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   Undertoad  Friday Mar 29 09:55 AM

3/29: Dust storm from 3/24 on satellite



You can see why the Koreans are complaining, but now the Japanese are also complaining.

One interesting thought, well to me anyway: this same process should explain how plants migrate. Sure, seeds have to get across land; bird migrations could help that. But once the seed gets there, can it be pollenated once it grows a plant? Yes, if you have the right prevailing winds, it could even be pollenated across a huge distance.



dave  Friday Mar 29 10:06 AM

Crikey! That's a lot of dust.

Now... if the air were humid, say like... raining... could this thing get brought down? 100% humidity... would it get through that?



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