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colliehauler

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Posted: 06/17/21 06:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

colliehauler wrote:

... stagnant when you have a difference between high pressure and a low pressure you get isobars that enables wind to equalize the pressure difference. In large cities like LA this leads to smog because the air is stagnant. All hot air does is rise which doesn't power a wind turbine.


See told yah, I'm no meteorologist and can't do isobars.

But for ignorance, I do know that LA's smog is not caused by isobars but my inversion when the air is trapped by the surrounding high mountain ranges.

And yes, LA (and CA for that matter) is global success story for pollution mitigation when states who are willing to poison their people by enticing them to move with no-regulation and big business friendly tax cuts.

Yup, everybody happy except those poor souls.
It's the pressure gradient difference that creates wind, isobars are just a indication of the wind on a map.

I imagine those poor souls are quite happy with their choice. Texas gained 322,000 of these tax paying soul's last year.

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time2roll wrote:

lbrjet wrote:

Texas already has more wind power than any other state. Number 2 in solar.
Good time to install the cold weather pack on these for the next winter. No reason to watch them freeze up while Norway can operate year round.


Agreed.


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