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Re: OT - Climate Changes

well when ya busk on a bicycle...winter-times a time of dreamy soundscapes at home,snug as a bug...nicely toasted n roasted...exploring the infinite...
till cabin fever sets in...
all work and no play makes dan a dull boy
all work and no play makes dan a dull boy
all work (insane psychobabble)  a dull boy

Tony K <bigtony@softhome.net> wrote:
> Maybe this can lead to a discussion of how weather effects our creativity.

I find that I like to 'get creative' and play when it's sort of dreary -
rainy, snowy, dark. But not so much when it's bright and sunny. Might be
because I like to play dark and dreary things. ;) If it's sunny I want to
be outside doing something fun, like fishing or walking or anything but be
in my studio.

I was watching some programs about last years tsunami and apparently the
earthquake also caused the earth to wobble and spin faster. Not much, a few
thousanths of a second, but it changed. Gotta wonder what that kind of
major event does to weather, currents, etc.


----- Original Message -----
From: "loop.pool"
To: "LOOPERS DELIGHT (posting)"
Sent: Wednesday, December 28, 2005 4:03 AM
Subject: OT: Climate Changes

> This is so off topic as to defy rational justification
> except that it affects many of the live loopers
> in Western Europe and the British Isles:
> I was talking with Luis Angulo (who is here visiting his family
> in San Diego from Northern Europe) and he told me that
> they had 3 solid weeks without seeing the sunshine in Radolfzell
> (by the Boden Zee). I had also heard from Andy Butler mentioning
> that England was having a particularly severe winter this year.
> Anyway, my wife found this fascinating flash demonstration of
> why global warming is having the effect of much colder winters
> for Western Europe and the British Isles.
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/flash/gulf_stream_climate.swf
> The Gulf Stream coming up from the equator actually raises the
> air temperature of those regions by an astonishing 18 degrees Farhenheit
> and 10 degrees Celsius.
> Researchers have discovered that the circulation of the currents have
> slowed
> a dismaying 30% over the last 12 years due to global warming trends.
> Maybe this can lead to a discussion of how weather effects our creativity.
> I've often wondered if Per Boysen, as an example, is more or less
> creative/prolific
> when there is very little sun in the winter or when there is a lot of sun
> in the summer.
> I know I write much, much more in the winter than in the summer.

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