channel insists that Twitter policies were meant for the betterment of mankind as the owner of Twitter explained to Senator Ted Cruise one week before the election:
https://youtu.be/k0lyTxL1bto?t=147

It was obviously not his fault that CNN and NBC refused to carry the story 10 days after the election, the Washigdone Examiner announced that Biden Voters had not heard anything about the laptop scandal and 36% of them would not have voted for Biden if they had been paying attention. This would have altered the political landscape as shown from 306 : 232 with 4.6 of the electorate merely refraining from Biden.
Dumbed to the scale of dawlish to make it more appealing on Gab.

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