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Everything posted by Dartmoor_Matt

  1. Strange its not made the local news yet, we have a crack on the chimney, about 2 foot long but aside from that I can't see any damage.
  2. Nope, although I will, it was quite a shake... well for a place that doens't get that many lol.
  3. So thats what that boom and house shake was about then, I thought it was a bomb!
  4. Excellent match and a deserved win for Engerland!

    1. Isolated Frost

      Isolated Frost

      :D Brilliant - Loved it all the way. And well done England - some silverware hopefully!
    2. Jayfromcardiff


      Yet again we were crap. well played England.

  5. Oo where did all that snow come from?!

    1. butler_son
    2. Mesoscale
    3. Thundery wintry showers

      Thundery wintry showers

      Must be a shock for the residents of Exeter- virtually no snow for 7 winters in a row, then big falls in each of the following 3!

  6. miserable low cloud and chilly wind... some Indian summer down here!

  7. Cloud! Again! Woop! Oh wait, no...

  8. Should of been a penalty AND a red card!

  9. A view down the lane to a collection of houses in my village.
  10. Dartmoor_Matt

    Dartmoor Lane

    The lane up the hill from here on the 6th of Jan.
  11. Yup, they certainly store alot more heat than the land, which radiates quite quickly (depending on the surface) but being a really poor conductor it takes along time for the oceans to a. gain heat and b. lose it.
  12. I'm inclined to think there is some sort of lag, which would tie in with the 'slowdown' beginning 12 or so years ago, and global temps levelling off in the last 9-10. But agreed, we should if it is playing ball, see a drop sooner rather than later (2-5 years?)
  13. Probably only sleeping But it is interesting to note that the next maximum is predicted to be a 'low maximum' and after 50 years of 'Grand maximums' I really do think it's only a matter of time before we see effects down here) With irradiance down by 6% already at the UV wavelengths it could well get interesting.
  14. The NASA statement in April said that even then they were the lowest in 50 years (which was when they started recording them) What is perhaps more interesting is the brightness of the sun has dropped 0.02% at the visible wavelength and 6%! at the UV wavelength in the last 12 years. And what's happened to global temps in roughly that timespan?
  15. Is there a website where we can see the earths distance from the sun, the axis and the 'wobble' at the current time? I only ask, because if those 3 and the solar minimum continue into next year and we have a cool NH summer things could begin to get v. interesting.
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