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By: OrangeRoses , 5:27 PM GMT on April 10, 2012

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Moon Waxing Crescent 24% Rise + 10.21am Thu 4.26.12 Set - 12.44am 


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Updated Thursday 4.26

Hello once again to those seldom few readers here.

My forecast  today is rather late, it seems; at 10:55am we have 40% of the solar rads than the same time yesterday .  Cloud cover is extensive at 2300 feet, totally overcast. Daytime temperature will rise to 88° today since T current is 77. That is not much of an increase although it would seem very warm for the end of April. When the clouds burn off in a few hours get your sunblock on. It is insufferably uncomfortable right now, even though RH is only 60%. The link below will allow you to see the realtime Satellite Cloud coverage. 

As I noticed the time passed by and no clearing sky I looked at the Wundermap, GOES West, and GOES East satellites and noticed a large band of clouds all connected 1500 miles long stretching from Santa Rosalía, Mexico (Baja Mexico region) all the way across the country to these parts. It will not clear up unless it is a short localized clearing.


Wundermap Satellite SE Oklahoma





Source constantly updated mesonet.org






Butterfly on Fruit Tree Bejing

Now on to the weather?



Currently


At Noon the temperature is 75° Approximately 250 km or 155 miles west of here the clouds end. That is near Wilson, Oklahoma. I think it may be a soccer ball. Although the surface winds in nearby Ardmore and here are only 6 mph from the South-Southeast, the upper level Jet Stream winds are 85 mph moving NW - SE which should push the clouds down and east quickly. Did not happen.

Now 3.15pm: 79° Mostly Cloudy Overcast 

. I will take a guess the sunshine will appear at 2:30pm. So that is when you should have your doors & windows closed, go back inside and turn your air conditioning on. If you don't have any then why are you living around here??

Take a look at the western sky tonight if you missed it last night to see the setting crescent moon.


Hope to see you tomorrow, those who venture here.

Bonsoir prends-moi, je suis a toi. . . au revoir à toi


I'll pretend one wall is the past and one is the future
And I just stand here like the present looking for a good place to run





Notice the Observer arrow points to a Now Moment
The timespace or spacetime pauses
Where a moment is eternity because everthing is now





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Carcinogens, Smog, Carbon Monoxide, and Fine Particle Air Pollution (EPA.GOV)

This section is self-explanatory. One of the reasons this emplacement is here is because most people have no idea how unhealthy the Air is. A slow, careful reading should make us more appreciative of electric vehicles and start
outlawing
passenger trucks!

EPA Light-Duty Truck -- Tier 0, Tier 1, and Clean Fuel Vehicle Exhaust Emission Standards

NMOG, NMHC, or THC—types of carbon-containing compounds, including hydrocarbons
NOx—Oxides of Nitrogen, which combine with hydrocarbons to create smog
PM—Particulate Matter, tiny particles of solid matter that lodge in the lungs and deposit on buildings
CO—Carbon Monoxide, a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas
HCHO—Formaldehyde, a lung irritant and carcinogen


These particles come in many sizes and shapes and can be made up of hundreds of different chemicals. Some particles, known as primary particles are emitted directly from a source, such as construction sites, unpaved roads, fields, smokestacks or fires. Others form in complicated reactions in the atmosphere of chemicals such as sulfur dioxides and nitrogen oxides that are emitted from power plants, industries and automobiles. These particles, known as secondary particles, make up most of the fine particle pollution in the country.


• Fine particles are easily inhaled deep into the lungs where they may accumulate, react, be cleared or absorbed.


Fast Facts Particle Pollution (link)

Scientific studies have linked particle pollution, especially fine particles, with a series of significant health problems:

  Increased respiratory symptoms, such as irritation of the airways, coughing, or difficulty breathing
for example:

  decreased lung function;
•  aggravated asthma;
  development of chronic bronchitis;
•  irregular heartbeat;
  nonfatal heart attacks 
  premature death in people with heart or lung disease.


Particle pollution can cause


  coughing, wheezing, and decreased lung function even in otherwise healthy children and adults.



SHRUTIS: The Revealing Science of God can be seen as an ever-opening flower 
in which
simple truths emerge examining the complexities and magic of the past and how we should not forget the song that has been left to us to hear. The knowledge of God is a search, constant and  clear.

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5. YelloworangeRose
1:44 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
It was 36 C today. Going to go sleep. ttyl
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4. OrangeRoses
5:03 PM GMT on April 25, 2012
In 2011 a long extended drought was here. It was even more severe south of here in Texas. Not only did the grass whither and die here, it was worse in Beef Cattle Country Texas. Animals were dieing of thirst because the ranch owners could not find water to have trucked in. So they let the cows die and sold their skinny carcasses to the meat packaging industry at a very low price. Here, the grass was brown until 2012 when it rained. That tall plant is a Cawtaba Tree. Large photo of the flower. Our water comes from wells outside of towns and in municipalities it comes from the Broken Bow reservoir(a huge man-made lake). I monitored the water levels on this blog last year many times. The tall trees had less leaves and many turned brown.
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3. YelloworangeRose
2:07 PM GMT on April 25, 2012
yes I thought it was that one. I am glad it is still alive and makes you happy. happiness for simple people like us.. to smell the flowers and watch their beauties.. to watch the tress and the plants.
Today, it was 36 C yet there was hale in some other parts of our country and other parts was flooding. Office room was so cold with 3 room air- conditioners all working. When i went to the admins office i had to go downstairs and there i felt the heat and i pitied the plants. I could see how they are suffering Then I remembered the news reports giving tips on how not to get heat stroke...then i asked my self if plants and trees too suffer heat stroke??? I guess they do because some of their branches and leaves wither and die what do you think?
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2. OrangeRoses
12:22 PM GMT on April 20, 2012
Quoting YelloworangeRose:
The flowers are very pretty. I have seen similar flower here but they are smaller and also the leaves are smaller too. they come in different colors white pink and red. I have tried many times to plant some but not successful.



How nice to hear from you YellowOrangeRose. That plant has a wooden stalk 3.5 meters high and growing all the time! It is so high I cannot see the flowers when I stand next to it. You may remember, a few years ago it suddenly appeared. It was such a nice suprise to look out my window and right in the middle were those flowers. I was exclaining, "OMG! OMG! I have never seen anything so beautiful. Thank you.", and I was answered.

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1. YelloworangeRose
10:57 AM GMT on April 20, 2012
The flowers are very pretty. I have seen similar flower here but they are smaller and also the leaves are smaller too. they come in different colors white pink and red. I have tried many times to plant some but not successful. it has been very very hot here in our place especially during 1 to 2 pm. the other day I went out of the office to do some canvassing of biometric time recorder for and i felt the heat. I rarely go out but the canvasser asked me to accompany and help because he does not know the specification. tomorrow is going to be another very hot day as what the pag-asa announced.
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