Great job with this. Not much to say with all that info provided. Thanks.
Originally posted by Julie Washingtoni experienced a total eclipse in Melbourne, Australia, out in the bush years ago.what i noticed was a quite hush came over the place,even the birds stopped chirping,it was so quite, eerie and still,didn't notice any breeze or the like,when it started to get lighter all the birds started singing again.i think they thought the sun was coming up like in the morning.and everything was noisy again.
Great thread. Well put together. Star & Flag for you.
Curious, when I sit on my deck to watch the sun go down and a cloud passes overhead, it is always accompanied by a small breeze.
Thinking of that on a Solar Eclipse level, are we to assume that the eclipse brings a strong wide path breeze along with it?
Originally posted by PsykoOps
And all of sudden I start to hear the Heroes tune in my head. If anyone develops any super power be sure to let us know
So experiments that were shielded only from temperature changes but not pressure changes may have experienced an extra and unexpected driving force from local air movement perhaps responsible for these changes, whereas other experiments with better controls would not have experienced them. This is also consistent with the pendulum effect showing up most often in the early experiments, but having no unambiguous detections within the past 30 years when consciousness of the importance of controls was more widespread.