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how does a match affect the workings of a molecular charged planet?

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http://www.evergreenaviation.com/EHI/specsheets/bell205.html http://ams.allenpress.com/perlserv/?request=get-abstract&doi=10.1175%2F1520-0477(1970)051%3C1121:VOREWS%3E2.0.CO%3B2 http://www.allthingsarctic.com/weather/index.aspx http://www.quarkexpeditions.com/arctic/enviro.shtml Some coastal areas endure almost constant strong winds, whereas other areas may be quite calm much of the time and then suddenly experience hurricane force winds as air rushes down through glacial valleys. ...read more.


This is reputed to be the windiest place on earth, because the average wind speed during that period was 72 kilometres per hour (45 miles per hour), and gusts of more than 240 kph (150 mph) ...read more.


They create dramatically low effective temperatures, due to the wind-chill factor. Also strong gale-force winds are quite common, especially in the region between 40�-60�S. These cyclonic storms are caused by extremely cold air coming from Antarctica meeting the relatively warm and moist air over more northerly seas. This accounts for the fearsome reputation of the Drake Passage. The storms tend to circle Antarctica from west to east. ...read more.

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