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a_plutonium@hotmail.com
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 6:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Cottonwood seed as model for sequin Re: Paper & Aluminium Sequin easily solves Global Warming using Pinatuba as model Reply with quote

a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
I found the perfect model for how much reflective material we need in
the upper atmosphere delivered by commercial and military aircraft, and
even the Space Station. It is Pinatuba volcano circa 1991 when it made
the coolest summer of 1992.

But what is the model for the reflective sequin. Here I look to nature
also. I see wafts of the silky hair seeds of Cottonwood trees from my
backyard as they cruise on the slighest of air currents. They are tufts
of silky filaments and the reason the tree is named cottonwood.
Cottonwood is in the Populus genus. So I wonder, is this the finest
reflective material with the lightest of weight? I did mention
dandelion seeds but they are more weight. So is the Cottonwood seed the
best model for what the Sequin is to be. And can we duplicate in some
industrial manufacturing process that makes something similar to this
cottonwood seed. I suppose sci. materials would have someone who could
answer this. And I suppose sci.bio.botany would have someone who could
answer what is Nature's best lightweight reflective material.

Ironic, for the cottonwood species never intended to make seeds that
would one day solve global warming. And I never liked cottonwood trees
up until this moment in time. I suppose if one lives long enough, one
can find something to like about nearly everything.

So the solving of Global Warming is turning out to be a very fine
exercise of finding the proper models. The two models of Pinatuba
volcano in telling us that 30 cubic kilometers of pollutants is what is
needed to provide a cool summer and to lower global warming. Then the
model of Cottonwood seed as the material to emit by commercial
airplanes in their apogee of flight.

So we can measure how many Cottonwood seeds in 30 cubic meters. How
many airplane flights to deliver 30 cubic meters. How much sunlight a
seed can reflect. How a seed moves around up there. Pretty much all
straightforward.

So can we mass produce something that is equivalent to a cottonwood
seed?


Mistake in typing there. That should read 30 cubic kilometers. Pinatuba
spewed 30 cubic kilometers into the upper atmosphere to cause 1992 to
be the coolest summer ever recorded in recent times.

So I need to match 30 cubic kilometers of cottonwood seed carried by
airplanes into the apogee of their flight.

Now I suppose cottonwood seed when bunched together may not untangle
when released from the cargo hull of airplanes at their apogee. So
maybe this needs some modification. Can we get the lightweight and
reflective qualities, but in addition the quality that these sequin
will easily separate from one another as they are emitted or released
from the airplane cargo hull? Do cotton fibers roll off one another or
do they bunch together? I need a Sequin that separates easily and
floats around for a long time and is very lightweight and highly
reflective.

Can we process wood into such a sequin and mass produce it.

We probably still have plenty of time to eliminate or ameliorate every
hurricane in this 2006 season by darkening the skies overhead of a
birthing hurricane and change the path of the hurricane so that it does
no major harm.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 6:24 pm    Post subject: Re: do we need heat to brew tea Re: potato pancake recipe Re: top 6 foods to grow Reply with quote

In article <1151689199.552288.5400@75g2000cwc.googlegroups.com>, a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:

Ron Jones wrote:


As someone who detests coffee and only drinks tea - IMHO you cannot get a
decent cup of tea unless the water is at 100C. Even using water at 90C, it
just doesn't taste the same. Certainly more tannins are dissolved with
boiling water.


Need a lab experiment with full numbers data accompanying. Need to know
what chemicals and in what quantity are in the tea when brewed at
different temperatures.


So put away your pots and pans and run the experiments.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 7:16 pm    Post subject: Re: Cottonwood seed as model for sequin Re: Paper & Aluminium Sequin easily solves Global Warming using Pinatuba as model Reply with quote

a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:

I found the perfect model for how much reflective material we need in
the upper atmosphere delivered by commercial and military aircraft, and
even the Space Station. It is Pinatuba volcano circa 1991 when it made
the coolest summer of 1992.

But what is the model for the reflective sequin. Here I look to nature
also. I see wafts of the silky hair seeds of Cottonwood trees from my
backyard as they cruise on the slighest of air currents. They are tufts
of silky filaments and the reason the tree is named cottonwood.
Cottonwood is in the Populus genus. So I wonder, is this the finest
reflective material with the lightest of weight? I did mention
dandelion seeds but they are more weight. So is the Cottonwood seed the
best model for what the Sequin is to be. And can we duplicate in some
industrial manufacturing process that makes something similar to this
cottonwood seed. I suppose sci. materials would have someone who could
answer this. And I suppose sci.bio.botany would have someone who could
answer what is Nature's best lightweight reflective material.

