Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by cat2only, Sep 17, 2007.
And we're supposed to know what "HRD" stands for???????????
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Hurricane Research Division Noaa in Miami Fla!!
Any more ????s
That's a little better - it could have easily been Human Resources Department. And by the way, the name of that agency should be written in all caps - NOAA.
So, once again, is he supposedly skilled in structural engineering, mechanical design, cost-analysis, etc. or just someone with a few degrees in meteorology? Surely you're aware that being highly trained in one specific area doesn't mean anything at all in other areas. I'm still not impressed with him yet.
Good for you I am and they both helped me very much.
They are both HEROS in my book risking their lives like that.
Both? what "both?" And you STILL haven't answered my question about his qualifications. You're starting to become annoying by dodging the issue and your credibility is sinking even lower.
Read-only if you can't see their qualifications by clicking the links I provided for you then that is on you! Sorry I can't help you further.
I still don't see what "both" you are talking about. I went to his home page again and this time most of the links seem to be working - before, they were not. This time I got to read his biography and the guy has NONE of the qualifications I asked about, ALL of which are needed to make the computations you seem so proud of.
He is a meteorologist - a highly trained one at that - BUT that in no way makes any numbers he crunched in these other fields anywhere near credible.
PHD not credible give me a break!
And the other guy Marks Masters Of Science MIT not credible. Give me a break.
Correct! A PHD in meteorology and or geology in no way makes him credible in the areas I mentioned. To think otherwise is pure folly. For example, Steven Hawking has several degrees in physics - do you suppose that qualifies him in the area of medicine???????????? You would have to be HIGHLY naive to think so.
Well we are not talking about medicine are we? We are talking weather modification. Why do you think I went to those people about my idea?
Now YOU give me a break!! Can you not even begin see the point I made????????
There's a big difference between structural engineering and meteorology...just curious Cat, exactly how big are these tunnels?
Well Hugh Willoughby worked out about 20,000 tunnels to span the 40 mile width of the Gulfstream flowing to the North at about 6 MPH. I wanted less of them perhaps a thousand of them to span the 40 mile width of the Gulfstream.
How big is each tunnel?
Depends on how many you want to span the 40 mile width of the Gulfstream!
Ok...let's use your number of 1000.
If you want a thousand tunnels they would have to be 200 X 200 feet square at the openings and about 1200 feet long tapping into the cooler waters at depth. If you want 20,000 tunnels well they would have to be 20 times smaller.
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