ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 8 -- Threshold Reached: 2015 Mar 171358 UTC

Discussion in 'Global Navigation Satellite Systems' started by Sam Wormley, Mar 17, 2015.

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    Sam Wormley Guest

    Space Weather Message Code: ALTK08

    See: http://edu-observatory.org/eo/aurora.html
     
    Sam Wormley, Mar 17, 2015
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    jimp Guest

    jimp, Mar 17, 2015
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    Sam Wormley Guest

    Sam Wormley, Mar 17, 2015
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    jimp Guest

    Again a day late and a dollar short, ass hat.

    What part of those of us that care about such things get updated in real
    time by a little appp in the corner of our browser that you fail to
    understand, ass hat?

    Look here ass hat and be up to the minute:

    http://www.n0hr.com/Propfire.htm

    If you can't understand numbers, you can get it grapically here, ass hat:

    http://www.hamqsl.com/solar.html
     
    jimp, Mar 17, 2015
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    Mike Collins Guest


    How do Sam's posts damage you. I use Aurorawatch for notifications but i'm
    not harmed by Sam's posts which may be useful to some people. Lighten up!
     
    Mike Collins, Mar 17, 2015
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    jimp Guest

    The idiot floods the physics group with his off-topic cut and pastes from
    public web sites without any comment or discussion and the cut and pastes
    usually have little to nothing to do with physics.

    You mean other than that?
     
    jimp, Mar 17, 2015
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    RedAcer Guest

    So why don't you stop replying to Sam and actually start some
    discussions on physics yourself?

    Sam makes physics posts far more than you do. You don't seem to know
    what physics is about.
     
    RedAcer, Mar 17, 2015
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    benj Guest

    Sorry, but clearly you can't tell the difference between actual physics
    dicussions and news and breathless journalist nonsense. I'd say renew
    you your subscription to popular science, but today Scientific American
    or Physics Today have the same worthless content. ANY of Wormley's cut
    and pastes qualify as nonsense. I'm tired of pointing out the idiocy and
    errors in this stuff. Nobody here seems to know the difference anyway.



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    RedAcer Guest

    You are clueless about physics. Did you see my reply to your equally
    clueless post. Here is is again. Be honest, have you checked out what
    spacetime foam refers to?
    Why don't you check things out. It only takes a few seconds to stop
    yourself being exposed as a complete fool.

    S. W. Hawking.
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0550321378903759

    "Abstract

    The Einstein Lagrangian allows large fluctuations of the metric and
    topology of spacetime on scales of order of the Planck length. This
    foam-like structure can be described by introducing a Λ term as a
    Lagrange multiplier for the 4-volume. The dominant contribution to the
    path integral seems to come from metrics which have about one unit of
    topology per Planck volume."
     
    RedAcer, Mar 18, 2015
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    Alan Browne Guest

    Time to yell up to mom for a bowl of cereal. Oops. You didn't take out
    the garbage like she asked yesterday. Maybe you better get your own
    supper this time.
     
    Alan Browne, Mar 18, 2015
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