Ironic, for the cottonwood species never intended to make seeds that
would one day solve global warming. And I never liked cottonwood trees
up until this moment in time. I suppose if one lives long enough, one
can find something to like about nearly everything.

So the solving of Global Warming is turning out to be a very fine
exercise of finding the proper models. The two models of Pinatuba
volcano in telling us that 30 cubic kilometers of pollutants is what is
needed to provide a cool summer and to lower global warming. Then the
model of Cottonwood seed as the material to emit by commercial
airplanes in their apogee of flight.

So we can measure how many Cottonwood seeds in 30 cubic meters. How
many airplane flights to deliver 30 cubic meters. How much sunlight a
seed can reflect. How a seed moves around up there. Pretty much all
straightforward.

So can we mass produce something that is equivalent to a cottonwood
seed?



Mistake in typing there. That should read 30 cubic kilometers. Pinatuba
spewed 30 cubic kilometers into the upper atmosphere to cause 1992 to
be the coolest summer ever recorded in recent times.

So I need to match 30 cubic kilometers of cottonwood seed carried by
airplanes into the apogee of their flight.

Now I suppose cottonwood seed when bunched together may not untangle
when released from the cargo hull of airplanes at their apogee. So
maybe this needs some modification. Can we get the lightweight and
reflective qualities, but in addition the quality that these sequin
will easily separate from one another as they are emitted or released
from the airplane cargo hull? Do cotton fibers roll off one another or
do they bunch together? I need a Sequin that separates easily and
floats around for a long time and is very lightweight and highly
reflective.

Can we process wood into such a sequin and mass produce it.

We probably still have plenty of time to eliminate or ameliorate every
hurricane in this 2006 season by darkening the skies overhead of a
birthing hurricane and change the path of the hurricane so that it does
no major harm.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

Oh, maybe you could compress the cottonwood seed for shipment on the

airplane, but then process it through some sort of fan (like blown
insulation) so that it separates as it is distributed into the
atmosphere. Yes, that would solve the problem. And then we would solve
the CO2 problem too by planting cottonwood trees all over the world!
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Prosecute EXXON Stockhold
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 8:11 pm    Post subject: I made a model of Pinatuba out of Cottonwood seeds, but it's still HOT! The idea sucks. Reply with quote

I made a model of Pinatuba out of Cottonwood seeds, but it's still HOT!
The idea sucks.

a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:
Quote:
I found the perfect model for how much reflective material we need in
the upper atmosphere delivered by commercial and military aircraft, and
even the Space Station. It is Pinatuba volcano circa 1991 when it made
the coolest summer of 1992.

How about we PROSECUTE EXXON STOCKHOLDERS? It's cheaper and faster and
has less unforeseen environmental effects. Watch how fast the blue
solar panels and Hydrogen filling stations sprout up!
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 10:33 pm    Post subject: Re: Cottonwood seed as model for sequin Re: Paper & Aluminium Sequin easily solves Global Warming using Pinatuba as model Reply with quote

On 29 Jun 2006 23:03:32 -0700, a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:

Quote:

I found the perfect model for how much reflective material we need in
the upper atmosphere delivered by commercial and military aircraft, and
even the Space Station. It is Pinatuba volcano circa 1991 when it made
the coolest summer of 1992.

But what is the model for the reflective sequin. Here I look to nature
also. I see wafts of the silky hair seeds of Cottonwood trees from my
backyard as they cruise on the slighest of air currents. They are tufts
of silky filaments and the reason the tree is named cottonwood.
Cottonwood is in the Populus genus. So I wonder, is this the finest
reflective material with the lightest of weight? I did mention
dandelion seeds but they are more weight. So is the Cottonwood seed the
best model for what the Sequin is to be. And can we duplicate in some
industrial manufacturing process that makes something similar to this
cottonwood seed. I suppose sci. materials would have someone who could
answer this. And I suppose sci.bio.botany would have someone who could
answer what is Nature's best lightweight reflective material.

