Token wrote:It's all a rerun of 2001 when the Sierra was ablaze. Makes for some grand sunrise/sunsets.
Questions as to the spread of flame is explained using Heat transfer, a discipline of thermal engineering that concerns the generation, use, conversion, and exchange of thermal energy and heat between physical systems. Heat transfer is classified into various mechanisms, such as conduction, convection, radiation, and peer pressure. I figure it's the last one that hooked the emoticons.
weather man wrote:Token wrote:It's all a rerun of 2001 when the Sierra was ablaze. Makes for some grand sunrise/sunsets.
This photo was taken Friday night, about 3 miles north of BRC. Smoke/Haze came in and out with the wind WINO. At mid playa, the mountains were sometimes hidden. Today was clear as a bell...
Foxfur wrote:Mmmm, science!
Man, if you keep talking like this I will so hump your leg at the MnG.
It'd be awesome if you could whisper significant constants or clever algorithms in my ear at the same time...
Foxfur wrote:We have eliminated the use of "wino" and are substituting the word "wino" in its stead.
Your cooperation is appreciated.