220.127.116.11 | Message modified by user NikosPenaranda November 27, 2010, 5:38 pm
@Jermaine: hi there!
That's a very interesting subject. Well, i think that it is possible since the transmission of mechanical energy from the tectonic plates into an ocean body is a well known fact. So, energy may be transmitted into the atmosphere as well. Both naman are fluids diba (water and air) but extremely different densities. Hmm... maybe we look into studies involving explosives. I guess people in that field find ways to efficiently transmit shockwaves propagating in the air to affect rigid objects (transmission of mechanical energy from fluid to rigid objects). Also, those that study "airbursts" due to exploding meteorites that never impact the ground but still cause tremendous damage (like what happened in the the Tunguska event). hmmm... i guess your study will be about the reverse of that and vice versa.
By the way, taga-Parañaque ako dati and I do remember the tornado and hail back then. Though I had a hunch of its approach, I was still a bit terrified but I enjoyed the falling ice.
Regarding inquisitive neighbors, they thought that my parents were punishing me by leaving me outside in the rain. They didn't know that I was enjoying myself and getting entertained by the weather. HAHAha...
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