[snip]

So, plant some cottonwood trees up on cloud 9 and let them take

care of the problem.
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Prosecute EXXON Stockhold
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:02 am    Post subject: I made a model of Pinatuba out of Cottonwood seeds, but it's still HOT! The idea sucks. Reply with quote

I made a model of Pinatuba out of Cottonwood seeds, but it's still HOT!
The idea sucks.

Gordon wrote:
Quote:
On 29 Jun 2006 23:03:32 -0700, a_plutonium@hotmail.com wrote:

[snip]

So, plant some cottonwood trees up on cloud 9 and let them take
care of the problem.
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Shigehiko Hattori
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 5:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Pittcon Editors' Awards 2006 Reply with quote

George, are you talking to yourself AGAIN?


I'm having a hard time keeping my ASMS mouth shut and making up
patently
false stories about Mark Kukucka. It reminded me what someone else has
already noted about me:

david.bostw...@chemistry.gatech.edu (David Bostwick) posted with
deletions:

Quote:
I'll say one thing for you, Vulis, you can hate longer than anyone
else I know.

Also not true. Dr Vulis hates no one; he just sometimes hates what
they do, and Bostwick's patently, provably a*****le behavior is hateful
by any standard of the civilized world.

Quote:
Just to set the record straight (you really should find a new
ource of gossip), I never went after a Ph.D. Letters after a name
have never impressed me, nor does the *title* "Dr." in front of the
*names* of so many obvious idiots. Perseverance is often the only
reason some people get their doctorates.

Dead wrong again. Getting a PhD is a result of very hard work. Those
who don't make it, as David Bostwick, don't make it for a very good
reason: they don't deserve it, and hence are not scholar material.
Nothing Bostwick has ever posted to use net indicates one shred of
scholarship is in his gene (cess) pool. Bostwick is a proven academic
loser, who carries around his hate and jealousy for those who have
worked hard to obtain their degrees by merit. Bostwick's school
affiliation says it all: couldn't get a job in the real world so work
for a school as a lackey, read as, GA TECH, "in loco parentis".

Quote:
Oh, BTW, get a new insult. You've thrown these around so much,
they aren't even shocking any more. And you forgot to spit on me.

............................^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I'm sure Dr Vulis genuinely forgot to spit at you, so allow me to do
it for him: I spit on David Bostwick who is in hell for writing his
rubbish and wasting everyone's time with it.


Your good buddy,

George


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http://shimadzu-sux.iscool.net
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Shigehiko Hattori
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 5:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Pittcon Editors' Awards 2006 Reply with quote

George (I mean David Bostwick), are you talking to yourself AGAIN?

George Orwell wrote:
Quote:
I'm having a hard time keeping my ASMS mouth shut and making up patently
false stories about Mark Kukucka. It reminded me what someone else has
already noted about me:

david.bostw...@chemistry.gatech.edu (David Bostwick) posted with
deletions:

I'll say one thing for you, Vulis, you can hate longer than anyone
else I know.

Also not true. Dr Vulis hates no one; he just sometimes hates what
they do, and Bostwick's patently, provably a*****le behavior is hateful
by any standard of the civilized world.

Just to set the record straight (you really should find a new
ource of gossip), I never went after a Ph.D. Letters after a name
have never impressed me, nor does the *title* "Dr." in front of the
*names* of so many obvious idiots. Perseverance is often the only
reason some people get their doctorates.

Dead wrong again. Getting a PhD is a result of very hard work. Those
who don't make it, as David Bostwick, don't make it for a very good
reason: they don't deserve it, and hence are not scholar material.
Nothing Bostwick has ever posted to use net indicates one shred of
scholarship is in his gene (cess) pool. Bostwick is a proven academic
loser, who carries around his hate and jealousy for those who have
worked hard to obtain their degrees by merit. Bostwick's school
affiliation says it all: couldn't get a job in the real world so work
for a school as a lackey, read as, GA TECH, "in loco parentis".

Oh, BTW, get a new insult. You've thrown these around so much,
they aren't even shocking any more. And you forgot to spit on me.

............................^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I'm sure Dr Vulis genuinely forgot to spit at you, so allow me to do
it for him: I spit on David Bostwick who is in hell for writing his
rubbish and wasting everyone's time with it.


Your good buddy,

George


http://www.geocities.com/shitmadzu
http://shimadzu-sux.iscool.net
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 5:24 pm    Post subject: Re: Pittcon Editors' Awards 2006 Reply with quote

George (I mean David Bostwick), are you talking to yourself AGAIN?


