Some storms in the China Seas.

I was trying to find archives of my stuff on predicting Vietnamese Tropical Storms.
Duh! …

Some silly fool has coded all my thread titles in order to make them impossible to review.
What a fool.

If I could get my hands on him!!!

Here is when to look:

20 Typhoon #20 23-30 SEP 115 937 4
21 Tropical Storm #21 24-27 SEP 35 996 –
22 Super Typhoon #22 26 SEP- 5 OCT 130 926 4
23 Subtropical Storm #23 9-15 OCT 30 1000 –
24 Subtropical Storm #24 7-10 NOV 25 1004 –
25 Subtropical Storm #25 3- 5 DEC 25 1004 –
26 Subtropical Storm #26 9-13 DEC 25 1004 –
27 Tropical Storm #27 11-19 DEC 50 985 –

The 10th November seems a good place to start. I recognise the thread I can't understand:

05th Opera Unite
05th Predicting Weather By The Moon
03rd British Television's Channel 4
03rd Knokia Knokia. Who's there?
03rd Spell beginning 2 December 2011.
03rd The cyclical nature of vortices
02nd Image
November 2011
30th Earthquake Series
29th Strad or various?
26th On the record.
25th 25th November 2011 Quite a spell.
25th I just pinched this from Unasia
25th I just pinched this from Unasia
23rd The problem with insurance
20th Quote of the weak
19th Pending
19th Have you ever wondered?
18th 18th November 2011
16th Mandriva 2011
16th Supercomputer superheater
16th USA vss Cuba round 3
14th The truth about Pornography
14th Welcome to Opera
13th Climatology
12th The Butterfly Effect
10th Và bây giờ, bởi nhu cầu phổ biến. And now, by popular demand…
10th The humble British Banger
08th 16 Points North
07th Give me back my Google
06th Earthquakes Room 101

17th Many moons ago
16th 16th to 23rd Jan 1st Qtr at 09:08
15th Large earthquake or largish double expected from Midnight 16th jan 2012
12th Image
12th One small problem
10th Which Browser?
09th Screwed Again
05th Matching spells
02nd Principal lunar semi-diurnal constituent …
December 2011
30th How the other half live
29th 24th December 2011. New Moon @ 18:06.
20th My thought precisely
19th How 'bout dat?
19th WeatherSage
18th 18th December 2011 2nd Qtr at: 00:48
17th The City in the Sea
16th My New Old computer
16th Ocean oscillations.
15th Say it isn't so
12th Google Android is a dirty dog.
12th Titius-Bode's law
11th An year in the life of a continent.
09th Wheels within wheels.
09th 10 December, 2011. Full Moon @ 14:38
08th Instant Messengers
08th Test. What is the purpose of life?
08th this is ridiculous
08th There's dell unto.
05th Chronology.
05th Opera Unite


5 thoughts on “Some storms in the China Seas.

  1.,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=3332dea6676c2bf&biw=1280&bih=858What an extremely interesting place:,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.,cf.osb&biw=1280&bih=858&q=MacQuarie+island&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0xa9091c1558b10b4b:0x79d9880c5beb78c0,Macquarie+Island&gl=uk&ei=Jom8T7iGLO_30QX98InkCA&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&ct=title&resnum=2&ved=0CEIQ8gEwAQCompare the east ands west coastlines

  2. Let's see if we can work out where:It's going ashore about 180 (The date line) Over the Ross Ice Shelf.So that is Kermadec, New Zealand and of course the Fijian Triangle.So it is anywhere from PNG to… what's the name of that place south of New Zealand?Something _________ Island…

  3. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer on sci.geo.earthquakes:

    On May 23, 7:04 am, Weatherlawyer <weatherlaw…> wrote:> On May 21, 8:58 am, Weatherlawyer <weatherlaw…> wrote:> > > On May 21, 8:50 am, Weatherlawyer <weatherlaw…> wrote:> > > > This should be anticyclonic for Britain with its consequent Japanese> > > quakes but the only one on today's model from the MetO is an> > > anticyclone over Scandinavia.> > > > The North Atlantic seems to develop a blocking Low with consequences> > > for tropical storms which (looking at the undecided nature of things> > > on the first charts) could mean Alberto and even Aletta have staying> > > power.> > > Decidedly odd behaviour in the Antarctic. Stand offish, I'd say. I> > have not seen anything like that there before. (Which isn't saying> > much.)> > ALBERTO N Atlantic 33.1 N 74.0 W 30 kts TD 36.8 N 69.0> W 30 kts TD> > BUD NE Pacific 12.9 N 105.9 W 35 kts TS 14.5 N 107.1 W> 45 kts TS> > SANVU NW Pacific 16.4 N 140.9 E 50 kts TS 19.3 N 139.4> E 65 kts 1> > So, things are spinning up a storm on:> > >> > It would be nice to see the spin offs in the form of charts of weather> fronts. They would be very revealing for seismologists.> > (Only not the present generation of seismologists of course.)OK, At the end of the chart run on today's Antarctica map from BOM the next super quake is coming from an infection of wet and wrm from the far side of Ausrtalia. (Its a good job the bloke who named the states in Australia had no imagination or I would never remember which side that is.)Running down Australia's east coast on Thursday from Sanvu's mirror in the Southern Hemisphere is a Wet. (Maybe a Wet of Wets.)By Friday, it will be facing a couple of Lows that have come a LOT further.And the signal that it is going to be a whopper?A large earthquake is signalled by the way it enters the near coastal confluence off Antarctica. It is inject straight in. Perpendicular, none of that messing around obliquity here thank me very much.

    The last bit, the one without the >> chevrons is what I wrote whilst waiting for the Met Office to get out of the lav.I knew I had forgotten something about the way large quakes operate in the southern ocean but I couldn't find out what it was.I say it on next Monday's chart. (28 May 2012.) Plain as day: for it yourself next time. Once seen, never forgotten.Beware:With great power comes great responsibility. You don't have to be civil but it does help.

  4. Oh and by the way:Just because I said it was showing up on the Monday chart, don't go thinking I meant it will BE on Monday.God is far more generous than that.You have to the end of the spell to get the message out.Start sending!Times of spells: one runs till the 28th. That's errrr…Monday. :doh: Like I said, get busy!

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