George Orwell wrote:
Quote:
What others have written about me (the bottom dweller):
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=david%20bostwick&hl=en&lr=&sa=N&tab=wg

Nice..... real nice!

David E. Bostwick, Research Technologist IV
works for Dr. Cam Sullards, Mass Spec Lab
and moderates sci.techniques.mass-spec

Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility
School of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Georgia Institute of Technology
Petit Instituite for Bioengineering & Bioscience, Room 0501
315 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0363

404-385-4250, 404-385-4250 (office)
404-894-4061 (fax)
david.bostw...@chemistry.gatech.edu
david (dot) bostwick (at) chemistry (dot) gatech (dot) edu


Your good buddy,

George


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 5:47 pm    Post subject: Re: What I hate and what I want Reply with quote

On Sat, 01 Jul 06 09:15:55 GMT, jmfbahciv@aol.com
wrote:

Quote:
The other people who live on this world are not here to
please your whimsies.

What if someone opts to _do_ just what you want. Nobody
ever pleased your whimsy?

--

"biyA ey sheykho az khomkhAneye mA
sharAbi khor ke dar kowsar nabAshad

beshuy owrAgh agar hamdarse mAyi
ke elme eshgh dar daftar nabAshad"

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 6:02 am    Post subject: Re: Cottonwood seed as model for sequin Re: Paper & Aluminium Sequin easily solves Global Warming using Pinatuba as model Reply with quote

David E. White wrote:

Quote:

Oh, maybe you could compress the cottonwood seed for shipment on the
airplane, but then process it through some sort of fan (like blown
insulation) so that it separates as it is distributed into the
atmosphere. Yes, that would solve the problem. And then we would solve
the CO2 problem too by planting cottonwood trees all over the world!

The stuff matts together.

Maybe just plain old cotton crushed into small tiny fibers. Perhaps
wood pulp such as toilet paper only cut into small fibers that would
float for a long time.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 5:23 am    Post subject: Re: Aluminum Sequin to match the cool summer of 1992; Pinatuba Re: The World's 4 top priority problems as of 2006 and what to do about them Reply with quote

Global warming is not a problem that needs fixing it will correct itsself..
As you stated it is caused by overpopulation when the earth warms up enough
the population will decrease, then global warming wont be a problem.

<a_plutonium@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1151306123.782460.248440@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
(snipped)
(#4) Global Warming. This is a major problem but not as pressing as the
above 3. And its solution is much easier than the above 3. It can be
solved in a matter of one year time. Whereas the above 3 have no
assured solution. Many people have spoken of this problem and Al Gore
probably the most eloquent. And it is a shame that Al Gore was not
elected in 2000 instead of the anti-science current occupant of the
White House.

Solution: the solution is quite simple and easy. We already have the
solution going on now. In the form of volcanic action in year 2006. We
are experiencing a very cool summer compared to last year due to the
ash and reflectants in the atmosphere. Cars and engines also emit ash
and soot and dirt into the air that reflects sunlight and creates
Global Cooling. So I propose to inject Aluminum Sequin into the Upper
Atmosphere via the routes of high altitude commercial aircraft and of
the Space Shuttle and Space Station. In one year time, we can inject
enough Aluminum Sequin as to make Global Warming into Global Cooling.
Problem: the only real problem I can see in this is the affect on green
plants. We already notice that plants in Europe and USA receive 10%
less sunlight due to the dirt and soot and ash in the air. But this
problem is connected to human overpopulation and we must strike a
balance. This planet can only accomodate a certain given human
population so that we can still have large animals, can still have a
decent living standard for everyone and can have a "decent world
climate". If human population is too large, then it affects what the
overall climate of Earth can be and it cannot be good.

So all the problems mentioned are related, some more than others. But
they must be tackled in some order of priority.

The summer of 1992 was the coolest I have experienced. Maybe it was
different in the southern hemisphere.

--- quoting from
http://www.bucks.edu/~serfesm/newclsnts1.html ---
LARGE ERUPTIONS EXPEL FINE GRAINED DEBRIS AND DUST INTO THE
STRATOSPHERE WHERE IT SPREADS AROUND THE GLOBE AND CAN REMAIN FOR
MONTHS OR POSSIBLY YEARS. THE SUSPENDED MATERIAL, PARTICULARLY DROPLETS
OF SULFURIC ACID FILTER OUT SOME OF THE SOLAR RADIATION. EXAMPLES
INCLUDE:
--- end quoting from http://www.bucks.edu/~serfesm/newclsnts1.html ---

--- quoting from http://climate.umn.edu/doc/journal/cool0408.htm ---
How will the summer of 2004 shape up? Given the current National
Weather Service forecast for the next week and assuming the rest of the
month is normal, 2004 would barely finish in the top 20 coldest summers
for the Twin Cities. 1992 and 1993 both would beat 2004 for coolness.
In fact 1992 has the #2 spot for all time coolest summers in the Twin
Cities and 1993 is in 17th place.
--- end quoting from http://climate.umn.edu/doc/journal/cool0408.htm
---

It is estimated that the volume of ash of Mt. Pinatuba in the
Philippines of volcanic eruption in June of 1991 is about 30 cubic
kilometers.

How many airplane flights during a year worldwide? What is the cargo
capacity for Aluminum Sequin per plane? Can the world's airplanes cargo
haul 30 cubic kilometers per year.

What is the amount of superior reflectivity of Aluminum Sequin rather
than ash and dust? So that we need not put 30 cubic kilometers but
perhaps only 1 cubic kilometer.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 5:40 am    Post subject: Re: Cottonwood seed as model for sequin Re: Paper & Aluminium Sequin easily solves Global Reply with quote

a_plutonium@hotmail.com writes:
Quote:
But what is the model for the reflective sequin. Here I look to nature
also. I see wafts of the silky hair seeds of Cottonwood trees from my
backyard as they cruise on the slighest of air currents. They are tufts
of silky filaments and the reason the tree is named cottonwood.
Cottonwood is in the Populus genus. So I wonder, is this the finest
reflective material with the lightest of weight? I did mention
dandelion seeds but they are more weight.

I don't know the cottonwood, it's not native where I live. But I do see
the scotch thistle producing a lot of very lightweight fluffy fibre to
catch the wind and disperse its seeds. Before it is ready for release
it's packed very densely in capsules. Spider's web would be a light-
weight fibre. But I expect you'll be needing something that is resistant
to degradation under high ozone, extremely high UV conditions.
--
John Savage (my news address is not valid for email)
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 5:59 am    Post subject: Re: Is evolution irrelevant nonsense too ? Reply with quote

"habshi" <hi@anony> wrote in message news:44a84c81.6806617@news.clara.net...
| If a woman falsely accuses us of fathering her child , we will
| use DNA testing to prove it false.
| Why then do the religious refuse DNA evidence that we are the
| closest relatives of chimps?


Because they are fucking shitheads.


| In fact there was a lot of breeding
| between the two until a few million years ago , and maybe possible
| even today.

If you want to f*** a chimp, go ahead. I'm not interested.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 10:03 am    Post subject: sulfuric acid of Pinatuba Re: Cottonwood seed as model for sequin Re: Paper & Aluminium Sequin easily solves Global Reply with quote

John Savage wrote:
Quote:

I don't know the cottonwood, it's not native where I live. But I do see
the scotch thistle producing a lot of very lightweight fluffy fibre to
catch the wind and disperse its seeds. Before it is ready for release
it's packed very densely in capsules. Spider's web would be a light-
weight fibre. But I expect you'll be needing something that is resistant
to degradation under high ozone, extremely high UV conditions.
--
John Savage (my news address is not valid for email)

Yes the Cottonwood seeds comes in pods before they open and release the
seeds.

Perhaps if thistle seeds become the very best reflectant, I suppose we
can grow them
in fields as a agriculture crop and the beauty of thistles is that you
never really have to plant them. Although your neighbors trying to grow
corn or beans may view your fields with disdain.

I suppose Pinatuba was a rather rare and unique volcano eruption in
that it emitted mostly sulfuric acid into the atmosphere and sulfuric
acid is a good reflectant of Sun rays. So that most other volcanoes do
not have this high amount of sulfuric acid release.

As to whether cottonwood seed or thistle seed or some grinded wood pulp
is as good or better than sulfuric acid as a reflector, I do not know.
Paper and seeds are certainly much safer than sulfuric acid in the air.

We need the material scientists and chemists to answer what is the best
reflectant that can be delivered by airplanes to solve global warming.

It probably is a material that ends up surprizing us all.

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